Gabbs Real Estate News
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Thursday Nov 20 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
When Jeff and Fafie Moore opened their first Realty Executives of Nevada office in 1989, they came to Las Vegas with a vision of what a dynamic, successful real estate firm would look like, and they proceeded to build exactly that. Today, with 150 agents in two anchor offices and two satellite offices, and regional developments in six states, the firm has grown to become one of the largest, most productive firms in Nevada. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 19 | via Nevada Business Journal
Keller Williams Southern Nevada has purchased an office building with the help of TMC Financing and the SBA 504 loan program. Comment?
Thursday Nov 13 | via Nevada Appeal
In the late 1970s, Reno insurance man Jim Davis worked with Saint Mary's to create a pioneering preferred-provider organization. Today, Davis has come out of retirement, hung up his shingle as a licensed Realtor with Coldwell Banker Select, and set out to create yet another employee benefit he thinks has the potential to become as big as the PPO. Comment?
Monday Nov 10 | via jdsupra.com
Nevada is one of many states that adopted some iteration of the Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act, an act designed in part to aid homeowners' associations in recovering delinquent fees from their members. As codified in Nevada under NRS Chapter 116, Nevada law affords HOAs a super-priority lien for nine months worth of unpaid fees and maintenance charges. Comment?
Friday Oct 31 | via Nevada Business Journal
Longtime local REALTOR Linda Rheinberger has been elected to serve as vice president representing the Rocky Mountain Region and will serve on the 2015 Board of Directors for the National Association of REALTORS . Comment?
13 min ago | via M2.com
Verizon Communications Inc , a provider of broadband and other wireless and wireline communications services, announced on Wednesday that Property Exchange Australia has chosen its smart credentials identity-authentication solution to secure its new national electronic-conveyancing system. Reportedly, this system eliminates the need for purchasers to manually complete multiple forms, and allows Land Registries, financial institutions and practitioners to transact online together and in real time. Comment?
17 min ago | via Reuters
What should a central bank do next when it already has zero interest rates and arguably still faces the threat of Japanese-style deflation? If it's the Swedish Riksbank, it should keep cutting, and do so soon, says Lars Svensson. Svensson no longer has a say; he quit as a deputy Riksbank governor last year after failing to persuade fellow board members to cut rates aggressively. Comment?
42 min ago | via ABC News
Monika Tu calls herself a "property concierge" and says she can't get enough Australian real estate for her cashed-up Chinese clients. As she shows a potential client through a lavish $13 million home on Sydney's lower north shore, she explains her business: "I am dealing with high net worth foreign buyers and we specialise in luxury properties. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Twizigamire
Kenya's Commercial Bank, the largest lender by assets, plans to offer mortgage-backed securities on the local bourse to help developers raise funds to build new housing units, its chief executive said. There are less than 30,000 mortgages in Rwanda against a potential of 1 million, according to the government, and a severe shortage of houses has driven up prices. Comment?
1 hr ago | via This Is Money
A bitter war among estate agents could leave movers getting thousands of pounds less when they sell their home, industry insiders believe. Websites have become the major way of buying a home in the UK, with around 100million visits from property hunters every month. Comment?
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