Valley Station Real Estate News
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Jun 24, 2016 | via WLKY-TV Louisville
Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend - a roundup of stories that can't wait till Monday. Comment?
May 6, 2016 | via Martinsburg Journal
A $20,000 funding request by Jefferson County Sheriff Pete Dougherty to pay for an appraisal of the historic Shepherd's Mill property was approved by the county commissioners at Thursday's county commission meeting. Dougherty said the money will be used for the appraisal of the estate of the late Patrinka Kelch, which includes the historic Shepherd's Mill property as well as personal items. Comment?
Apr 24, 2016 | via WDRB-TV Louisville
In 2004, the house at 3511 Hale Avenue in the Chickasaw neighborhood became so run-down that Louisville Metro demolished it at taxpayers' expense. Long abandoned by its owners, the Hale Avenue property continued to languish for more than a decade as a vacant, overgrown lot. Comment?
Jan 25, 2016 | via WDRB-TV Louisville
The Louisville-area home market posted solid gains in sales and prices in 2015, according to year-end figures released Monday by the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors. The association said its member agents sold 12 percent more houses and condos in 2015 than in 2014, while median sales price of $155,500 was up nearly 6 percent in 2015 from the year before. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via WMDT
That popping sound you hear from Wall Street isn't the latest bubble bursting. It's champagne corks. Comment?
May 11, 2016 | via The Intelligencer
When the transaction is consummated, WesBanco will provide banking services through 177 branch locations in five states. The transaction will expand WesBanco's franchise by 36 offices located throughout the Louisville, Elizabethtown, Lexington and Evansville metropolitan statistical areas. Comment?
May 2, 2016 | via The Raw Story
"It is a political version of book burning," Corley told the newspaper. "And the fact is, I'm not in favor of book burning." 1 comment
Apr 2, 2016 | via Columbia Magazine
Chamber Insights for December 2008: Complete issue If on front page, click on headline for complete December 2008 Chamber Insights Welcome to Chamber Insights - December 2008 The monthly newsletter of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce. Editor and feature writer: Sue Stivers President's Message: Donna Stotts Feature Writer: Ramie Hutchison The Purpose of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce is to Promote and Enhance the Business, Cultural, Educational and Civic Well Being of Columbia and Adair County. Comment?
Mar 19, 2016 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
" As a boxer and humanitarian, Muhammad Ali stood out. So does the bright pink home in Kentucky where he shadowboxed and played pranks on his brother. Comment?
3 min ago | via Daily Mail
The bank, which is 22 years older than the Bank of England and caters to the well-heeled, has revealed that earlier this year 'in response to a possible downturn in prime London property prices we tightened our lending criteria'. Tightened criteria: Britain's oldest bank, C Hoare and Co, has pulled back on lending to the London housing market The bank said: 'Growth in London appears to have slowed in recent months and is turning negative in some parts of the capital. Comment?
5 min ago | via This Is Money
London housebuilder Berkeley group is on the brink of dropping out of the FTSE 100 list of the UK's leading companies and gold miner Polymetal is set to take its place. The London Stock Exchange will this week shuffle the membership of the blue-chip index for the first time since the vote to leave the European Union. Comment?
11 min ago | via SFGate
In short, buyers outnumber the available homes for sale, especially in lower-priced units, and affordability is becoming a big problem. On Tuesday, the Census Bureau said new home sales jumped 12.4% in July to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 654,000, the highest since October 2007. Comment?
59 min ago | via TheStreet.com
Subprime credit cards specifically target those with terrible credit and lock them into high interest and myriad fees. Secured cards, despite a hefty deposit, are there to help. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The Hastings Tribune
The owner of two Vermont ski resorts who's accused of defrauding foreign investors of more than $200 million through a visa program is asking a judge to release some of his frozen assets to pay his legal fees. Comment?
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