Meshoppen Real Estate News
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Monday May 2 | via Pocono Record
One Poconos home builder is defying the odds in a challenging market by selling more homes, at much higher prices, than his competitors. The total number of Monroe County home sales increased last year by more than 10 percent, but the average sale price dropped by five percent from 2014, according to an analysis by certified appraiser Joe Fisher. Comment?
Feb 10, 2016 | via Times News
Monroe County Habitat for Humanity is looking for working people in the Pocono Mountain area who may qualify to partner with them to own a home in Blakeslee. The home is 5 years old with geothermal heat, four bedrooms and will sell for $79,000 with an interest-free mortgage. Comment?
Oct 5, 2015 | via Pocono Record
Residential rental prices are climbing while the local market is tightening, according to real estate professionals. That's good news for landlords but potentially devastating for renters. Comment?
Sep 13, 2015 | via Pocono Record
Abandoned homes are creating blight in some neighborhoods. Overgrown lawns and shrubbery, broken windows and deteriorating exteriors are among the complaints Polk Township Supervisor Chairman and Roadmaster Brian Ahner said the township has received. Comment?
Aug 1, 2015 | via Pocono Record
The business, headquartered in East Stroudsburg, includes 16 Realtors and four full-time employees including Wilkins, the firm's broker/owner. Re/Max Crossroads was launched 10 years ago by Lori Ann Giovinco. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via Bangkok Post
Asia stocks jumped Wednesday building on a strong lead from Wall Street and Europe, and as investors adjusted to the prospect of a US rate hike in the near future. Energy stocks soared in Hong Kong and Sydney as oil prices rebounded, while in Tokyo exporters were lifted by a weaker yen, which is a plus for their profitability. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via The Washington Post
President Obama, Michelle Obama and their daughters, Sasha, left, and Malia, board Air Force One in Chicago on Nov. 7, 2012. It's a terrific nugget for the cocktail party circuit. Comment?
Monday May 23 | via Cross Roads News
Millionaire Jim Barksdale, who wants to leave the business world for the U.S. Senate, says the burdens of underemployment and income inequality hurt everyone. "People can't grow businesses when others don't have enough money to buy your cars, buy your houses," he said. Comment?
Thursday May 19 | via Philly.com
Alan J. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter. Author of three books, he was "The Gadgeteer" on the Discovery Channel's Home Matters and president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors. Comment?
Wednesday May 18 | via St. Petersburg Times
Hernando County's search for an eco-friendly method of solid waste disposal - a process supposedly insulated from politics - has turned into a clash between opposing camps of influential business leaders. On one side is the company chosen last month as first pick by the County Commission for the multimillion-dollar job of turning waste to energy, Freedom Energy Hernando LLC. Its local backers include Brooksville businessman Tom Barnette, who has political ties to County Commissioners Wayne Dukes, Nick Nicholson and Diane Rowden - and who stands to benefit financially if Freedom Energy holds on to the job. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Waco Tribune-Herald
This home near South Eighth Street and Interstate 35 was boarded up several months ago in preparation for demolition to make room for commercial development. Boarded-up homes on South 10th Street will fall to the wrecking ball as commercial development near Interstate 35 approaches. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Denver Post
Congress is finalizing the SAVE Act after it recently passed the Senate. The act will provide affordable financing for home-energy improvements, reduce utility bills, improve the environment and spark job creation in the housing and energy-efficiency industries. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Albany Times Union
Robert McCormick, left, president and CEO of Trustco Bank, and Fr. Kevin Mullen, president of Siena College during dedication ceremonies for Siena's new Trustco Bank Center in Colonie, NY, Friday July 26, 2013. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Albany Times Union
Jeffrey B. Gerard joined as senior vice president and chief risk officer. Gerard has 33 years of financial experience and previously served as senior vice president and chief operations officer at Keesler Federal Credit Union in Biloxi, Miss. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Sunday Herald
I have surprised myself at how passionate I feel about the referendum debate and the compelling case for Scotland and the UK to remain part of the European Union. I studied the history of Europe at university and relish the fact that I have lived in the peace of post-war Europe throughout my life, when our predecessors suffered conflict roughly every twenty years. Comment?
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