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first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Patrickswell women get to the heart of the matter Advertisement WhatsApp www.licp.ie – New website for city centre community partnership No vaccines in Limerick yet Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Twittercenter_img Previous articleSIPTU calls for receiver to be appointed to Andersen Ireland onlineNext articleFinal tough budget to close out the game Liam Togherhttp://www.limerickpost.ieLiam joined the Limerick Post in December 2012, having previously worked in other local media organisations. He holds an MA in Journalism from the University of Limerick and is particularly interested in sports writing. Print THE Nicholas Street Medieval Tidy Towns committee celebrated a landmark success in the national Tidy Towns competition recently, coming top in the country in the Urban or Rural Village category.The committee was formed in April of this year after locals grew weary of asking for help with the neglected condition of the area and it is made up of residents and business representatives of the Nicholas Street, Church Street and Castle Street area.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The group’s chairperson Michael Tracey said: “We felt we had to act for ourselves to try and get this area of its knees. We put in a lot of effort and we have the street looking well.“However, this is just the first step in what will be a very long strategic plan for the area. I want to congratulate all our committee and we look forward to further progress next year.”Dr James Ring of the Limerick Civic Trust, which is a member of the group, added: “We have a five year plan to gradually increase the catchment area to take in the entire medieval city to include the English and Irish towns.“This year coming we plan to include the Abbey area of King’s Island before moving over the bridge to take in Broad Street and John’s Street in the coming years.” NewsLocal NewsNational award for Nicholas Street Medieval QuarterBy Liam Togher – September 18, 2013 974 Linkedin 490 volunteers attend Tidy Towns webinar hosted by Limerick City and County Council Love for Limerick as stars line up for St. Patrick’s Day’s video TAGSfeaturedLimerick Civic TrustMedieval QuarterNicholas StreetTidy Towns last_img read more

first_img About Author: Seth Welborn  Print This Post Home / Daily Dose / Ask the Economist: First-Time Buyer Misconceptions and the Global Economy Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. July 25, 2019 1,989 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News, Print Features Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Mark Palim manages the team responsible for Fannie Mae’s macroeconomic and housing forecast and its survey unit. A frequent speaker at industry events and conferences, Palim’s insights have appeared in various media outlets. Before joining Fannie Mae, Palim worked as an economic consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers and for LECG. He began his career as a fixed-income manager. Palim recently spoke with DS News about the economic factors impacting the U.S. housing and mortgage markets and what we can expect this year.What are some misconceptions first-time buyers may have about the homebuying process?It’s a failure on our part as an overall industry to better educate people. It is an infrequent transaction, in that it is an opaque transaction and a high-value part of consumer’s balance sheet, so you have those competing tensions. However, first-time homebuyers face the same knowledge challenges in getting ready to own and knowing what it takes to qualify. How have student loans and other debts impacted home purchasing power for millennials and other first-time buyers?What we’ve seen in that data over the years is that there’s this substantial number of people who attain homeownership and have student debts, so what appears to be going on is that it delays your ability to transition. Some households start out with student loans but are able to make sufficient income to carry that debt. They then also use debt to buy cars and are more likely to have a lower down payment when it comes time to buy, but they do attain home ownership. The key thing here is, are you actually improving your market skills through the debt and education you take on?What can we expect throughout the rest of the year, from a macroeconomic perspective?If you step back on our forecast, last year we were at 3% growth, and we’re forecasting 2.3% for this year, and a slowdown in 2020 to 1.8%. The key things to be watching for on the macro side is what’s happening with business confidence and investment, and then on the consumer side, consumer confidence and consumer spending.That’s something we are always watching for, but in this case, you have mixed policies, a dynamic affecting the economy. On the one hand, you have the Fed, which has paused its rate hikes, and we’re waiting to see what the lagged effects are for the interest rate increases that have already occurred. The most notable example of that would be car sales, which have been flat and are now going sideways. That’s an interest-rate-sensitive component of consumer spending. You’ve seen some deterioration in credit performance, so we’ll be watching closely to see what happens there.We’re also watching the housing sector closely, where the rise in mortgage rates has had a big impact last year on affordability. You’ve now had a substantial decline in mortgage rates, and we’re hopeful that will help continue to spur a recovery in the housing market during this spring and into the summer, given how weak it was over the winter. We also have some policy tension going on. On the one hand, you’ve got the Fed pausing; on the other hand, you have all the concerns around trade negotiations, growth outside the U.S., and what impact trade policy is having on growth around the world. What’s going on with various crises in Europe, what’s going on with growth in Asia, and are central banks around the world able to respond—by and large, they are not, because they already have negative interest rates. The global policy perspective is, along with the trade issue, a down-side risks for the outlook.How will the global economy impact the U.S. housing market?Contrast with where we were in the beginning of 2018, where we had pretty coordinated increases in growth across the globe, to where we are now, where we’ve seen over the winter months, and the second half of last year and into the winter, where we saw substantial slowdown in economic activity around the world. You even had a negative quarter in Germany, you saw softness in Italy, and you had Brexit, which continues to hang over the European outlook.Last year we were talking about, “Wow, when would other central banks follow the Fed and start tightening policy, or at least stop expanding their balance sheets.” By this spring, it had become a different world, and the European Central Bank has moved away from any loosening or any tightening. You still have negative rates across many bond markets, and in the short term, a number of central banks with negative interest rates. They are finding that that’s not stimulating growth in Japan or in Europe the way they’d hoped for. The U.S. economy has been, by far, the bright star in the global economy.How does that play back into the U.S. housing market? Part of the reason we’ve had the decline in mortgage rates since October is the global slowdown meant that the yield on 10-year government bond rates around the world have come down. The U.S. remains the highest yielding of all the major bond markets. So, as rates decline around the world, the U.S. bond market becomes very attractive and rates follow the rest of the world down. 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first_imgNews Updates’Disgruntled’ Wives Using Section 498A IPC As A Weapon To Harass Relatives Of Husband: Punjab & Haryana HC [Read Judgment] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK16 May 2020 12:59 AMShare This – x””It has become a common practice to use the provisions of Section 498- A IPC as a weapon rather than shield by disgruntled wives.”The Punjab and Haryana High Court has expressed its concern against misuse of Section 498A IPC by ‘disgruntled wives’. While quashing a case filed by a woman against her in-laws, justice Jaishree Thakur observed: “It has become a common practice to use the provisions of Section 498- A IPC as a weapon rather than shield by disgruntled wives. The simplest way to harass is to get the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Punjab and Haryana High Court has expressed its concern against misuse of Section 498A IPC by ‘disgruntled wives’. While quashing a case filed by a woman against her in-laws, justice Jaishree Thakur observed: “It has become a common practice to use the provisions of Section 498- A IPC as a weapon rather than shield by disgruntled wives. The simplest way to harass is to get the relatives of the husband roped in under this provision, no matter they are bed ridden grand parents of the husband or the relatives living abroad for decades.” The accused in-laws of the complainant had approached the High Court seeking to quash the criminal case registered against them. On a perusal of the complaint, the court observed that it does not disclose specific allegations against the petitioners except casual reference of their names that the husband of the complainant gave her beatings at the instance of petitioners. The court then quashed the complaint on the ground that prima facie case was not attracted against the in-laws in the absence of specific allegations. Click here to Read/Download JudgmentRead JudgmentSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more