Seward Real Estate News
Jan 28, 2015 | via Courthouse News Service
The Nebraska Supreme Court upheld dismissal of a lawsuit from a home inspector whom a real estate agent called a "total idiot" in a mass company email. "Exercises in 'name-calling' generally fall under the category of rhetorical hyperbole," the court wrote. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | 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?
Jan 23, 2015 | via KHGI
The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a home inspector who sued a Seward real estate agent and her company over an email she sent calling him a "total idiot." The decision Friday came in a lawsuit filed by Matthew Steinhausen in 2012 against Shelly Nitz, Woods Brothers Realty and HomeServices of Nebraska. Comment?
Jan 10, 2015 | via KTVN Reno
Republicans in Congress and a state supreme court have thrown the political hot potato known as Keystone XL straight back onto President Barack Obama's lap. Congressional Republicans and Nebraska's Supreme Court have shipped the Keystone XL oil pipeline project right back to a reluctant President Barack Obama. Comment?
Oct 27, 2014 | via KRVN-AM Lexington
Furniture store owner Deb Emmert was letting her usual, paying, human customers into her Cedar Falls, Iowa, store on Saturday morning when a four-legged... -- The prosecution in the trial of Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius has indicated it will appeal both Pistorius' culpable homicide conviction as ... Curtis, Neb. - A dog who sorts cattle or sheep in the pasture or corral is worth its weight in gold when it does the job correctly. Comment?
3 min ago | via KION 46
Vacation home purchases made up 21 percent of all home sales last year at an estimated 1.13 million, the highest level since 2003 and a 57 percent increase from 2013, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. The stock market's strong performance and gains in the labor market are creating more confidence among buyers, according to Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist. Comment?
3 min ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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7 min ago | via National Mortgage News
I always enjoy industry conferences. They are great opportunities to meet old friends and make new ones and to discuss pressing industry problems. Comment?
8 min ago | via Greenwich Citizen
Tom Schlotter of Bethel, a home inspector, uses an infrared camera to check for heat and heat loss. Tuesday, March 31, 2015Photo: Scott Mullin Talk to home inspectors in Connecticut, and any number are relieved that the real estate market is finally generating momentum and accelerating demand for their services. Comment?
11 min ago | via New York Daily News
The property, which was at one time the subject of a ludicrous lawsuit over a misspelling of the word 'mazel' in title documents, will be auctioned off April 9, after its previous owner defaulted on nearly $25 million in mortgages attached to the property, the Daily News has learned. Real estate giant the Chetrit Group, owner of the Chelsea Hotel, owns the debt on the building, at 315 W. 35th St., and is a likely bidder on the property. Comment?
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