Midland Real Estate News
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Feb 15, 2016 | via The City Wire
Agents in the Fort Smith metro area should be pleased with January home sales volume up 37% in Sebastian County and 31% in Crawford County over the same month last year. It's certainly a good start to 2016. Comment?
Oct 19, 2015 | via thecitywire.com
Agents across Sebastian and Crawford counties reported mixed home sales data for September. The metro area's combined home sales valued more than $23.16 million, declining 4.2% from the same month last year. Comment?
6 hrs ago | via NWAonline
The number of houses sold in Arkansas in the first half of 2016 surpassed pre-recession totals, according to statistics released Thursday by the Arkansas Realtors Association. For the first half of the year, 16,370 homes were sold in the 43-county area surveyed by the association. Comment?
Dec 11, 2014 | via Arkansas Times
Arkansas's landlord tenant laws work well for honest landlords, too well for slumlords, and they don't work at all for honest tenants. Disputes between landlords and tenants are inevitable, and Arkansas needs laws that capture the worst players on both sides without abandoning good tenants or overburdening good landlords. Comment?
Wednesday | via E! Online
It's no secret that reality television shows don't always tell the full story , occasionally adding or removing certain aspects of the truth. The ability to decide what the public sees is a blessing and a curse for those who have chosen to live their day-to-day lives in front of cameras. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via NWAonline
The U.S. economy has expanded at a modest pace since mid-May amid "slight" price pressures and some softening in consumer spending, a report Wednesday from the Federal Reserve's 12 districts showed. "The outlook was generally positive across broad segments of the economy including retail sales, manufacturing, and real estate," according to the Fed's latest Beige Book, an economic survey by reserve banks published eight times a year. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 12 | via NWAonline
Arkansas home sales jumped 14.4 percent in May compared with a year earlier, the 21st straight month that sales have increased, the Arkansas Realtors Association said. There were 3,344 homes sold in May, up from 2,924 in May 2015. Comment?
1 min ago | via Star Tribune
During July, builders were issued 480 permits to build 1,109 units in the metro area, according to data compiled by the Keystone Report for the Builders Association of the Twin Cities. That was a 1 percent increase in permits and a 25 percent increase in new units over last year. Comment?
2 min ago | via National Public Radio
On the one hand, gasoline was cheap and unemployment was low. Real estate values were rising, helping average homeowners build wealth. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Hastings Tribune
Housing developers and the city want to increase affordable housing in Bend. But with skyrocketing property values and dozens of people moving to Bend each month, developers often struggle to find ways to break even when building homes for Bend's poorest residents. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Age
Diminishing dividends by the global miners and a pull-back in profits by the big banks are on the cards as reporting season gets underway next week. When Commonwealth Bank reports its annual results on August 10, a focal point for many investors will be its profit margins. Comment?
7 min ago | via Daily Mail
Now Ford blames Brexit as it warns of job losses and rising car prices due to A 750m hit from Britain's decision to quit the EU It is latest firm to blame EU vote after Lloyds faced online backlash for stating Brexit is the reason it is cutting 3,000 jobs and closing branches The car manufacturer - the biggest brand in Britain - said last month's vote to leave the EU could cost the firm A 750million and said it would be forced to 'claw that back' through hiking prices for customers. The devaluation of the pound - which has fallen 11 per cent against the dollar since the June 23 vote - and an expected slowdown in UK car sales would cost the firm A 150million this year alone. Comment?
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