The Rezidor Hotel Group has a new hotel of brand Park Inn Oslo Oslo, January 13, 2010 the Rezidor Hotel Group has opened a new hotel of brand Park Inn Oslo. The brand new hotel with 118 rooms is the sixth branch of the group in the Norwegian capital. The opening underlines the enormous importance our Nordic home markets for us\”, explains Kurt Ritter, President and CEO of Rezidor. At the same time, the new hotel expands the Park Inn portfolio. Our young and dynamic brand was launched in early 2003 in life, today it includes more than 130 hotels with 24,500 rooms in operation or under construction. In 2010 we are planning the opening of 20 of new Park Inn hotels with 3700 rooms in Europe, the Middle East and Africa\”, adds Knight. Park Inn Oslo is located in the heart of the city and is only a few steps away from the pedestrian zone with its many Cafes, restaurants and world class shopping. Norway’s Royal Palace, the Parliament, Fort Askershus, and some museums are located in Nearby, and the central station and the Airport Express train are easy to reach on foot. Cool, colorful and comfortable hotel is ideal for travellers who want an excellent value for money. The Gardermoen international airport is achieving with the Flytoget-high speed train in only 20 minutes from Oslo. Also the Torpekspressen bus service offers a very good connection between the airport and the city centre, while Flybussen also provides a bus transfer to Gardermoen with a journey time of approximately 45 minutes. The 118 colored, modern rooms of the hotel provide for deep sleep and sweet dreams. Fresh, bright and immaculately clean they meet the standard of the Park Inn brand. The spectacular rooms on the first floor offer an additional attraction with large, sunny balconies. All rooms are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, satellite TV, flat screen TVs and wireless Internet access.
Obama’s home affordability and stability program (HASP) financial experts are skeptical about the plan, since not many American have benefited from the program. According to the predictions, the program what supposed to address approximately 3.5 million foreclosures and loan modifications by the end of 2009 however, findings indicate the program which able to help less than 150,000 ultra-delicate for loan adjustment, even after five months of its inception. The federal government has acknowledged the fact and agrees a lot more needs to be done to make the loan modification programs really effective. According to the official sources, mortgage service providers and lending institutes need to spend less time dealing with the paperwork, and make the rules catchy and flexible enough to suit the loan applicant. There is a growing concern, and a certain degree of frustration regarding how moneylenders process the HASP loan applications – a fact which what specifically expressed by Senator Jeff Murkily. Financial experts and policy maker are still trying to figure out what has gone wrong and where. Some of the reasons which make the plan less effective are explained briefly: * the plan what it what difficult to motivate the loan modification companies moneylenders and lending institutes to hire specialised staff trained in explaining the guidelines, announced in February, and thereafter and helping the loan applicants to find a practical and effective solution that deals with their actual debt problem. The incentives failed to persuade the Calendar providing the loan alteration facilities, since they were not substantial enough. * While implementing the loan modifications, the credit institution started recorded losses, since the process what handled very slowly and without any impetus. In spring, the Congress what forced to hear strong pleas from the representative of the mortgage industry, requesting the federal and state governments to allow the mortgage losses to be recorded in their books of account.