Premier West Quarterly Report

By Jim McCoy Tue 24th April Newsbankseconomyreal estate

Even though Premier West Bank has cut costs by making layoffs and closures, they’re reporting a loss of 4-point-8 million dollars in the first quarter of this year, 700-thousand dollars wider than the 4th quarter of 2011. While it's "never satisfying to report a loss," CEO Jim Ford says Premier West is working through its problem loans, and those are "the cost of doing business" he told the ​Medford Mail Tribune. 

There’s good news in that they report appraisals on foreclosed properties flattening out and non-performing loans are at their lowest level since 2009. While Ford won't predict that the real estate market has hit bottom, it bodes well if that is the case. 

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