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Rooftop installation of Intecto integrated PV tile

10. September 2015 | By:  Romag The first installation of Romag’s new Intecto integrated PV roof tile has recently been completed in a new housing development in the North East of England. The ground-breaking new concept in building integrated PV combines renewable energy generation with a conventional colour matched tile design to enable the PV cell to blend seamlessly into a conventional roofscape. The first installation of the Intecto integrated PV tile in the UK has recently been com…
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How About an Uber for Real Estate?

How About an Uber for Real Estate?

There’s no shortage of news about Uber and how it is connecting riders with drivers and cutting out the taxi companies. Some cities are fighting the trend and legislating them out of the area, and others are still trying to figure out how this service has become so popular so quickly. This isn’t about that, but it is about connecting buyers and sellers directly and increasing the value for both in the process. I’m thinking that there is an opportunity for retail consumer home buyers to work di…
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Real estate developer Miki Naftali puts lessons from one condo sell-out to good use on the same …

Real estate developer Miki Naftali puts lessons from one condo sell-out to good use on the same …

There aren’t many chances for do-overs in the dog eat dog world of New York City real estate. But developer Miki Naftali has gotten exactly that — not …
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Dallas real estate pioneer, Ebby Halliday, passes at 104

Ebby Halliday Acers, founder of one of the largest residential real estate companies, passed away overnight of natural causes at 104 years old. According to the company’s blog, Ebby founded Ebby Halliday Realtors in 1945, which is based in Dallas. The company has grown to become the largest independently owned residential real estate services company in Texas and ranks 10th in the nation, with 1,700 sales associates. “While we grieve the loss of Ebby, our legendary founder and …
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McDonald: Let VA shed real estate

McDonald: Let VA shed real estate

The Veterans Affairs Department could save $25 million a year if it closed outdated and unused facilities, the VA’s leader said Wednesday. As part of an ongoing lobbying effort to gain more budget flexibility, VA Secretary Robert McDonald has been pressing Congress for permission to dispose of 10 million square feet of space that the department doesn’t use or thinks it does not need. At a military and family forum in Washington, D.C., McDonald asked veterans and military advocates to support the effort, which he said faces an uphill battle from lawmakers. “We need Congress to get the courage to allow us to close these spaces so we can make better use of the money we have,” McDonald said. The VA’s inventory includes hundreds of historic, aging or blighted buildings. Among those popular with veterans is the historic Battle Mountain Sanitarium in Hot Springs, South Dakota, a facility that once served Civil War veterans of the battles of Gettysburg and Antietam and is part of the VA Black Hills Health Care System. But other buildings, like a former quartermaster’s office in Minneapolis, have been vacant for years and fallen into disrepair. According to VA, it has 336 buildings that are vacant or less than half-occupied. The money it takes to manage these properties — $25 million — could hire 200 registered nurses or pay for nearly 150,000 primary care visits and more. But proposing to close buildings is a tough sell. “Members of Congress and others don’t like us to close things in their geographic regions,” McDonald said. In a hearing earlier this year, Florida Rep. Corrine Brown, the senior Democrat on the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, voiced the reticence felt by many lawmakers about shuttering VA facilities. But she also expressed support for a concept similar to a base realignment and closure plan. “We support closing some of the VA facilities … just as long as you don’t close any in Florida,” she joked. “That’s kind of the mentality of the members of Congress. So as we work through it, we’ve got to keep in mind, it is a team effort.” McDonald has pressed for more flexibility, not only to control VA real estate but also to shift money between programs, to cover a budget crunch related to increases in medical costs and disability claims as well to support new construction and hire more personnel. In the past year, the VA has added 1,100 physicians, 3,500 nurses and increased office hours at some facilities by 12 percent, to include nights and weekends, according to the VA. But the department needs resources to build additional capacity and ensure it will be prepared to care for Afghanistan and Iraq veterans in the future, McDonald said. “VA is the canary in the coal mine,” he said. “We see the problems with American medicine before the rest of the country because we are the largest integrated health care system in the country. We see the effects of the aging population before everyone else and need to get ahead of this now.” Staff writer Leo Shane III contributed to this report.
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Salina Crime Report – September 9th

Salina Police are investigating the burglary of a storage shed. Juan Guardado, 1427 W. Republic, says that someone entered the shed located at his residence between 6 a.m. August 31st and 6 a.m. September 5th, and stole several items. The missing items included two yellow and black roofing nail air guns, a gray 3 gallon air compressor, 4 green 100′ air hoses, a gray and red table saw, a silver with red handle Black & Decker circular saw, a red and silver Central Pneumatic 18 gauge fin…
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Infographic: The hottest real estate markets right now

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Cuba: The Next Best Real Estate Investment For Americans?

