Alachua Real Estate News
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Sep 1, 2015 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation is a clinical-stage biotechnology company. It develops gene therapy products for inherited orphan ophthalmology diseases. Comment?
Jul 9, 2015 | via WRUF-AM Gainesville
A tall wooden fence separates rows of family homes from a far-reaching field. The soil lining these neighborhood homes is deemed safe, but on the other side of the fence an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site continues to be remediated. Comment?
Jun 29, 2015 | via Florida Trend
A strong turnaround in home sales and a suppressed stock of real estate listings has lifted prices to their highest level since the boom of the mid-2000s, while rents are following a similar path. Most top housing economists expect that climb to continue through 2017. Comment?
Feb 20, 2015 | via Gainesville.com
The Gainesville-Alachua County Association of Realtors is no longer going to be endorsing candidates and won't be supporting them using RPAC funding either, according to a recent email from the organization. Instead, GACAR is making the Gainesville City Commission candidates' answers to its questionnaire available so people can read them and come to their own conclusions. Comment?
Feb 11, 2015 | via JD Supra
Service of Process: return of service is not required to expressly list the factors defining the "manner of service" contained in Section 48.031 , Florida Statutes, not included in the requirements of Section 48.21, Florida Statutes, to be valid - Koster v Sullivan , No. SC13-159 . Comment?
12 hrs ago | via St. Augustine Record
Contributed Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty recently kicked off its inaugural meeting of the REthink Council recently at Biscotti's in Avondale. The council is an initiative to bring together young agents, brokers and affiliates to discuss insights, issues and trends in Northeast Florida. Comment?
19 hrs ago | via The Miami Herald
While the Wells Fargo brand is familiar to most Florida residents, the company name did not begin to appear on local bank offices until about 2010, two years after the San Francisco-based financial giant took over Wachovia and converted its branches to Wells Fargo. But its roots in the state go back much further, according to the company. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via St. Petersburg Times
Myna Burnett, 50, of Tampa lost her job as a paralegal in 2012. She didn't get any help from Florida's Hardest Hit Fund. Comment?
Yesterday | via Mortgage News Daily
Distressed property sales continue to shrink as a percentage of all sales, but CoreLogic says it may be another four years before those shares reach what it considers a normal level. Sales of real estate-owned properties and short sales accounted for 9.4 percent of homes sold in July, the company said. Comment?
Yesterday | via CBC News
That larger-than-life playfulness is in full effect with about how Peter Pan learned to fly. Made for Wright's own children, it's a glorious hodgepodge: from the as the fierce Tiger Lily and an engaging performance from Levi Miller as Peter, Pan works as a candy-coloured reboot of As the phrase "A film by Paul Gross" appears onscreen, the actor-director's rumbling voice fills our ears as he describes the fiery furnace of Afghanistan. Comment?
3 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
The firm presently has an "outperform" rating on the stock. Macquarie's price objective would indicate a potential upside of 19.55% from the company's previous close. Comment?
7 min ago | via Marin Independent Journal
A former Marin County mortgage broker was sentenced to three years in prison in a real estate fraud case, federal prosecutors said. Paul Sloane Davis, 76, of Santa Rosa was one of two defendants convicted in the case. Comment?
10 min ago | via Star Phoenix
A Saskatoon landlord was surprised to learn the Indian Act prevents her from garnisheeing on-reserve wages to collect from a former tenant. Last November, Erin Perehudoff and her husband began renting a house in the Evergreen neighbourhood to a First Nations woman. Comment?
27 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Prior to the late 1970s, few in the general public knew of the existence of the Federal Reserve Board and many professional economists could not have named its chairman. Forty years later, the formerly anonymous organization and its chairman dominate daily economic reporting. Comment?
27 min ago | via The Pordland Mercury
The very first thing we see in 99 Homes is the brain-spattered wall of an Orlando bathroom where a man has committed suicide rather than be evicted from his home. The evictor, a Florida-twanged foreclosure vulture named Rick Carver , stands with his back to the body, yelling into his phone about how the messy crime scene complicates the process of preparing the house for resale. Comment?
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