Essex Real Estate News
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Jun 12, 2015 | via Business Wire
The ratings of the outs... )--Fitch Ratings has published its new Latin American Oil and Gas Dashboard. The publication explores key themes affecting the credit profiles of the region's rated Oil and G... )--Williams-Sonoma, Inc. today announced that Pat Connolly, Director, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, will presen... )--Fitch Ratings has published a report on University of Rochester, NY. Comment?
Jun 8, 2015 | via Patch.com
Credit card thief targeting women in businesses; rainfall totals in Baltimore County; and more from the week on Perry Hall Patch. An Annapolis couple has filed a $2 million lawsuit against the real estate agent who reportedly knew the house had been infested for years. Comment?
May 27, 2015 | via FindLaw
The attempt to enforce restrictive covenants in a community of 635 single family homes in Hampton, a residential neighborhood in Baltimore County, is at issue before us. 1 The restrictive covenants attempt to prohibit the development of more than one single family dwelling per lot. Comment?
Apr 27, 2015 | via Business Journal
This 435,490 square foot warehouse at 1411 Tangier Drive in Middle River, which is currently under construction, is one of seven being built around the Baltimore region. The Baltimore region's industrial real estate took a pause in the first quarter this year after a hot year of warehouse sales and leasing activity in 2014, according to two reports. Comment?
Apr 10, 2015 | via The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore area home market showed more signs of recovery last month, as sales hit their highest March mark since 2007 and new contracts rose for a tenth straight month, although the large number of foreclosure sales continued as a drag on prices, a real estate analyst reported Friday. Closed sales rose 23.6 percent compared with March 2014, with gains across the board led by townhomes, followed by single-family homes and condominiums, according to the report by RealEstate Business Intelligence, a subsidiary of Metropolitan Regional Information Systems. Comment?
Monday Jul 27 | via FindLaw
There is a saying, sometimes attributed to Abraham Lincoln, that a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client. A corollary, perhaps, is that such a client has a lawyer who may be blinded by self-interest to the standards of professional conduct. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 15 | via Patch.com
Delegate charged in alleged breast flashing; agent who sold 'snake house' hisses at lawsuit; and more headlines from Maryland Patches. Maryland's top posts include Blueberry the beagle's rescue from burning house, Diana Ross coming to Bethesda, NASA's best pix of Pluto ever. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 15 | via WBAL-TV Baltimore
The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will lose dozens of jobs, and some workers are angry and scared, saying they consider the handling of the cuts a slap in the face. Emily Eubanks, a DPSCS human resource specialist, is among 63 people who learned unceremoniously that their positions will be eliminated in 60 days. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 8 | via The Washington Post
These sales data, recorded by the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation, were provided by Black Knight Financial Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit www.washingtonpost.com/homesales . Comment?
Jul 3, 2015 | via Washington Blade
In a market where many sellers receive multiple offers, buyers who have their heart set on a particular property need a winning strategy. The Regional Sales Contract is used for the vast majority of re-sales in D.C. and Maryland and arms agents with many "if" clauses, called "contingencies," to protect either their buyers or their sellers. Comment?
21 min ago | via CBS Local
Neighbors say the town of Selden or the police should take action, but their hands may be tied, CBS2's Emily Smith reported Monday. On Hawkins Road you have a well-maintained home next door to a home abandoned five years ago. Comment?
26 min ago | via Scoop
Child Poverty Action Group says hundreds of young mothers with young children are being hounded for repayment of debt to Work and Income NZ when tax debt costs the country much more. A beneficiary living below the poverty line goes to the High Court today to challenge a Ministry of Social Development decision to make her repay a $117,000 debt. Comment?
30 min ago | via Buenos Aires Herald
Real estate company Sanfelice has strongly refuted the allegations made by a Canal 13 show that "bags of money" were taken during a raid linked to the Hotesur investigation, while also announcing its intention to start legal actions against the "quasi-mafioso" Metropolitan Police. Yesterday's program, headed by Clarn journalist Jorge Lanata, claimed that the raiding police had found bags of money in a safe inside the agents' office, located in Ro Gallegos, Santa Cruz. Comment?
32 min ago | via Scoop
New Zealand's lenders are in a strong enough position to weather slowing economic growth over the next year-and-a-half, while slumping dairy prices aren't expected to pose as big a threat as they did in 2009, says Moody's Investors Service. The global rating agency has a stable outlook for the nation's banking system, built on the expectation the country's lenders will maintain strong asset quality and stable profitability in the face of a slowing economy. Comment?
39 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC said on Monday it may face U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges over whether it inflated the returns of a popular exchange-traded fund once managed by prominent bond investor Bill Gross. Comment?
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