It’s unclear how quickly Cuba’s economy will handle recent changes in diplomacy, but many feel it might become the best real estate investment for …
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Norah Jones Buys Brooklyn's 'Eat, Pray, Love' Carriage House

Norah Jones Buys Brooklyn’s ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ Carriage House

Singer/songwriter Norah Jones has a long, storied history with Cobble Hill which mostly, until now, revolved around some scandalous window additions to her Amity Street townhouse. But that all’s a thing of the past now that the Daily News reports that Jones is the buyer of the neighborhood’s beloved carriage house at 172 Pacific Street. The house, which served as a set for that lovable but forgettable Julia Roberts movie Eat, Pray,Love, showed up on the market in April 2014 for $8 million along…
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Roofing Material Tips From Kentucky’s Best Roofing Contractors

Your roof is a significant investment that prolongs the lifespan of your home. Trust in the roofing installation experts of David Saner Roofing for quality roofing, repairs, and gutter installations. Located in Independence, Kentucky, they are the best roofers serving the Covington, Florence, Walton, Union and Taylor Mill areas. After nearly thirty years of experience, they’re the leading experts on roof installation, and they will help you decide how to design your roof to best suit …
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3 Stocks Pushing The Real Estate Industry Lower

3 Stocks Pushing The Real Estate Industry Lower

Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer and Director of Research Jack Mohr reveal their investment tactics while giving advanced notice before every trade. David Peltier uncovers low dollar stocks with serious upside potential that are flying under Wall Street’s radar. David Peltier identifies the best of breed dividend stocks that will pay a reliable AND significant income stream. Every recommendation goes through 3 layers of intense scrutiny—quantitative, fundamental and technical analysis—to …
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How Much Real Estate Would Warren Buffett's $32 Billion Buy?

How Much Real Estate Would Warren Buffett’s $32 Billion Buy?

Warren Buffet photo: Paul Morigi/Getty Images for FORTUNE Monopoly Berkshire Hathaway edition: Parker Brothers Earlier this week, billionaire businessman Warren Buffett revealed to Yahoo Finance that he plans to invest around $32 billion in the next few months. True, much of it will be earmarked for the aircraft equipment manufacturer Precision Castparts, a recent acquisition of his company, Berkshire Hathaway. But with the stock market in such flux and the prospect of a Fed rate hike…
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Real estate agent: Mehlville school district hurting market

She said the neighboring areas grew 10 percent this past year while Mehlville only grew one percent. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs PARK RIDGE, IL – JULY 27: A “SOLD” sign is visible atop a realtor’s “FOR SALE” sign in front of a single-family home. (Photo: Tim Boyle Getty Images) A real estate agent who works in South County said the financial problems of the Mehlville School District are having an impact on p…
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Bid Date & Time: 10/13/15 2:00 PM. Prebid: 09/22/15 10:00 AM Prebid Mandatory: yes. Solicitation Title: Social Science and Language Arts Roofing …
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A real estate agent’s guide to dominating your neighborhood online

Takeaways: What I would do is create a video series on YouTube (you should already have a channel on YouTube for your business as well as your virtual tours). Your website should have a blog, and you should post those videos about the subdivision on that blog. Then you should cultivate a Pinterest page and Instagram to help further your SEO interests.  Most freshly licensed agents experience this I-am-going-to-take-over-the-world feeling of enthusiasm with their newly found career. But after all of your business cards are printed, your website is live and Supra key is paid off, what next? That enthusiastic feeling can soon spiral toward a sense of being lost. But don’t give up. Ask some of the other leaders in your organization for pointers. Join a real estate team … Your browser is out of date and may not be compatible with our website. We highly recommend upgrading your browser.
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Ebby Halliday Acers, The Grand Dame Of Dallas Real Estate, Has Died

Ebby Halliday Acers, The Grand Dame Of Dallas Real Estate, Has Died

Ebby Halliday Acers, the Dallas real estate doyenne, has died. She was 104. She died of natural causes in her sleep Tuesday night, Ebby Halliday Realtors reports. She founded her real estate company in 1945. The Dallas-based company has 1,700 sales associates and had sales of $6.6 billion last year. Ebby Halliday Realtors says it’s the largest independently owned residential real estate services company in Texas and among the largest in the country. Ebby received many real estate honors throu…
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Cherished Dallas real estate icon Ebby Halliday dies at 104

