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Aug 18, 2015 | via Builder
MONEY has released this year's version of its annual Best Places to Live study, which cross-references a wealth of cold hard data--including home prices, property taxes, population trends, income and job data--with a generous helping of local flavor and context to arrive at the nation's greatest towns. The research is comprehensive and the presentation is feature-rich. Comment?
May 1, 2015 | via FindLaw
HEAVICAN, C.J., WRIGHT, CONNOLLY, MCCORMACK, and CASSEL, JJ. Douglas W. Ruge for appellants. Comment?
Aug 3, 2015 | via Custer County Chief
For families dreaming of owning their own home, but uncertain about how to make that dream a reality, the Central Nebraska Housing Developers will conduct a REACH-Approved Homebuyer Educational workshop in Ord in August. This workshop will be held at the Ord Housing Authority, 2410 K Street, on August 20 & 27, from 6-10 p.m. both evenings. Comment?
Jul 23, 2015 | via North Platte Bulletin
In about two months, $5,100 has been raised to install a historical marker on U.S. Highway 83 remembering the village of DeWitty. DeWitty was the longest lasting and most successful rural black settlement in Nebraska. Comment?
Jun 2, 2015 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
U.S home prices continued their upward climb in April, with CoreLogic reporting a 2.7 percent monthly advance, moving the year-on-year gain up to 6.8 percent. This forward motion represents 38 months of consecutive year-over-year increases in home prices. Comment?
Mar 23, 2015 | via KFOR-AM Lincoln
An Omaha real estate agent accused of running a sports bookmaking operation has temporarily lost his real estate license. The Nebraska Real Estate Commission voted to suspend the license of 44-year-old Todd Bartusek for 18 months. Comment?
Feb 20, 2015 | via NWAonline
St. Vincent features Bill Murray taking on the atypical Bill Murray role of Vincent MacKenna, a cranky Vietnam vet who lives with his cat in a messy row house in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, where he tolerates a few associates who don't quite pass as friends. Aside from the people he sees in drinking establishments, there's Daka , a Russian working girl who's pregnant by someone other than Vincent, and Zucko , a racetrack bookie to whom Vin owes a considerable sum. Comment?
10 min ago | via Connecticut Post
Only 0.9% of housing units in Connecticut were built since 2010, the second-lowest proportion among the states, and just 6.9% between 2000 and 2009, the third-lowest rate in the country." - Business Insider Click here to see some of the oldest homes on the market in Connecticut 10. North Dakota What makes it different: Income and economy "While the oil boom has begun to turn into a bust, the effects of the explosive growth in fracking can still be felt in North Dakota. Comment?
10 min ago | via The Daily News
One of Memphis' tallest buildings could come under new ownership as First Tennessee Bank looks to sell its Downtown tower at 165 Madison Ave . David Popwell , the bank's president and COO, said that First Tennessee is evaluating the 509,000-square-foot building as part of its ongoing facilities plan. Comment?
16 min ago | via New Hampshire Public Radio -
A former president of the U.N. General Assembly, John Ashe, is accused of accepting more than $1.3 million in bribes in return for his support of a real estate project in Macau, according to U.S. court documents . Ashe is a former U.N. ambassador for Antigua and Barbuda who led the general assembly from 2013 to 2014. Comment?
19 min ago | via Herald Gazette
The City Council will vote at its Oct. 14 meeting on whether to grant initial approval to ordinance amendments aimed at regulating short-term vacation rentals, which city officials refer to as transient residential accommodations. Those favoring the amendments say the ordinances need to be updated to reflect changes in the lodging industry. Comment?
24 min ago | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Florida lags behind other states in using federal mortgage assistance money to help desperate homeowners facing foreclosure, and Florida has only drawn on half of the $1 billion available, according to a critical report released Tuesday. The report by the Special Inspector General for Troubled Asset Relief Program said only 22,400 homeowners have been helped by the Hardest Hit Fund in Florida, even though almost 110,000 homeowners have applied to the program. Comment?
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