Mats Wilander surrendered to the determine of Novak Djokovic after the Serbian surpassed Dominic Thiem within the Australian Open remaining to get his eighth title in Melbourne and thus add his 17th Grand Slam title, remaining 2 of 19 of Rafa Nadal and three of the file of 20 he holds Roger Federer.Wilander, winner of seven Grand Slam within the 80s (Three Australian Open, Three Roland Garros and a US Open) and three Davis Cups, and present commentator for Eurosport, commented in his gallery within the newspaper L’Équipe that the Serbian will enhance his account of nice titles. “I’d be stunned if I didn’t win no less than two different Grand Slam this 12 months. In truth, I don’t see somebody who can forestall me from profitable no less than 4 Grand Slam, or extra … I think he can win 25 Grand Slam titles till the tip of his profession. “ The Swede additionally applauded the ways utilized by Djokovic to beat Thiem within the remaining and the way the Serbian knew the best way to make the perfect use of his physique. “Novak has the unbelievable skill to play his finest tennis when crucial. Tactically, the lifeless time he requested within the third set with 4-1 allowed him to face up a bit. There was a time and it was not an excuse, however a purpose to not play lengthy factors and end discovering the great rhythm. We’ve seen it quite a bit. When he goes round, his rival is at all times stunned and Novak can impose his sport once more. So, with 3-Three within the fourth, Djokovic received twelve of the final 15 factors of the set. As if he had taken off and Dominic couldn’t observe him, catch him, within the final 45 minutes of the match due to the vitality he spent all through his earlier video games. “Wilander additionally applauded Djokovic’s fidelity in every sport and the depth in his sport. “He is aware of the best way to tire his opponent with out ever enjoying his finest tennis continuously. Novak by no means panics, even when he’s drained or annoyed. It’s wonderful how every sport performs as if it had been a remaining, whatever the rival. “
Share in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News Massachusetts single family home sales decreased for the fourth straight month continuing the recent downward trend for the Bay State, according to a report released this week by the Warren Group.A total of 4,482 single-family homes were sold in May compared with 4,820 in May 2013. Year-to-date sales also dropped by 3.8 percent, with 15,467 homes sold compared to 16,073 during the same period last year.Still, there is reason to be optimistic about the market’s future prospects in the state.”Single-family sales volume is still slipping. Most of these May closings went under agreement in March at the start of the spring selling season, and we’ll see sales reach their peak in July,” said Timothy M. Warren Jr., CEO of the Warren Group. “Low inventory and lingering winter weather in March may have depressed the number of sales, but the rising median price tells me that the market is recovering nicely.”The median sales price of single-family homes statewide increased by 4.7 percent in May to $340,000 compared with $324,600 in May 2013. May marked the 20th consecutive month of year-over-year price increases.Condominium sales are the bright spot in the market. They remained strong in May, with a total of 2,146 transactions completed compared with 2,015 in May 2013. Condo sales have been on the uptick for 11 consecutive months. Year-to-date sales were also up by 9.3 percent, with 7,166 sales completed during the first five months of this year compared with 6,557 during the same period last year.Condo prices increased by 8.47 percent in May, with the median selling price coming in at $320,000 compared with $295,000 in May 2013. The median sales price for condos has been increasing for sixteen consecutive months.”Condominiums are the strongest part of the market these days. The current median price of $320,000 is the highest of any month in history, proving that smaller spaces, care-free maintenance and urban living are popular these days,” Warren said. June 27, 2014 459 Views Home Prices Home Sales The Warren Group 2014-06-27 Derek Templeton Massachusetts Single-Family Home Sales Drop in May
in Headlines, journal, News, Servicing June 22, 2018 732 Views Share Planet Home Lending Welcomes Dierk Hohman 2018-06-22 Kristina Brewer Planet Home Lending, LLC, a privately held mortgage lender and servicer headquartered in Connecticut, has announced that Dierk Hohman has joined the company as EVP, Chief General Counsel and Enterprise Risk Officer.Hohman will oversee all legal, compliance and enterprise risk matters for the company. “His breadth of legal, compliance, and enterprise risk experience, and his entrepreneurial mindset will be a tremendous asset to the company as we continue to grow our distributed retail, correspondent, and servicing operations,” Planet Home Lending President and CEO Michael Dubeck said.Hohman has broad expertise in the mortgage, banking and financial sectors. He has previously advised financial intuitions on legal, compliance, and enterprise risk matters, litigation, and corporate and finance transactions.Most recently, Hohman served as EVP, General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer for NexBank Capital, Inc. Prior to his role at NexBank, he was SVP and Associate General Counsel for Nationstar Mortgage, LLC. Throughout his career, he has held positions at leading financial services companies including HBK Capital Management, Bank of America, GE Capital, and White & Case LLP.Hohman earned a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and a Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida.Founded in 2007, Planet Home Lending, LLC is a privately held, national residential mortgage lender with multiple business channels uniquely positioned to provide competitive products and services. The company is an approved originator and servicer for FHA, VA, and USDA as well as a Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Seller/Servicer, and a full Ginnie Mae Issuer and approved sub-servicer.