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High Quality Roof Leak Repair Offered by Hawaii's Best Roofing

High Quality Roof Leak Repair Offered by Hawaii’s Best Roofing

A leaking roof is a problem that no homeowner wants to deal with for long because it could potentially lead to bigger, more costly issues in the future if not taken care of properly. You can sometimes spot the source of the leak on your own, but it’s always best to have a roof repair professional come to perform an inspection. Quality Roofing Co. of Honolulu, HI, is one of the local roofing companies that offers affordable roof repairs and reroofing with no hidden fees. Their t…
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Real Estate Has Become Unaffordable

Interview with Dr. Lawrence Yun, the chief economist of the National Association of Realtors. As I travel around the country, particularly in California, Seattle, Colorado and New York City, I hear the same story. “I want to buy a house, but the prices are so high! Every time I bid on something, I am competing with multiple bids and my offer is never taken.” Home prices are at record highs. According to the National Association of Realtors, the median sales price for single family homes rose to an all-time high of $236,400 in June of 2015 – above the previous record high of $230,400 set in July of 2006. It’s definitely a Tale of Two Cities, however – Coastal and “Everything else.” In San Jose, California, the median price is $980,000. Seattle, Manhattan, Washington DC and Honolulu are all above the median, with California coastal communities and Hawaii coming in at two to four times higher. Meanwhile Detroit is still in five digits, as are some cities in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. The places that are affordable are the cities with the highest unemployment rates. And the cities where you can find a job, you might have to live in your car. Clearly something has got to give. For answers, I turned to Dr. Lawrence Yun, the chief economist of the National Association of Realtors. Click to access the full audio of my interview with Dr. Yun. Natalie Pace: The median existing home price is above the highs of June 2006. That was almost unthinkable during the Great Recession. What’s happening? Lawrence Yun: Job creation is helping. The generational low mortgage rates are adding enthusiasm for buyers. One interesting aspect of the current recovery is that we don’t have supply. The home building activity is only half of the normal level. Therefore we have this housing shortage, which is boosting prices. NP: What percentage of current sales is made up of foreclosures? LY: Distressed property sales comprise 9% of the market. That is down significantly. It used to be 35% just a few years ago. Next year, you will see a non-eventful number. NP: What about judicial foreclosure states? New Jersey is now the highest foreclosure state. LY: I’m glad that you brought up New Jersey. Even though the shadow inventory nationwide has been cut in half, making up less than 10% of the sales, some states still have elevated levels of shadow. There is a large shadow overhang in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Illinois and Florida. NP: At current prices, are you worried about affordability? I’m hearing people, particularly in the coastal regions, like San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles, saying they can’t afford to buy. These are people with decent jobs who would love to be a homeowner. LY: Prices are very expensive in some markets, like San Francisco, Honolulu, New York City, Washington, Boston and L.A. The typical home in San Francisco is $900,000. The income required to buy that home is $200,000 annual income. Only 10% of people in the San Francisco area are in that category. Denver and Seattle used to be considered affordable, but have now become unaffordable. They are not as high as in San Francisco, but it is approaching $400,000, half a million dollars, clearly record highs from the local market perspective. These rising prices are beginning to squeeze out some of the potential buyers. But at the same time, renters are also getting squeezed. Rents are rising at 4% nationwide, much higher in San Francisco and the Seattle markets, while incomes are only rising 2%. So one can say that we are having a nationwide housing cost problem. This is a consequence of underproduction by the home builders. NP: With things spiraling so far out of the realm of reality, do you think that creating more supply will really fix the problem? LY: Home prices are rising anywhere from 3-4 times as fast as people’s income. Rents are double the income growth rate. This is unhealthy, unsustainable. The only way to tame the housing costs is to have more supply. So, maybe relaxing the regulations on small-size banks so they can lend to the homebuilders. We