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Yesterday | via Insurance Journal West
The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has a plan to continue furthering its initiatives within the private flood insurance market in 2017. This comes after the North Central part of the state of Pennsylvania saw flooding in many areas outside of identified flood hazard zones this fall following a series of storms, with the U.S. Department of Transportation issuing $1 million in Emergency Relief funds from the Federal Highway Administration to repair flood-damaged roads and bridges. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 6 | via JD Supra
Blighted residential and commercial properties are a major impediment to rehabilitation and redevelopment efforts in cities and towns throughout Pennsylvania. However, late in the 2016 legislative term, the Pennsylvania House and Senate enacted new laws that will change the rehabilitation and redevelopment landscape. Comment?
Monday Dec 5 | via Philly.com
Elizabeth M. Datner has been appointed chair of emergency medicine at Einstein Healthcare Network. Datner spent the majority of her career at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and University of Pennsylvania Health System, where she served as an attending emergency physician, associate residency director, medical director, and vice chair of clinical operations for the department of emergency medicine. Comment?
Friday Dec 2 | via National Mortgage News
Prior to joining Nationwide Appraisal Network, Bankus worked for almost eight years at Streetlinks Lender Solutions , serving for the past three years as an account manager/client advocate. Joseph Beatty has also joined the company as appraiser relations manager and will lead the recently formed appraiser relations department. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 30 | via PennLive.com
Last year Mid Penn Bank opened this location in Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County. The company plans to relocate its branch in Camp Hill. Comment?
3 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Expedia has transitioned HomeAways model from a listing model to a fee model allowing travelers to book rentals directly through HomeAway . HomeAways margins on their Traveler Fee are enormous and the business will be a cash cow for years to come. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Daily News-Record
A federal judge has approved a settlement between "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Teresa Giudice and her creditors. NJ.com reports Giudice will keep 55 percent of any potential winnings from the legal malpractice suit, with the remaining 45 percent going to any remaining creditors. Comment?
4 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
One thing is working in this economy that has been stuck for years in a slow-growth mire: the inflation of asset prices. And the Federal Reserve, which has been engineering this miracle so adroitly, just released its latest progress report. Comment?
9 min ago | via Lake Cowichan Gazette
Home buyers moving from Vancouver's overheated housing market have upped the number of million dollar home sales in Victoria. Re/Max Realty's 2016 Spotlight on Luxury report, which reports on trends in the luxury market, reported an unprecedented increase in the sale of homes priced at over $1 million, and the trend appears to be continuing. Comment?
27 min ago | via Athens Banner-Herald
A development proposal that would return part of an intown residential neighborhood to what it was a century ago has captured the imagination of Athens-Clarke County planning commissioners, but neighborhood residents are worried it could bring additional traffic and might force their property taxes upward. Laurie deVegter, an Atlanta-based real estate agent and developer who specializes in smaller houses, is under contract to purchase a lot of less than a half-acre at 1252 West Hancock Avenue near North Billups Street. Comment?
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