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Apr 28, 2015 | via Portland Tribune
The update will govern how the city grows during the next 20 years. The current version, which is being considered by the Planning and Sustainability Commission, anticipates that about 123,000 new housing units will be built in the city between now and 2035. Comment?
17 hrs ago | via GlobeNewswire
Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta announced today that it has awarded more than $5.6 million to assist in the funding of 12 affordable housing initiatives in Virginia as part of its 2015 Affordable Housing Program . The awarded initiatives, which are located in Arlington, Hampton, Hopewell, Lawrenceville, Lexington, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Richmond, support the rehabilitation and construction of housing for low-income veterans, seniors, and individuals with disabilities. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via Powhatan Today
The number of residential real estate sales in Virginia increased 5 percent in October from the same month a year ago, according to a report released Friday by the Virginia Association of Realtors . The overall value of the transactions rose to $2.72 billion in October from $1.59 billion a year ago. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 17 | via The Washington Post
Montgomery residents who sell their homes will have to test for radon and give buyers the results under a bill passed unanimously by the County Council on Tuesday. Montgomery is the first locality in the country to establish a radon testing requirement, according to the bill's sponsor, council member Craig Rice . Comment?
Sep 27, 2012 | via Southwest Times
If you've been looking to buy a place to live, you may have noticed that the cost of homes sold during the past year hasn't changed much. That's because the Roanoke/Lynchburg/Blacksburg region, which includes Pulaski County, experienced a slight decline in median sales price during July, August and September. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 11 | via WCAV
A Virginia man has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a wire fraud in a scheme to divert $5 million from his employer. Thirty-five-year-old Max Wagenblast of Arlington was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Greenbelt. Comment?
14 min ago | via Business Wire
1 plc Doc re. Election of Home Member State announcement released at 05:17 PM UK time on 30 Sept... )--The issuer advises that the following replaces the Eurohome UK Mortgages 2007-1 plc Doc re. Comment?
15 min ago | via MoneyWeek
We've made our views on buy to let pretty clear here over the last few weeks. We don't have the moral problems with it that some do - in the right circumstances owning property and renting it out is a perfectly acceptable investment activity. Comment?
43 min ago | via Daily Mail
Geometrical wallpaper, mosaic tiles and VERY loud furniture: Perfectly-preserved retro home takes you back to the 1970s as it hits the market for more than $900,000 From the geometrical wallpaper to the the gaudy furniture to the cream brick veneer, everything about this abode is a throwback to a bygone era. The three-bedroom '70s style home situated in Ascot Vale, 5km north-west of Melbourne, is set to hit the market for the first time in its untouched original condition. Comment?
43 min ago | via This Is London
Investors who dumped shares in OneSavings Bank as part of the buy-to-let stock-market sell-off were too hasty. That's the view of Investec's banking analyst Ian Gordon, who reckons the mortgage lender's share price already reflected the City's expectations that "cooling measures" would be introduced at some point. Comment?
48 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
A huge economic experiment will begin in Switzerland and Sweden in 2016, and some people are calling it the "war on cash." Both countries have central banks that have imposed negative interest rates on their commercial banks, making it costly for those banks to store cash. Comment?
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