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DS5: COVID-19’s Impact on Foreclosure VolumesDS5: COVID-19’s Impact on Foreclosure Volumes

first_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Related Articles DS5 2020-06-11 Mike Albanese Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. June 11, 2020 1,712 Views Tagged with: DS5 Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Preparing for the Future of Foreclosure Litigation Next: FHFA Extends Forbearance Flexibilities  Print This Post DS5: COVID-19’s Impact on Foreclosure Volumes Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The latest installment of DS5: Inside the Industry features a conversation with Daren Blomquist, VP, Market Economics, Auction.com.Blomquist discussed how foreclosure volumes may be impacted by forbearance plans and if COVID-19 could lead to a rise in abandoned properties. Blomquist said the proactive forbearance in response to the pandemic has given homeowners a chance to “get back on their feet” without being blindsided by foreclosure. However, he added that foreclosure volumes are expected to increase due to differed foreclosure activity and new crisis-driven activity that is occurring.You can watch the full episode at the embed below or at the following link.  Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days agocenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago About Author: Mike Albanese Share Save Sign up for DS News Daily in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Media, News, Webcasts Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / DS5: COVID-19’s Impact on Foreclosure Volumes The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Subscribelast_img read more

Twiddle Brings Jam-Packed Lineup To Beautiful Burlington With Tumble DownTwiddle Brings Jam-Packed Lineup To Beautiful Burlington With Tumble Down

first_imgFriday Lineup (Waterfront)Twiddle x2FruitionMidnight NorthHolly BowlingNavytrainThe MangrovesSaturday Lineup (Waterfront)Twiddlex2MadailaAqueousLucidStrange MachinesTeddy Midnight[cover photo courtesy of Greg Horowitz Photo] You know you’re doing something right when Phish’s Page McConnell shows up during your set and sits in on your biggest hit. Or when a senator — specifically Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders — writes you a thank you. Those two things, in and of themselves, huge accomplishments that the Vermont-based jam quartet Twiddle has under their belts. Add to that, last summer, Twiddle hosted their inaugural hometown festival, Tumble Down, in Burlington, Vermont. The group is coming back strong for the second-annual installment of the festival on July 28th and 29th at Waterfront Park. This year’s edition of Tumble Down boasts a burly lineup featuring two days of headlining sets from the hosts, along with Fruition, Midnight North, Holly Bowling, Madaila, Aqueous, Lucid, and more. With the natural surroundings of Lake Champlain steps away and the mountains in view, it doesn’t get much better than that this summer.Outside of Tumble Down’s daily lineup, there is plenty of late-night action to keep the dance party going. Friday night will feature sets from Everyone Orchestra at Higher Ground — Matt Butler will conduct a lineup of members of Twiddle, Fruition, and Midnight North, with special guest Holly Bowling — while both Gang of Thieves and Backup Planet will perform Nectars. Saturday night will see a special set from Mihali & Frends at Higher Ground, and Nectars will host lespecial with The Jauntee.As is custom, the charitable aspects of Tumble Down and Twiddle will be ever-present, as The White Light Foundation will be holding charity raffles throughout the weekend. If disc golf is your thing, sign up for the Wampahoofus Disc Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 29th (more details on that to come). There will also be Yoga with Taraleigh and a Phanart Exhibition at Club Metronome on Saturday, July 29th, from 11 am to 4 pm. In other words, there is a lot to do up in Burlington during Tumble Down. As Twiddle’s keyboardist Ryan Dempsey explained, “We wanted to do something big in Burlington because we consider it our home. The city has so much to offer in terms of music, awesome outdoor activities, and the nightlife downtown. We hoped that Tumble Down could reflect the dynamic nature of this amazing small city on Lake Champlain.”Two-day and single-day passes for Tumble Down are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For event updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page. Plus don’t forget to check out a recap of last year’s festivities to get a taste of what’s to come this July.Tickets for late-night shows:– Everyone Orchestra @ Higher Ground (purchase tix)– Gang of Thieves w/ Backup Planet @ Nectars (purchase tix)– Mihali & Frends @ Higher Ground (purchase tix)– lespecial w/ The Jauntee @ Nectars (purchase tix)last_img read more