have a mismatch, a dramatic shortage, of owner-occupant homes that are available for sale. NP: Let’s talk about the international market. Is the international appetite for U.S. real estate part of the problem of pushing up real estate prices? LY: The attractiveness of U.S. property for foreigners is that they know it is secure. There is no risk of confiscation. Also, America is a nation based on rule of law. That’s why foreigners like to purchase real property here in the U.S. China is the biggest player. They replaced Canadians in the most recent data. We saw some drop from Latin America, due to the sluggish economy in Brazil and Argentina. The European market is unclear because the euro economy is growing at close to zero. NP: Are there certain areas that are more desirable for the international market? LY: The principal reason that they are buying is for a second home, a vacation home. So, they are looking for superstar cities, where they can go and enjoy the destination. In Miami, the condominiums are all foreigners. There are very few domestic purchasers. The Chinese prefer the Pacific coast, while the Canadians like the sun. NP: Let’s talk about the yuan. Can you give us a general sense about what it means to have market forces drive the value of the Chinese currency? LY: For the Chinese currency, if you want to have international respect, you have to let it go and let the market forces determine it. The Chinese currency has weakened somewhat over the past few weeks, but one has to take a larger perspective. Going back ten years, one dollar could command 8 yuans. Today, one dollar commands six and change. So, over the 10-year time period, Chinese currency has strengthened against the U.S. dollar. NP: All of the media reports are of the yuan “weakening” against the dollar… on purpose, to boost Chinese imports. LY: The goal of the Chinese is that they want to make their currency as part of the international global reserve currency in the future. But to get there, they need to ensure that market forces determine the currency exchange rate, rather than the government constantly intervening. NP: Some pundits are predicting that the yuan will be approved by an IMF vote in November. LY: There are way too many if’s and November is way too close. It’s really about the confidence of the people. Do they trust their currency? Russia can say that they will make the ruble to be an international reserve currency, but no one would recognize that because no one wants to hold the ruble. It’s not going to be November. It’s not going to be next year. But over the next ten-year time horizon, there may be a chipping away at the dollar, with the yuan replacing it. Let’s keep in mind that the British pound was, 100 years ago, the global reserve currency. It lost out to the U.S. dollar. NP: Will the yuan’s devaluation make U.S. real estate less attractive to the Chinese buyer? LY: Even though China is going through a rough patch today, their GDP is expected to grow by 7%. That is much higher than the U.S. GDP growth. Whenever an economy grows at that level, it shifts the economy and produces a few millionaires. As the growth in the number of millionaires in China continues to expand, they like to have safe investments and they look to the U.S. as opportunities. NP: What about the Millennial market. Are they purchasing homes? LY: Last year, the first time buyer percentage was the lowest in 25 years. It’s been a very difficult time for the Millennials. Maybe it’s the sluggish economic recovery, slow wage growth, or the large student debt situation. The mortgage underwriting standards are also holding back some Millennials. NP: Won’t the challenges of affordability and student loan debt persist? Millennials are still living with their parents because their income is just not enough to go out and be on their own. LY: In some markets, it will be impossible to buy. San Francisco is a very exciting place to be. But don’t expect to buy a home for Millennials. It’s just too expensive. Many middle parts of the country, like Des Moines and Grand Rapids now have a vibrant downtown, with Millennial walking communities and strong job creation. In these markets, homes are quite affordable. So those Millennials with jobs will be able to quickly convert into home purchase. For more of Lawrence Yun’s wisdom, visit Realtor.org, the website of the National Association of Realtors. About Dr. Lawrence Yun Dr. Yun directs research activity for the National Association of Realtors® and regularly provides commentary on real estate market trends for its 1 million REALTOR® members. USA Today in 2008 listed him among the top 10 economic forecasters in the country and he has been named among the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders by INMAN News.
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Commercial real estate transactions

