Monthly Archives: March 2010

Sun back in Sunshine State?

Summer is just around the corner and many people begin to make their summer vacation plans. A large majority will head down to the Sunshine state, Florida. Florida was one of the hardest hit states during the housing crisis. Many analysts are watching closely FL, TX, NV and CA for signs up the housing market stabilizing.

So what’s been happening in Florida? We are going to take a look… Continue reading

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New Massachusetts Data Breach Regulation Effective March 1, 2010

Massachusetts Protection of Personal Information Regulatory Update

(Regulations effective March 1, 2010)

Just a reminder to all that the Massachusetts regulations setting “STANDARDS FOR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION OF RESIDENTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH” are effective March 1, 2010. The regulations can be found here. The FAQ’s that relate to the regulations (and are very helpful) are found here.

In comparison to the first generation… Continue reading

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Opinions of Interest in the Mainstream

We found the following New York Times editorials interesting and informative, so we wanted to share them with you:

  • Take a look at Mom, Apple Pie, and Mortgages by Robert Shiller, Yale professor of economics and finance. Shiller says new types of housing finance institutions could lead the United States to develop new types of housing.

  • And in An Irish Mirror, Paul Krugman describes how the

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