The Gary Housing Authority failed to follow statutory requirements when it acquired a building at 624 Broadway, according to the Indiana Court of Appeals.
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A property ownership dispute that led to a small portion of the west parking lot at the Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana being oddly fenced off from use is over.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has unanimously affirmed a Lake Circuit Court ruling authorizing the county auditor to rescind real estate investor Thomas Wisniewski's 504 unredeemed tax sale certificates.
Lake County officials are taking steps to ensure they've closed all loopholes that might otherwise enable ineligible bidders to attempt to acquire tax-delinquent properties at the county's tax sales.
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The Indiana Supreme Court is establishing a statewide task force to address the surge of residential evictions underway in the Hoosier State following expiration of the COVID-19 eviction moratorium.
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A surge in new real estate agents, coupled with a sharp decline in the number of homes for sale, has led to a peculiar phenomenon: there are currently more Realtors than homes for sale in the U.S.