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Jan 24, 2015 | via The Gaston Gazette
Dr. Bob McCullen has invested in nearly every kind of real estate over the course of his career, including South American timber land. Last year, he decided to focus on something he believes everyone needs right here at home - a place to put our stuff. Comment?
Dec 1, 2014 | via The Gaston Gazette
Gastonia leaders are set to sell a downtown parking lot for substantially below tax value to pave the way for a housing complex for working artists. Supporters and others who have helped to craft the deal with Artspace - the nation's largest nonprofit real estate developer for the arts - say there's good reason for that. Comment?
Oct 20, 2014 | via The Gaston Gazette
Capital Land Partners President Chris Boone said he knew in 2010 that he'd purchased the Eagle Park subdivision in Belmont for the right price. "I think - I hope - we've reached a point where Eagle Park is starting to really feel like a community," Boone, Eagle Park's developer, says now. Comment?
Oct 11, 2014 | via The Gaston Gazette
That's the message from local tenants and property owners. "As an investor, I'm certainly bullish about this local real estate market," said Joseph Biggins, the new owner of Eastover Apartments in Gastonia. Comment?
Sep 3, 2014 | via The Gaston Gazette
First, the council made a smart move when members found a way to improve the financial picture of the downtown conference center. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 25 | via Bloomberg
Workers in DHS agencies are feeling frustrated and angry as they gear up for a possible temporary loss of pay. -- Gabe Pacheco, a San Diego border patrol agent, is worried that the warning light on his dashboard means his transmission will finally give out next week, just as he could be required to work without a paycheck. Comment?
Saturday Feb 21 | via The Charlotte Observer
Karen Roberson, an uninsured Charlotte resident, was sued by Carolinas HealthCare System after she found herself unable to pay a $44,000 bill for breast cancer treatment. Karen Roberson, an uninsured Charlotte resident, was sued by Carolinas HealthCare System after she found herself unable to pay a $44,000 bill for breast cancer treatment. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
RealtyTracA recently released its Q4 and Year-End 2014 U.S. Institutional Investor & Cash Sales Report, which shows that the share of home sales to institutional investors and all-cash buyers dropped to four-year lows in 2014 despite a quarterly increase in the fourth quarter. A total of 105,278 single family homes were sold to institutional investors-entities that purchase at least 10 properties in a calendar year-in 2014, 4.2 percent of all sales and down 31 percent from the 153,450 institutional investor purchases in 2013 to a four-year low. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via InvestorIdeas.com
February 20, 2015 RealtyTrac , the nation's leading source for comprehensive housing data, today released its Q4 and Year-End 2014 U.S. Institutional Investor & Cash Sales Report, which shows that the share of home sales to institutional investors and all-cash buyers dropped to four-year lows in 2014 despite a quarterly increase in the fourth quarter. A total of 105,278 single family homes were sold to institutional investors -- entities that purchase at least 10 properties in a calendar year -- in 2014, 4.2 percent of all sales and down 31 percent from the 153,450 institutional investor purchases in 2013 to a four-year low. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 17 | via Jefferson Post Online Edition
If you are looking for a sign about what sort of legislative session to expect this year, the gas tax increase passed by the Senate last week is an ominous one. Comment?
7 min ago | via Pressat
The UK's leading financial capability charity today warns that more than 1.75m mortgaged households have never experienced a rise in the Bank of England base rate, putting them at risk of a financial shock when rates increase. According to The Money Charity's analysis, there have been 1,762,400 first-time buyers since July 2007, the last time the Bank of England increased the base rate - more than four times the number of households in Birmingham. Comment?
11 min ago | via This Is Money
The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold at 0.5 per cent today, marking the longest period of unchanged interest rates since the Second World War. Minutes to be published later this month are likely to reveal that the nine-strong monetary policy committee has voted unanimously to leave the cost of borrowing on hold as inflation continues to fall and is expected to turn negative into the coming months. Comment?
10 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
The company has succeeded in building one of the best US online real estate portals, but it's a middleman lacking pricing power. I'd strongly caution long-term investors to keep away from Zillow; it's a $20 stock selling for $110. Comment?
11 min ago | via Business Journal
It's more affordable to own a home in Cincinnati than in most other major cities across the nation, according to a new ranking from Next City. Comment?
14 min ago | via NJ.com
Downsizing to a home with lower property taxes, insurance, utilities and more may be a more affordable way to live in New Jersey in retirement. New Jersey is one of the most expensive states in which to live. Comment?
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