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Condo Open as Gallery for Argenta Artwalk

Condo Open as Gallery for Argenta Artwalk

The ReStore and After event is just around the corner! To celebrate our upcoming event, we've decided to have a pre-party. This will be a fun opportunity to meet featured artist Tod Crites as well as sponsors, board members, and other people who help make this event a possibility!

This pre-party will be in conjunction with the Argenta Art Walk which takes place on the third Friday of this month, August 17, from 5 - 8 p and will be held at 442 Maple Street, City Grove Townhomes, Argenta Arts District, downtown North Little Rock. Stop by, say hello, enjoy a glass of vino and some fun artwork, then take a stroll down Main Street to see what all the Argenta Arts District has to offer. 

New Home Development in Argenta

New Home Development in Argenta

The New Argenta Fund announced this week a new residential development in the heart of the Argenta Arts District, downtown North Little Rock. Four single family homes with pre-approved site and floor plans are available now for pre-sale, $399,000 each, on four lots located between 408 and 438 Maple Street. The homes are designed by Ward Lile in association with Ruby Architects Inc. For more information contact Eric Wilkerson at 501.804.2633.

Tax Delinquent Land Sale Scheduled for Pulaski County

Tax Delinquent Land Sale Scheduled for Pulaski County

LITTLE ROCK, Ark – A public auction for the sale of tax delinquent land in Pulaski County will be held at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock on Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at 9:00 a.m., according to John Thurston, Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands.  Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.

The Commissioner of State Lands Office provides a Catalog of Tax Delinquent Lands, which contains the rules and regulations governing the sales.  The catalog also includes dates, times, location, and pertinent information regarding the parcels being offered.  It is available by calling 501-324-9422 or may be viewed on the Commissioner’s web site at www.cosl.org.

ARA: Housing market bounces back in Arkansas

ARA: Housing market bounces back in Arkansas

Arkansas REALTORS Association Reports Outstanding February
Arkansas Up/Even in Every Tracked Category

IRS offers incentive to first-time homebuyers in Arkansas

IRS offers incentive to first-time homebuyers in Arkansas

The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA) recently introduced a program that offers a Federal Tax Credit for First-Time-Homebuyers.  It is called the Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program.  The MCC Program is offered by the Internal Revenue Service to encourage borrowers to buy their first home. 

For borrowers that qualify, if offers them up to a $2,000 Federal tax credit for each year that the house they are buying is used as their principal residence.  To qualify borrowers must be first-time-homebuyers, except in targeted counties; must meet household income limits, which vary by county; and not exceed a purchase price of $225,000.  The MCC is not part of the home financing, but rather an incentive the IRS offers to get first-time-homebuyers to buy a home.

Foreclosure rates decrease in LR Metro area

Foreclosure rates decrease in LR Metro area

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A new housing report out Monday indicates foreclosure rates in the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway area are falling.

These figures – coming from CoreLogic – show foreclosure rates in November 2011 at nearly one and a quarter percent.

Down from this same time last year, that rate is also lower than the national foreclosure rate, which still sits at almost three and a half percent.

The report also says homeowners are having trouble keeping up with their house payments.

The local mortgage delinquency rate is over five and a quarter percent – more than it was at this time last year.

Foreclosure rates fall

Foreclosure rates fall

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- A new housing report out today indicates foreclosure rates in the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway area are falling. These figures – coming from CoreLogic – show foreclosure rates in October 2011 at nearly one and a quarter percent.

Down from this same time last year, the rate in the area is also lower than the national foreclosure rate.

That rate still sits at over three and a half percent.

The report also says homeowners are having trouble keeping up with their house payments.

The local mortgage delinquency rate is over five percent – more than it was at this time last year.