Robbinsdale Real Estate News
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Sep 30, 2015 | via Daily Kos
Believe it or not, after months of negotiations, and after both AFSCME 3800 and AFSCME 3937 have filed for mediation, the University of Minnesota is still offering its unionized staff cost of living raises of less than 1%! The petition delivery 2 weeks ago has had no discernible impact yet. So yesterday we held a larger rally, scheduled just before AFSCME 3800's negotiating team met with management. Comment?
Sep 8, 2015 | via FindLaw
Considered and decided by JOHNSON, Presiding Judge; KIRK, Judge; and TOUSSAINT, Judge.* Gary Van Winkle, Andrew P. Schaffer, Galen Robinson, Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, Minneapolis, MN, for appellant. Donald Driggs, Spring Park, MN, pro se respondent. Comment?
Aug 19, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Bell State Bank & Trust and Sterling Real Estate Trust have partnered to buy Northland Plaza, a prominent 15-story tower near the intersection of Interstate 494 and France Avenue in Bloomington, for $52.5 million. The Fargo, N.D.-based companies last Thursday finalized the purchase of 3800 W. American Blvd. from MetLife, according to public documents. Comment?
Aug 15, 2015 | via Star Tribune
North Minneapolis residents still reeling from the Great Recession offered a surprising reaction when developers unveiled plans to build homes that would sell for up to $300,000. They won't sell, members of a neighborhood board said. Comment?
Jun 19, 2015 | via Star Tribune
The push by East Phillips activists for a green-oriented business center in their neighborhood has a familiar ring for people with long memories . The neighborhood opposed another government facility proposed for the area back in the early 1990s. Comment?
Oct 13, 2015 | via City Pages
In rural America a firm handshake means something. Molecular gastronomy does not. Comment?
Oct 3, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Lena Olive Smith, Minnesota's first black woman lawyer, was a real estate agent when she began going to law school at night, prompted by inequities she had seen for clients. More than a million people turned out 50 years ago, many with blankets to blunt the 38-degree chill in Washington, D.C. They'd come to watch the inauguration of President Lyndon Johnson - sworn in for a full term less than 14 months after being thrust into the job by John Kennedy's assassination. Comment?
Oct 1, 2015 | via TwinCities
Labor and social justice groups campaigning against Minnesota's largest banks have taken their fight to St. Paul teacher contract negotiations. Minnesotans for a Fair Economy and their allies are blaming U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo for what they say is the state's underinvestment in K-12 education. Comment?
Sep 28, 2015 | via KSTP
Several insurers are pushing premium hikes, ranging from 20 to more than 50 percent, for Minnesotans who have purchased individual insurance plans. The rate increases would not apply to those insured through their employer. Comment?
Sep 12, 2015 | via MySanAntonio.com
A year ago, Kim and Ryan Kasl found themselves stretched, stressed and exhausted. They were both working full-time while raising two children. Comment?
6 min ago | via Mortgage News Daily
Mortgage rates held steady today on average, with a few lenders improving almost imperceptibly. The most prevalently-quoted conventional 30yr fixed rate remains 4.0% with more than a few lenders still up at 4.125%. Comment?
9 min ago | via Business Times
Knight Frank expects home prices in that region to rise 5% next year, versus just 2% in prime central London So far this year, prices in the 32 boroughs in Greater London have risen 10 per cent, compared to just one per cent in prime central London. Liam Bailey, Knight Frank's global head of research, who was recently in Singapore for a client event, told The Business Times in an interview that he expects prices to grow 2 per cent in central London in 2016. Comment?
12 min ago | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
My wife and I are on Baby Step 3 of your plan. When we have standard car repairs, I want to use the emergency fund. Comment?
30 min ago | via Insurance News Net
The Defect Index reflects estimated mortgage loan defect rates over time, by geography and by loan type. It's available as an interactive tool that can be tailored to showcase trends by category, including amortization type, lien position, loan purpose, property and transaction types, as well as state and market comparisons of mortgage loan defect levels. Comment?
31 min ago | via Mail on Sunday
Banks look set to use the Government's new first-time buyer Isa as a cash cow - by paying a pittance in interest to young savers. The flagship tax-free Help To Buy savings accounts, which give those saving for a house deposit a 25 per cent bonus, were intended to provide a major boost to anyone hoping to get on the property ladder. Comment?
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