Broken Bow Real Estate News
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Friday Jul 17 | via Mortgage News Daily
Boy how things have changed. Life is so expensive now; maybe that's why the living arrangement stats have changed so dramatically since 1967. Comment?
Jun 25, 2015 | via Durant Daily Democrat
The Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office filed suit against Pointe Vista Development in January 2014 for breach of contract. They also filed a "Notice of Pendency of Action " with the Marshall County Clerk. Comment?
Jun 23, 2015 | via The City Wire
The number of consumers in Arkansas looking to make a major household purchase over the past six months rose 5 points in March as wages saw a slight increase and cheap fuel prices boosted discretionary income, according to the final installment of the 2015 Arvest Consumer Sentiment Survey released Tuesday. At the same time, the survey also showed that Arkansans are cautiously restructuring debt and paying bills, but on the flip side there was a big uptick in the number of consumers reporting more student loan debt. Comment?
Jun 19, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
The drought buster soaked construction sites, slowing starts, and may have dampened sales, according to the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association and the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors. And the weather - specifically, the rain, rain that wouldn't go away in May - is on builders' and Realtors' minds heading into summer. Comment?
Jun 19, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
Here's a taste of The Oklahoman 's Saturday real estate section! My column! See the cover below. See the entire section here. Comment?
13 min ago | via Independent.ie
The cost of buying a home has risen by more than 10pc year-on-year, but prices are falling in Dublin. The Central Statistics Office says residential property prices in the capital have dropped by 0.4pc in June, compared with a national increase of 0.1pc across the country. Comment?
21 min ago | via LBC 97.3
Most people say their standard of living has got worse over the last few years - despite the recovering economy, according to a Sky poll. The finding comes ahead of an expected return to form for economic growth later when the latest GDP figures are revealed. Comment?
30 min ago | via The Black River News
Janice Berkowitz, manager of the Weichert, Realtors Livingston office, is pleased to announce that her office will be participating in the upcoming National Night Out event on The event, organized by the National Association of Town Watch, is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make every neighborhood a safer, better place to live. The evening will include a 'Movie Under the Stars,' exhibits, McGruff the Crime Dog, food and refreshments, and much more. Comment?
36 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
David Goodman, principal of HQ Commercial and a Vancouver realtor specializing in rental apartment building sales, warns of an incoming "rental tsunami," particularly in Vancouver where there has been limited supply of new purpose-built rental stock. Oliver Lee and Keri Plamondon don't want to leave Vancouver, but with a seven-year-old Beagle, and a $1,200 monthly rent budget, they're finding it hard to find a one- or-two-bedroom suite to house them. Comment?
37 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
With no more rain in the forecast, it's time we looked seriously at doing more to preserve our most precious shared resource: clean, fresh water. As creeks and rivers in southwestern B.C. hit their lowest levels in 100 years, it is plain we can't take water for granted anymore. Comment?
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