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May 25, 2016 | via Herald Gazette
From left to right, John Gilbert, Mary Marchini, Realtor Corie Skidgel from Better Homes and Gardens The Masiello Group, Realtor Fran Riley, Owner of United Realty and Dr. Paul Stewart, Jr. Fran Riley and Roland Littlefield, Co-Owners of United Realty in Belfast, are delighted to announce the sale of Dr. Paul Stewart's property here in Belfast, to John Gilbert and Mary Marchini. Paul has been a resident of Belfast for many years. Comment?
May 12, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Would you like to own your own home? Are you living in a building that doesn't seem safe? Do you worry that your children might be getting lead poisoning or be breathing mold? Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County may be able to help you. Our mission is to eliminate substandard housing by building simple, energy-efficient and safe housing in Waldo County. Comment?
Feb 1, 2016 | via Planning
Feb. 01 -- THORNDIKE, Maine -- A century ago, the small Waldo County farming community of Thorndike was a bustling town on the railroad line with an active grain mill, a department store, a cheese factory, an inn, a theater and even an automobile dealership. Asked what it's like today, and Diana Prizio , who owns the Garden Variety antique and home goods shop in downtown Thorndike -- population 890 at the last census -- doesn't mince words. Comment?
Jan 21, 2016 | via Republican Journal
A new granite bench, first on the left as one walks east across the Armistice Bridge, was dedicated to the late Peg Worth on Friday, Jan. 15. A candlelight ceremony was held on the footbridge to dedicate the bench and plaque in Worth's memory. Worth, an artist and realtor, was honored by a group of her friends and family this past summer by raising money to create a scholarship fund at Waterfall Arts, primarily for young art students. Comment?
Jan 20, 2016 | via The Harbor Times Soup
Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County is seeking a family for its fourth build, this time in the town of Monroe. The organization recently wrapped up construction on a home in Searsmont for a family of three. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 5 | via Insurance Journal West
An apartment house where six people died in a fire had been neglected during foreclosure and lacked alternative exits, allowing several bedrooms to become "death traps" when the blaze spread upstairs, a prosecutor said Monday to open the homeowner's manslaughter trial. The deaths were caused by the "unconscionable conduct" of landlord Gregory Nisbet, who failed to have working smoke detectors, adequate exits and other safety measures, Assistant Attorney General John Alsop said. Comment?
Sep 15, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Maine is home to one of the oldest populations in the country, matched only by the age of its housing stock. The combination of aging residents, fixed incomes and deteriorating housing stock represents an imminent disaster and economic opportunity. Comment?
Sep 14, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
If you Google "loans," you will trigger a bombardment of advertisements for something the lending industry calls "e-loans." Some of these websites claim "Approval in Two Minutes Online," "Online Loans Radically Simple" and "Bad credit? Apply anyway." Comment?
Jul 22, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
Real estate agents across Maine reported 1,960 sales of existing, single-family homes in June, an increase of 9.6% compared with a year earlier. The median price for those homes rose 5.5% to $198,000, according to a report issued Thursday by the Maine Association of Realtors. Comment?
Jul 9, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Army veterans Waylon Holbrook and Brad Howard take a break at the Habitat for Humanity work site. The men, who both fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom, are building Holbrook's new home. Comment?
11 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
She can't buy anything without her partner interrogating her. He leaves her out of financial decisions and she suspects he's keeping money secrets. Comment?
16 min ago | via O-R Online
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a presidential debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. - Associated Press Donald Trump's taxes still have many people scratching their heads: How did he incur such massive losses? What happened in other tax years? Is what he did ... (more) Comment?
17 min ago | via SmyrnaVinings.com
It's time to pig out at South City Kitchen Vinings' sixth annual Hogtoberfest celebration October 20th through October 29th. The dinner menu will showcase a delicious pork-centric menu that features a variety of dishes from nose to tail. Comment?
25 min ago | via The Washington Post
Earlier this year, Mr. and Mrs. Cai, a couple from Shanghai, decided to end their marriage. The rationale wasn't irreconcilable differences; rather, it was a property market bubble. Comment?
26 min ago | via The Washington Post
Asian lenders are spending millions of dollars developing applications using blockchain, a technology that promises to slash transaction costs, expedite cross-border payments and reduce the risk of fraud. Banks active in the region from Standard Chartered Plc to National Australia Bank Ltd. have in recent months started developing and testing systems utilizing the distributed-ledger technology in areas from international fund transfers and trade-finance invoices to cheque issuance. Comment?
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