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Friday Aug 19 | via PennLive.com
Megan Rowe of Dauphin County was named internal communications manager for American Water's Mid-Atlantic Division. Rowe is based in the company's Hershey area office and will provide communications support for operations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 27 | via GlobeNewswire
Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania , parent company of Univest Bank and Trust Co. and its insurance, investments and equipment financing subsidiaries, today announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2016. Comment?
May 18, 2016 | via PennLive.com
Dan E. Shapiro has joined Saxton & Stump, a service health care litigation firm. He has joined the firm's office in West Earl Twp., Lancaster County. Comment?
Jan 7, 2016 | via Business Wire
Proceeds from the bonds will refund a portion of the series 2009 A and B bonds, fund a 53 unit independent living expansion, and pay for cost of issuance. Bonds are expected to sell via negotiation the week of January 19. Mortgage lien on, and security interest in, the WVC's facilities and a first lien and security interest in all its gross revenues. Comment?
Jan 2, 2016 | via The Lebanon Daily News
Pipelines could affect property values Natural gas pipelines could also impact owners' wallets. Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/1OA3grC The Mariner East pipeline project routes ethane and propane from Ohio, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania to a processing station in Marcus Hook. Comment?
Wednesday | via PennLive.com
After PennLive posted its first list of dead and dying malls in Pennsylvania, we asked our readers which malls they would add to the list. Harrisburg Mall opened in 1969 as Harrisburg East Mall. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 10 | via PennLive.com
Boyer & Ritter LLC in East Pennsboro Twp. has hired five new accountants: Daniel Ryan graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2015; Emily J. Griffith previously worked with two area accounting firms; Jordan Sallavanti graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2015; Christine Shontz graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and Evan J. Dickinson graduated from Moravian College and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2012. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 9 | via The Pike County Courier
Location, location, location are the three most important words in real estate - and in education. Indeed, where you live doesn't just affect the value of your property, it also reflects the worth of your college degree, the same degree that may have put you in debt. Comment?
Monday Aug 1 | via Northern Michigan News
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates declined this week after rising for three straight weeks, continuing to lure prospective homebuyers. A long-delayed industrial museum in a shuttered Pennsylvania steel plant has finally blown the factory whistle and opened the punch clock for visitors, after nearly 20 years of planning. Comment?
Monday Aug 1 | via National Mortgage News
The Montgomery County, Pa., real estate investment firm that defaulted on a $56 million mortgage for the former DHL distribution center in Upper Macungie Township has agreed to allow lender U.S. Bank to foreclose. In a court filing this week, U.S. Bank and Bryn Mawr-based HSP Lehigh Valley Warehouse said the commercial real estate firm had agreed to cooperate in the foreclosure sale of the half-million-square-foot warehouse at 910 Nestle Way as part of a settlement. Comment?
2 min ago | via KRMG-AM Tulsa
A real estate agency's sign reading in Italian "On Sale" hangs from the balcony of a partially collapsed house in Arquata del Tronto, central Italy, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, two days after an earthquake. Strong aftershocks rattled residents and rescue crews alike Friday as hopes began to dim that rescuers would find any more survivors from Italy's earthquake. Comment?
2 min ago | via St. Petersburg Times
For the second straight year, the City Council on Thursday will consider creating a new fee to pay for an ambitious plan to lessen the chronic street flooding Tampa sees from a heavy summer thunderstorm. Last year, the council voted to raise the existing fee that pays to clean out ditches and ponds, sweep streets and unplug storm drain outfalls that empty into Tampa Bay. Comment?
4 min ago | via Glendale Register
Home sales in July dropped again for the fifth consecutive month. Despite the drop in transactions, home price increases have 2016 on track to be the best year for home prices since the recession. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Employment News
Job Description: Are you looking to take your real estate career to the next level? Keller Williams wants to help make this become a reality. If you are looking to thrive in any market condition, then you have to join our team. Comment?
Saturday Aug 20 | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Slattery cites data from MLS listings that shows that sales in West Vancouver fell 94% year-on-year from August 1 to 14. Three homes were sold in the area, versus 52 in the same period last year. Meanwhile, the latest numbers from the Canadian Real Estate Association show that national home sales fell for a third straight month in July, led by Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley. Comment?
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