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Maryland Charter Bank Shuts Down


Chartered as a national bank in 1880, NBRS converted to a Maryland charter in 2002. Following the financial crisis of last decade, the bank took years of losses from non-performing assets and was never able to find enough capital to return to sound condition, said Acting Commissioner Gordon Cooley of the state's financial regulation office.

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Housing Market Cools Off as Inventory Slows


The number of listings last month was approximately 1.87 million, down 2.7 percent annually and 7.9 percent monthly. The decline compares to Redfin's latest analysis, which showed an unexpected bump in inventory from new listings. Redfin's data measures a narrower list of markets nationwide.

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Survey: 87 Percent of U.S. Homes are Occupied


About 87 percent of the 133 million total residential housing units in the U.S. in 2013 were reported to be occupied, according to the findings of the 2013 American Housing Survey (AHS) released earlier this week by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Legal Costs Hurt Bank of America’s Q3 Earnings


Bank of America's Q3 earnings took a hit from a record $16.65 billion settlement with the Justice Department and other federal and state agencies in August to settle charges against the bank related to the sale of toxic mortgage-backed securities. That settlement cost the bank $5.3 billion (pretax), or $0.43 per share after tax.

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