Bayern Munich fight to keep hold of Champions League-winning squadBayern Munich fight to keep hold of Champions League-winning squad

first_imgBoth central midfielder Thiago Alcantara, 29, who has made it clear he wants a fresh challenge and has been linked to Liverpool, and center-back David Alaba, 28, have stalled over extension talks with a year left on their contracts.”I don’t know,” admitted head coach Hansi Flick when asked if Alcantara had played his last Bayern game.”He doesn’t know himself because all the concentration has been 100 percent on the Champions League final.”Flick expects to know more in the “next few days” while board member Oliver Kahn is “very, very” optimistic of keeping hold of Alaba, the only Bayern academy product in the first team. Topics : Bayern Munich are already fighting to stop their treble-winning squad breaking up in the wake of their Champions League triumph despite sweeping all before them in Europe this season.The German giants partied through the night in Lisbon after Kingsley Coman’s second-half header – Bayern’s 500th Champions League goal – sealed a 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain in Sunday’s hotly-contested final.”The best team in Europe wears red,” boasted Munich-based newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung on its Monday front page, yet Bayern are already in danger of losing some stars. World class Several of his players underlined their world-class status.The competition’s top-scorer Robert Lewandowski finished with 15 Champions League goals, two short of Cristiano Ronaldo’s record set in 2013/14.The Lisbon final was the only European match in which Lewandowski started but failed to score this season – not that he cared much.”Never stop dreaming. Never give up when you fail. Work hard to achieve your goal,” Lewandowski wrote on Twitter having lost the 2013 final – against Bayern – with ex-club Dortmund.Likewise, Bayern captain Manuel Neuer – voted the world’s best goalkeeper four years running up until 2016 – emphatically proved he is back to his best. “‘Manu’ made two very important saves,” said former legendary goalkeeper Oliver Kahn.”He isn’t often kept busy all game, but he’s always there in the key moments.”When you look at everything he has won – a World Cup, now two Champions Leagues – and the contributions he made to those wins, you can say that, yes,” Kahn replied when asked if Neuer is Germany’s best-ever goalkeeper.Canadian teen Alphonso Davies started 2019/20 as a back-up winger, but the 19-year-old – nicknamed ‘FC Bayern’s Roadrunner’ by team-mate Thomas Mueller due to his phenomenal pace – has excelled at left-back.”Who would ever have thought a guy from Canada would win the Champions League? Two years ago, if someone had told me this, I never would have believed it,” said Davies.At the end of a heavily disrupted season due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bayern now have just a handful of weeks to rest before launching their assault on a ninth-straight Bundesliga title on September 18 at home to Schalke.New reinforcements will stake their claims including ex-Manchester City starlet Leroy Sane, who will give options on the wing.Likewise, former Germany Under-21 goalkeeper Alexander Nuebel, signed on a free transfer from Schalke, has the unenviable task of trying to usurp Neuer between the posts.  Alaba, one of the first to console PSG’s weeping star Neymar after the final whistle, has been linked to Manchester City.One Bayern star has already left with Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho heading back to Barcelona after a year-long loan deal.”I will work to make sure that the things that haven’t happened so far will happen for me next season,” vowed Coutinho, now seeking to reboot his career in a Barcelona side rebuilding after the 8-2 thrashing by Bayern in the quarter-finals.Bayern became the first club to win all 11 matches in the course of their Champions League campaign, scoring 43 goals, a tally second only to Barcelona’s record haul of 45 in 1999/00.Under Flick, Bayern finished the season with a 21-game winning streak to sweep the treble of an eighth straight Bundesliga title, also lifting both the Champions League and German Cup trophies.In his first role in charge of a Bundesliga club, Flick is the only coach to win his opening eight Champions League games.last_img read more

Compost site burning begins this weekCompost site burning begins this week

first_imgSumner Newscow report — The Street Department will begin burning the Compost Site area today (January 11th) and will continue burning throughout this week.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

