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Apr 19, 2016 | via Red Bluff Daily News
Parade participants ride the Bartels float Saturday in the 61st annual Red Bluff Round-Up Parade in honor of long-time teacher and real estate agent Linda McCay who passed away recently. McCay was instrumental in the Shasta College Film Festival held during the 11 Days of Round-Up. Comment?
Feb 19, 2016 | via Red Bluff Daily News
The Tehama County Association of Realtors recently celebrated 50 years of Realtor Excellence with an awards dinner at the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning. More than 140 guests were in attendance, enjoying and celebrating many memories of the past 50 years. Comment?
Dec 9, 2015 | via Red Bluff Daily News
Kelly Guides Bev Hartshorn and Larry Ridgel, dressed in Victorian apparel, talk with visitors Saturday at the 50th anniversary Christmas celebration at the Kelly-Griggs Museum, 311 Washington St. RED BLUFF >> The Kelly-Griggs House Museum, an 1880s Victorian at 311 Washington St., celebrated its 50th anniversary Saturday at the annual Christmas party. “Records we have found indicate more than 500 people have served as guides here since about 1968-1969,” Board Secretary Christine Wyman said. Comment?
Nov 25, 2015 | via Red Bluff Daily News
RED BLUFF >> An ordinance setting development impact fees for new construction was approved 4-1 with Supervisor Candy Carlson as the lone no vote at Tuesday's Tehama County Board of Supervisors meeting. Carlson objects to the development impact fee because it places a heavy burden on a few people rather than the community as a whole, she said. Comment?
Aug 19, 2015 | via Red Bluff Daily News
I think it was Moms Mabley who stated, “It takes a village to buy an old theater.” Ok, maybe Moms didn't say that, but I am pretty sure she would have if she had been a part of the effort to purchase, restore and operate the historic State Theatre. Comment?
Thursday | via Washington Times
The cost of housing is so high in urban areas of California that paying for rent or a mortgage routinely eats up half of a household's income, or more, visiting desperation not just on the working poor but increasingly the middle class. The problem is so severe that East Coast media have a new genre: housing horror stories from the Golden State, such as one about the Silicon Valley fire department where 15 well-paid firefighters commute from more than 100 miles away. Comment?
Wednesday May 25 | via Freshnews
According to recent data from LERETA, a leading national real estate tax and flood service provider, the Northeast region has the highest property tax bill average at $4,991 . The information studied was collected for the most current billing cycles as of January 2015 through April 2016. Comment?
Wednesday May 25 | via Pleasanton Weekly
Higher wages and lower seasonal home prices combined to push California housing affordability higher in the first quarter of 2016, compared to the previous quarter. According to a new report by the the California Association of Realtors, affordability was flat when compared to the previous year as rising home prices offset income gains. Comment?
Wednesday May 25 | via The Wave
As someone who grew up in California, I have seen my home state go from a place where hard work and education made dreams come true to a place where high taxes, overregulation and lack of educational opportunities are keeping people down and driving jobs away. Helping restore the American Dream in California starts with working to make California affordable. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via TheStreet.com
The luxury home builder beat expectations, reassuring analysts that its California sales will pick up and that a rate hike would not have a huge impact on earnings going forward. Apart from drooping California sales, Toll Brothers announced nothing but good tidings in its fiscal second quarter as the aging population of America and investments in multi-family housing began to pay dividends. Comment?
1 hr ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
OceanFirst Financial Corp. saw a significant decline in short interest in May. As of May 13th, there was short interest totalling 469,989 shares, a decline of 59.9% from the April 29th total of 1,172,974 shares. Approximately 3.5% of the shares of the stock are short sold. Comment?
1 hr ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
MainSource Financial Group Inc. announced a quarterly dividend on Tuesday, May 17th. Shareholders of record on Monday, June 6th will be given a dividend of 0.15 per share by the financial services provider on Wednesday, June 15th. Comment?
1 hr ago | via New York Daily News
In one of his most effective applause lines, Bernie Sanders rails that prosecutors failed to convict a single top Wall Streeter in connection with the mortgage fraud that crippled the U.S. economy. He implies that, for hidden and nefarious reasons, the Justice Department was not aggressive enough in pursuing big bankers - when, in fact, the fault resided in statutes that made proving criminal fraud exceedingly difficult. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Mail
Is it time to cash in your buy-to-let? We take a look at whether the figures still add up for landlords Biggest financial concerns are the extra 3 per cent stamp duty on buy-to-let property purchases and the reduction in tax relief available to landlords If you're a buy-to-let investor, you'd be forgiven for feeling rather despondent following the Chancellor's recent crackdown. A stamp duty hike for buy-to-let purchases has already arrived - with a corresponding spike in sales beforehand - and mortgage interest relief for tax on rental income will start to be hacked back next April. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Manawatu Evening Standard
The Government may be denying the hot-property interest of Chinese investors but real estate agents are opting for the reverse tactic in a wave of new marketing material being sent out to homeowners. Ray White's Mt Albert branch in Auckland recently posted a flyer to local residents about a "new generation of Chinese investors" looking to make their "presence felt" in the property market. Comment?
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