EDDIE HOWE has shot down any chance of Mark Travers going out on loan as he has insisted the Irish international is ‘too important’ to Bournemouth.Howe made the comments while speaking to the Bournemouth Echo.1 Travers starred last season against SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyHe said: “No thoughts of loaning Mark. He is too important to us at the moment.”I understand he will desperately want to play. I’d want all my players to desperately want to play.”But we have to make a decision together of what’s right for him next.”He added: “He’s a fantastic lad.INSTANT IMPRESSION”A great worker, very focused on improving himself, which is what we’ve told him he needs to do – just focus on him and be the best Mark Travers that he can be.”He’s done that every day.”Travers burst onto Irish football fans’ consciousness in May when he made a man of the match performance in his Premier League debut against Spurs.Afterwards he admitted he had felt right at home.He said: “I found out I was playing yesterday morning, the gaffer pulled me in.FELT COMFORTABLE”Surprisingly there weren’t too many nerves, I’m surprised myself, but I felt comfortable out there and enjoyed every minute.”Your first save in the Premier League is always unbelievable so I’ll always remember that.”MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidIn doing so, he became the youngest goalkeeper to feature in the Premier League since Joe Hart made his Manchester City debut in 2006.He was snapped up by the Cherries from Shamrock Rovers in 2016.The Kildare man made his senior debut for Ireland in a friendly against Bulgaria in September, before winning another in November’s exhibition with New Zealand.
Share Appraisers homeowners 2017-04-11 Seth Welborn The disconnect between appraisers and homeowners continues. According to the Home Price Perception Index released Tuesday morning, appraised values were 1.77 percent less than homeowner estimates in March.Released by Quicken Loans, the HPPI showed the disparity between homeowner estimates and appraised values has widened for the fourth consecutive month. In February, the disparity was 1.69 percent.While the disconnect is present across the country, there are some markets breaking the habit—many on the West Coast.“The national average shows appraisals lower than homeowner expectations, but some cities are bucking that trend,” said Bill Banfield, Vice President of Capital Markets at Quicken. “With prices sprinting forward in many of the booming housing markets in the West, it can be difficult for homeowners to keep up with appraisers, who are on the ground, examining real estate price changes every day.”Staying tuned into the market is crucial for buyers in these markets, Banfield said.“This study is one more reminder for consumers to keep an eye on their local market before selling or refinancing,” Banfield said. “The state of their local market could affect their home’s value—on either end of the spectrum.” At a market level, appraiser opinions outpaced homeowner expectations the most in Denver, Dallas, Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle.Quicken also released its Home Value Index on Tuesday, which showed home values rising 0.63 percent in March. Over the year, they jumped 3.3 percent.Monthly growth was highest in the Northeast U.S., where home values rose 1.78 percent over February. The least monthly growth was in the South, which saw just a .84 percent rise in home values.Year-over-year, however, the South performed better. The region saw the fastest annual increase, with values jumping 4.67 percent over March 2016. The Midwest saw the slowest annual growth. Values in this region rose only 2.11 percent.According to Banfield, it’s the ultra-competitive market that’s spurring the growth.“Real estate signs are beginning to pop up, even before leaves appear on the neighborhood trees. As home-selling season gets started across the country, enthusiastic buyers are battling for available homes,” Banfield said. “The increased attention to home sales has led to more competition for a relatively small inventory of homes, continuing to fuel the rising prices.” in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News April 11, 2017 581 Views Quicken Finds Widening Appraiser-Homeowners Gap