Meridian Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Meridian, ID continually updated from thousands of sources.
Apr 6, 2016 | via Realtor Magazine
Tami McHugh considers herself a lifelong learner. When she found out she could obtain a master's degree in real estate from the newly accredited REALTOR University through the National Association of REALTORS , she knew it was right for her. Comment?
Apr 4, 2016 | via Post Register
Kneaders, a Utah-based bakery and cafe chain popular with many eastern Idahoans, has plans to open in Sand Creek Commons by the end of July this year, according to papers filed last week at the Ammon Building Department office. The building permit filed March 30 shows plans for building of 4,214 square feet, with a kitchen and serving area of 2,226 square feet and a seating area of 1,618 square feet. Comment?
Jan 5, 2016 | via Business Wire
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Mar 23, 2016 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The head of Belgium's terrorism threat body says that is why the country is keeping the terrorism threat level at its highest level, which means there is a danger of an imminent attack. The front-runners win the biggest prize in Arizona, but Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders wins caucuses in Utah and Idaho, while Ted Cruz claims the Republican caucuses in Utah. Comment?
Feb 25, 2016 | via Courthouse News Service
Idaho politicians are paving the way for the oil and gas industry to frack the state and spend tax dollars to provide the industry with information it can hide from the public, stripping landowners of property rights and due process, a grassroots coalition claims. Citizens Allied for Integrity and Accountability held a public rally Monday at the statehouse after the Idaho Senate Resources Committee approved S.B. 1339 Friday as an "emergency" trade-secrets bill. Comment?
Feb 22, 2016 | via The Spokesman-Review
In her Eye on Boise column Sunday, Betsy Russell explains how your Republican legislators might be trying to raise your property taxes by messing with the homeowners exemption: Legislation to remove the annual inflation index from the homeowner's exemption has cleared a Senate committee and is headed for a final vote in the full Senate. The Idaho Association of Realtors, which is pushing the bill, says having the maximum exemption indexed to the ups and downs of Idaho housing prices has led to instability and unpredictability, and meant the maximum exemption went down during the recession, when homeowners needed relief the most. Comment?
Feb 21, 2016 | via The Spokesman-Review
Legislation to remove the annual inflation index from the homeowner's exemption has cleared a Senate committee and is headed for a final vote in the full Senate. The Idaho Association of Realtors, which is pushing the bill, says having the maximum exemption indexed to the ups and downs of Legislation to remove the annual inflation index from the homeowner's exemption has cleared a Senate committee and is headed for a final vote in the full Senate. Comment?
Feb 18, 2016 | via The Spokesman-Review
Dan Bloxsom of the Idaho Association of Counties told the Senate Tax Committee on HB 431, the bill to remove indexing from the homeowners exemption, "Over time, this will end up in a net tax shift." He said, "If the Legislature is uncomfortable with this housing price index, we have a couple of ideas maybe putting in a sunset. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Chronicle Herald
A panel struck to restore faith in British Columbia's real estate industry is calling for hefty fines of up to $500,000 for misconduct and measures to end aggressive marketing. The advisory group was launched by the Real Estate Council of B.C. in February amid allegations that some agents were deceiving clients to rack up commissions and inflate prices in Metro Vancouver's overheated housing market. Comment?
6 min ago | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Home prices in the region are rising, but at only half the rate of the national averages, the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index reported Tuesday. As the nation continues to recover from the worst housing downturn in decades, single-family values rose 2.6 percent in the New York metropolitan area in the 12 months ending in April, compared with 5 percent nationwide, Case-Shiller reported. Comment?
8 min ago | via Agassiz Harrison Observer
A four-month probe of alleged wrongdoing in the real estate industry has recommended wide-ranging reforms, including higher disciplinary penalties of up to $250,000 for realtor misconduct, and up to $500,000 for agencies. The Independent Advisory Group chaired by B.C. Superintendent of Real Estate Carolyn Rogers has issued 28 recommendations, many of which are designed to bolster protection of the public against unscrupulous activity. Comment?
11 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
They currently have $22.00 target price on the stock. According to Zacks, "Recently, American Capital Agency has inked a deal to acquire its external manager American Capital Mortgage Management, which is likely to add to shareholders' value in the long run. Comment?
13 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Allegiance Bancshares, Inc. operates as a bank holding company. The Company offers banking products and services primarily to small and medium-sized businesses and individual customers, through its subsidiaries. Comment?
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