Sedalia Real Estate News
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Wednesday Jun 10 | via Sedalia Democrat
Billie Barnes of REMAX of Sedalia has spent the past decade helping individuals feel a sense of home in Sedalia and Pettis County. "One of the best parts of my job is helping first time home buyers find their perfect house," Barnes said. Comment?
May 29, 2015 | via Sedalia Democrat
Two incidents have happened over the last few months that put some local realtors in danger while showing homes, and the West Central Association of Realtors is encouraging realtors to take extra caution while on the job. Earlier this year, a female Realtor was set to show a home in a rural area in Benton County when she had an uneasy feeling about the meeting. Comment?
Mar 10, 2015 | via Sedalia News Journal
Over 100 REALTORS from around the state gathered in Columbia on March 4 to participate in the Missouri REALTORS annual Professional Standards Seminar. This one-day seminar focused on increasing professionalism among REALTORS with education and training on business practices. Comment?
Yesterday | via Business Journal
Reporter James Dornbrook writes that federal appeals court rulings curbed two key practices plaintiffs attorneys use in class actions in Missouri. With the U.S. Supreme Court shaking things up nationally the past few weeks, it would be understandable if local business owners missed two landmark cases in Missouri creating important precedents for class-action lawsuits. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 17 | via Business Journal
Toby Martin, a former senior vice president for Duke Realty Corp. in St. Louis, is now the new CEO at NAI DESCO. Comment?
Monday Jun 8 | via News Max
There are many benefits of retiring to Missouri, including affordability and variety that are literally right in the middle of everything. Here are some of the things that might make you decide to live in the Show Me State. Comment?
May 19, 2015 | via The Pitch
Did a downtown Kansas City developer concoct a ruse in front of a city agency en route to tapping public funds for his project? That's what we wondered after reading a curious story in the Kansas City Business Journal about the development of the Commerce Tower at 9th and Main. The story, which was posted on May 13, described how Commerce Tower Group Inc. appeared before the Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City to request additional subsidies to give Commerce Tower a makeover . Comment?
May 11, 2015 | via Missourian
Each week, the Missourian highlights a government record that is available to the public. For a complete list of Show Me the Records, go to http://columbiamissourian.com/records . Comment?
10 min ago | via Inman
StreetEasy's condo price index showed: The value of condos sold in Manhattan during May was 11.6 percent above the market's previous peak in September 2007. With only 3,778 units on the market, May 2015 offered the lowest number of available condo units recorded during any May month spanning the last five years. Comment?
35 min ago | via Republican Journal
Surround yourself in luxury in this fabulous Dutch Colonial home abutting Cape Neddick C. C. & close to Ogunquit. High ceilings, crown molding, elegant design, tasteful decorating, etc. Comment?
57 min ago | via Lowell Sun
Such has been the case for Groton's Affordable Housing Trust, which has had a number of affordable homes intended for lower income families available for purchase for months without any takers. Very slowly, older units have eventually been taken but the same problem persists as new units enter the market such as those at Boynton Meadows, the new subdivision currently rising at 134 Main St. There, a two-bedroom unit in a renovated building that fronts Main Street and serves as the first structure visitors encounter upon entering the newly rising neighborhood, has remained untaken for over a year. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
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1 hr ago | via The Columbus Dispatch
Weary of the headaches, some so-called "accidental landlords" are taking advantage of rising home prices to sell their rentals. Such landlords fell into the rental business unintentionally. Comment?
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