Graettinger Real Estate News
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Jun 23, 2016 | via Financial News & Daily Record
One manufacturer of pre-engineered buildings that wants to expand into the Southeast market plus one Southeast city that has a need for the company's product equals an opportunity for Jacksonville possibly to have a new type of affordable housing. City Council members Bill Gulliford, Reggie Gaffney and John Crescimbeni met Wednesday with representatives of Kairos Development International Inc. and Energy Panel Structures Inc. to consider whether homes built in a factory in Graettinger, Iowa, then shipped to Jacksonville and assembled on-site could be a way to provide more people the opportunity to own a home. Comment?
Friday Feb 10 | via Roth & Company, P.C.
No coupling, no reform in Iowa this year. The 2017 session of the Iowa General Assembly is shaping up to be a big tax policy disappointment. Comment?
Thursday Jan 26 | via Roth & Company, P.C.
They're actually serious. The Quad City Times confirms rumors that I've been hearing, but that seemed too absurd to believe : The Legislature will not "couple" the state's income tax code with federal tax changes for the 2016 tax year - a decision that will impact Iowans currently preparing their tax returns for the federal and Iowa filing deadlines in April. Comment?
Sunday Jan 22 | via Hawk Eye
Cindy Miller, the new president of the Iowa Association of Realtors, poses for a portrait Tuesday in her Century 21 office in Burlington. Donald Trump was inaugurated Friday as the 45th president of the United States, while Cindy Miller started her presidency Nov. 11. Donald Trump was inaugurated Friday as the 45th president of the United States, while Cindy Miller started her presidency Nov. 11. A large part of being the president is being aware of changes in real estate, such as tax laws, and letting realtors across the state know of potential changes. Comment?
Jan 18, 2017 | via The Fairfield Ledger
Dreaming of that next vehicle purchase? Online car shopping can be a great way to pass some time, but if you're seriously looking to purchase a vehicle from an online seller, the Iowa Department of Transportation has a few tips and tricks to make the purchase a success. a Take your time. Comment?
Dec 23, 2016 | via KDIN-TV Johnston
The fossil fuel industry receives a lump of coal in its stocking. Aging river infrastructure receives a gift card for a makeover. Comment?
31 min ago | via Sunday Herald
THE UK's biggest banks will reveal annual results next week amid fears of more job losses and as the sector continues to pay for past scandals. Aside from the beleaguered Royal Bank of Scotland , all of the main lenders are expected to show solid profits, with surging stock markets helping those with investment banking operations. Comment?
38 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
"Given that at the time interest rate increases were on the horizon, being new buyers we wanted to get settled in before exploring other options." It seems others have the same idea. Comment?
41 min ago | via Newsday
First-time buyers in Scotland are on average about A 860 a year better off than those who rent, according to figures from Bank of Scotland. The average monthly costs associated with buying a three-bedroom house, including mortgage payments, was A 522 in December 2016. Comment?
55 min ago | via South China Morning Post
The budget is expected to outline relief measures to help boost the economy, improve livelihoods and benefit different commercial sectors through the likes of one-off cash handouts and waivers for small and medium-sized enterprises. Cheung hopes the government can provide more resources to schools for staffing so teachers have more time to attend to their students' well-being, as well as be more effective in "screening" for students who have mental issues. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Boston.com
In a divided Washington, where few issues generate bipartisan support, relief from financial regulations for smaller banks seems to be a singular exception. As President Trump, Republican members of Congress, and bank lobbyists look to overhaul banking rules put in place after the 2008 financial crisis, some regulatory advocates agree that targeted changes for smaller institutions are needed. Comment?
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