ACC coach rankings for 2020: Mack Brown, Scott Satterfield trending upACC coach rankings for 2020: Mack Brown, Scott Satterfield trending up

first_img— Wake Forest is tied for the second-best record in the ACC the past three seasons at 23-16. It’s a testament to the remarkable job Dave Clawson has done there, and a reason why he jumped up 14 spots in our overall rankings.  — Swinney, Brown and Satterfield were among the four ACC coaches who led their teams to bowl victories last season. The other? Pitt’s Pat Narduzzi. The Panthers are 15-12 the past two seasons, but that includes a 10-6 record in league play. Look for Pitt to be in the mix in the ACC Coastal race this season.  — Keep an eye on first-year Boston College coach Jeff Hafley. He learned from Ryan Day as an assistant at Ohio State last season, and he won’t be at the bottom of these rankings for long. The 41-year-old coach should bring more success to the program. You will be hard-pressed to find a ranking of ACC coaches that does not have Dabo Swinney at No. 1.  The Tigers have made five straight College Football Playoff appearances and are 38-2 in ACC play in that stretch. Swinney was ranked No. 2 in our annual 1-130 rankings.   Who’s the next-best coach in the ACC?  MORE 2020 COACH RANKINGS Big Ten | Pac 12 | Big 12That is a more open-ended question. Virginia’s Bronco Mendenhall took the Cavaliers to their first ACC championship game last season. Mack Brown led North Carolina to a 7-6 season and remains hot on the recruiting trail. Louisville’s Scott Satterfield has the Cardinals back on the upswing. Those are the coaches who took the next three spots, but what should the order be?  Here’s a deeper look at our ACC coach rankings (record at current school):  2020 ACC Coach Rankings   RANKCOACHSCHOOLWLPCTOVR1Dabo SwinneyClemson13031.80722Mack BrownNorth Carolina7652.538143Bronco MendenhallVirginia2527.481244Scott SatterfieldLouisville85.615285Dave ClawsonWake Forest3640.474316David CutcliffeDuke7279.477327Pat NarduzziPittsburgh3929.574408Justin FuenteVirginia Tech3320.623429Dave DoerenNorth Carolina State4742.5284310Mike NorvellFlorida State00.0004511Dino BabersSyracuse2326.4695512Manny DiazMiami, Fla.67.4625613Geoff CollinsGeorgia Tech39.2505714Jeff HafleyBoston College00.00059Quick reads   — First-year Florida State coach Mike Norvell is ranked 11 spots higher than Miami’s Manny Diaz in our overall rankings. Norvell had an excellent track record at Memphis, but it’s on him to pull up a program that is 18-20 the past three years. Diaz, meanwhile, went 6-7 in his first year with the Hurricanes.  last_img read more

MAGOGO: Despite challenges, Uganda’s football set to take offMAGOGO: Despite challenges, Uganda’s football set to take off

first_imgGrowing sponsorship, and here he hailed ECO Bank, and fans participation, where he hailed Onduparaka football club, were signs that the challenges the game faces can be turned around.“If it were an aircraft, we have delivered Uganda to the runway ready to take off. The commercial viability of FUFA today as obtained from the sporting results, marketing approach, governance structures, strategic planning and togetherness can now generate the resources required to undertake long term development that will sustain Ugandan football at the highest,” Magogo said. Magogo addresses the press. Cranes (training below) was one of the highlights of 2016. FUFA MEDIA PHOTOSThe Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has said continued peripheral resource allocation to the game by Ugandans remains one of its biggest challenges.“Sports will always be the last page, low quality and quantity. For example 0.06% of the national budget was allocated to all sports inclusive of salaries of government staff in 2014/5 National Budget,” FUFA President Moses Magogo said in his end of year statement.” The main Challenge has been our mindsets. The entire football family, the fans, public, the corporate world and the government has still not yet conceptualized the goldmine of a professional football industry considering the natural endowment that God has bestowed upon us as a nation,” he said, adding that, “This leads to peripheral resource allocation to football by us all.”Magogo said that without enough resources – the time, the HR and the finances, there will definitely be no one minding the old Sports Law and lack of policies that could enforce development of sports, decaying and insufficient sports infrastructure, and struggling national teams representing Uganda.“Also to note is that football does not exist in isolation. The challenges of society affect football too. The socio-economic challenges of corruption, drugs, economy, infrastructure, security, heath, etc will always affect the end product of football. Everything else as a challenge is purely operational and is simply a symptom of the above.”Magogo, in his briefing to the press at FUFA House Wednesday, outlined several measures to turn Uganda’s football fortunes around, saying improved marketing and development of human resources will be key.He said The Cranes historic qualification for the Nations Cup Finals, where they last participated in 1978, is an indication of changing fortunes.“I must state that if 2015 was a golden year for Ugandan Football, 2016 has been diamond,” Magogo said. FULL SPEECHFufa President End of Year 2016 Speech by The Independent Magazine on Scribd****[email protected] on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Play-off victory for Amy BouldenPlay-off victory for Amy Boulden

