Rebersburg Real Estate News
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Jan 2, 2016 | via Statecollege.com
The local real estate community is mourning the loss of two prominent businessmen, partners, and friends, after the deaths of Ralph F. Brower, 82, on Dec. 16 and Fredrick J. Kissinger on Dec. 22. Brower and Kissinger were partners in Kissinger, Bigatel and Brower Realtors, which was formed with KBB Broker of Record Mark Bigatel in 1993. The company has been instrumental in the development of the Centre Region since its very early roots in 1933. 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?
2 min ago | via The Republic
That's what New York real estate experts have dubbed a lineup of a half-dozen new superluxury skyscrapers overlooking Central Park that are home to some of the world's most expensive apartments. One penthouse on the 89th and 90th floors of a skyscraper near Carnegie Hall that went for more than $100 million seems almost a bargain compared to what will appear next year in a high-rise being built on Central Park South: a 23,000-square-foot, four-story apartment offered at a $250 million. Comment?
4 min ago | via USA Today
You'd better contact your financial institutions stat and close or separate all shared accounts, including credit cards, home loans and mortgages. Why your ex is still on your credit report You'd better contact your financial institutions stat and close or separate all shared accounts, including credit cards, home loans and mortgages. Comment?
12 min ago | via The Island Packet
A luxury 90-floor apartment skyscraper called "One57," left, rises above all other buildings overlooking Central Park, while a crane sits atop ongoing construction for a new condominium skyscraper at 220 Central Park South, Thursday May 26, 2016, in New York. A penthouse in One57 went for $100.5 million in 2014, but an apartment in the new condominium is expected to sell for $250 million. Comment?
19 min ago | via Live Charts
AstraZeneca, the UK's second-biggest drug developer, will this week outline its next big hope in the battle against cancer by unveiling new data on a class of treatments, known as DNA damage response medicines, at a conference in Chicago. The drugs work by stopping cancerous cells repairing themselves, in effect by blocking them from attracting the proteins needed to regenerate, as well as proving much less damaging to the body than chemotherapy. Comment?
26 min ago | via TheStreet.com
In the holiday-shortened week ahead, here's how to determine whether this uncertain market is bullish, bearish, or merely "resting." In a famous "Monty Python's Flying Circus" sketch, a man who bought a "Norwegian Blue" parrot brings the obviously dead bird back to the pet shop for a refund. Comment?
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