first_img8 Aug 2013 Play-off victory for Amy Boulden Welsh star Amy Boulden birdied the first hole of a sudden death play-off to win the English women’s open stroke play championship at Mannings Heath, Sussex.Her textbook three on the first extra hole ended the impressive challenge of Singapore-based Charlotte Thomas – and provided a fitting finale to a day of superb golf which kept a large crowd captivated.The two players had tied on three-under par after an exciting final round when the lead shifted to and fro between them. Dorset’s Hayley Davis looked set to join them – or overtake them – after chargi ng through the back nine, only to drop back with a double bogey on the last.“I knew it would take a birdie to win,” said Amy (Image © Leaderboard Photography) after she clinched her second stroke play title of the year, having already won the Welsh version. She also won the U23 and U21 trophies, while the U18 title went to Bethan Popel of Long Ashton, Gloucestershire.Amy, who was a member of the winning GB&I team at the 2012 Curtis Cup, came to this event straight from the Ricoh Women’s British Open and said: “I have been playing well for the last few weeks and I knew I was capable of winning. But Charlotte played great golf all day and she deserved to win as much as I did.”The two players had shared the lead at the halfway stage of the championship and began today’s final 36 holes tied on three-under par. After this morning’s third round Charlotte had got to four-under and held a slender one-shot lead.But Amy wiped that out with a birdie on the first hole of the final round and moved into the lead when Charlotte bogeyed the second. Before long, though, the balance was swinging to and fro as they traded birdies and an occasional bogey.Charlotte appeared to have the upper hand after the 12th, where Amy lost her tee shot and took a double bogey, handing a two-shot lead to her opponent. The margin stayed the same after the long 13th, which they both birdied, but on the  short 14th Charlotte’s tee shot bounced deep into trees and she had to return to the tee, en route to a double bogey of her own. The players were neck and neck once again.However, Charlotte came straight back with a birdie on the 15th to get back to four-under and regain her one shot lead. Meanwhile, Hayley Davis was playing stunning golf and after birdies on 13, 14 and 16 – where she holed out of a bunker – she was also four-under.But the difficult 18th lay ahead and played its part in shaping the outcome of the championship. Hayley double bogeyed the hole, while Charlotte had a bogey after just overshooting the putting surface with her approach. Amy, meanwhile, was just short in two but secured her par with an excellent up and down. Honours even and the pair set off down the first hole in a play-off.Both were within 10ft of the pin with their approach shots. Charlotte putted first and her ball slid past the hole. Amy took her chance, slotted the ball firmly in the cup – and the title was hers.Now she’ll have a week off before bidding for her third strokeplay title of the year – at the British stroke play championship at Prestwick. Meanwhile Charlotte will play in next week’s English mid-amateur championship at John O’Gaunt, while Hayley will have a break before returning to Baylor University, Texas, and US college golf.Leading final scoresPar 72 CSS 76 76 75 75285 Amy Boulden (Conwy) 72 69 72 72; Charlotte Thomas (Singapore) 71 70 71 73. Boulden won on the first play off hole.287 Hayley Davis (Ferndown) 71 74 72 70290 Lauren Taylor (Woburn) 70 72 74 74293 Rachael Goodall (Heswall) 74 72 73 74294 Meghan Maclaren (Wellingborough) 72 72 76 74297 Elizabeth Mallett (Sutton Coldfield ladies’) 78 73 75 71; Bethan Popel (Long Ashton) 79 73 72 73; Eilidh Brigg (Kilmacolm) 74 74 75 74last_img read more