The Retail Connection purchased 4.5 acres at southeast corner of Park Boulevard and Plano Parkway in Plano for construction of a 55,000-square-foot store for Hobby Lobby. Jenny Reynolds and Chad Bradshaw of The Retail Connection negotiated the deal. The development will be owned as a joint venture between The Retail Connection and Rockstreet Partners. The 78-room Comfort Suites by Choice Hotels on Belt Line Road in Addison has been sold by Lalnat Hospitality to a local investor group. Jagdish (…
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Dallas real estate icon Ebby Halliday dies at 104

Dallas native and real estate icon Ebby Halliday has died at the age of 104. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs DALLAS — Dallas native and real estate icon Ebby Halliday Acers has died at the age of 104. Colleagues confirmed to News 8 Wednesday that Halliday died of natural causes Tuesday night. At Ebby Halliday Realtors corporate headquarters in far North Dallas, the management team gathered employees in a room and shared the news befor…
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2015 Roofing Program – Phase I

2015 Roofing Program – Phase I

09/15/15 10:00 AM. Solicitation Title: 2015 Roofing Program – Phase I. Owner Solic Number: 3098, 15.015. Status: bidding. Report: 6561143. Country :
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Accella Performance Materials buys Premium Spray

Accella Performance Materials, a portfolio company of Arsenal Capital Partners, has acquired Premium Spray Products. Financial terms weren’t announced. Premium Spray, based in Marietta, Georgia and Regina, Saskatchewan, makes spray foams for insulation and roofing as well as specialized polyurethane systems for niche applications. ST. LOUIS, MO – September 9, 2015 – Accella Performance Materials, a leading manufacturer of polyurethanes and recycled rubber products, today announced the acq…
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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Captures Traditions of Halloween at Home in New Fall Commercial

Coldwell Banker Real Estate Captures Traditions of Halloween at Home in New Fall Commercial

MADISON, N.J. , Sept. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Halloween. The one day of the year where thousands of kids sprint from house to house on a sugar-charged mission for candy. A holiday rooted in the home, it arguably attracts more foot traffic than any other day. That’s why Coldwell Banker Real Estate is launching its first Halloween television spot this fall. The television commercial, titled “Halloween,” is part of a series of commercials from Coldwell Banker Real Estate that tell storie…
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New real estate CEO on first day: We need more women execs

On Tuesday when Toby Bozzuto became chief executive of the Bozzuto Group, a home building empire his father co-founded 27 years ago, he laid out a number of plans. He wants to grow the company, which already manages 51,000 units and has annual revenue of more than $1 billion. He wants to continue expansion into other markets. And he wants Bozzuto to be a great place for nearly 2,000 employees to work. Before mentioning any of that, Bozzuto said one of his top priorities will be to address…
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Officials talk real estate tax

Officials talk real estate tax

The Jackson/Teton County Integrated Transportation Plan is back on the agenda for a joint town and county meeting Monday. One day several decades ago Sen. Alan Simpson came upon his childhood pal Bob Dornan outside of Dornan’s Wine Shoppe in Moose. Dornan was stom… Participants in Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities are proof you’re never too young to learn about philanthropy. At halftime of Jackson Hole High School’s Friday match-up against Idaho’s North Fremont, the team trailed 12-6 and was still looking for its f… LONDON (AP) — She has lived longer than any of her predecessors, seen a dozen prime ministers come and go and presided over six decades of Bri… A small tax on Jackson Hole’s robust real estate market could bring millions of dollars into town and county coffers to fund housing and transportation initiatives. In 2014 alone Teton County real estate sales totaled $808 million, according to David and Devon Viehman’s Jackson Hole Report. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Print subscribers receive a mailed copy of the News&Guide every week and access to content on our website. Print Plus subscribers receive a mailed copy of the News&Guide every week, access to content on our website and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily. Digital subscribers receive access to our website content and the e-edition of the News&Guide. Digital Plus subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily. Digital Monthly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 30 days. Digital Weekly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 7 days. Thank you for reading 10 free articles on our site. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription at this time and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information. If you need help, please contact our office at (307) 733-2047. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Posted in Town county on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 4:30 am. | Tags: Teton County, Real Estate Transfer Tax, Jackson Town Council, Teton County Commissioners, Housing Action Plan, Workforce Housing, Chris Mehl, Cindy Christensen, Bob Lenz, Jim Stanford, Alex Norton, Paul Vogelheim Really now…another tax increase after property taxes have just increased by an average of at least 30% because of higher valuations? Hey folks, how about setting some priorities and expense control as a first step?
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Now you can shop for luxury homes in virtual reality

Right now, the rich and famous are touring homes in virtual reality—and in a few years, so could everyone. The Matthew Hood Real Estate Group at Sotheby’s International Realty BID has begun experimenting with Samsung Gear VR as a new showcase for multi-million dollar homes based in Los Angeles, as well as luxury residences in the Hamptons and in New York City. Hood says the types of homes this works best for today are high-end homes, because the cost of scanning a home for VR ranges fro…
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Condo Developers Targeting Wealthy Parents: Offers Real Estate Property as College Gift

Condo Developers Targeting Wealthy Parents: Offers Real Estate Property as College Gift

Lucky college students or those graduating from the university may soon find themselves first time condominium owners.  Luxury condo developers are eyeing wealthy parents looking to gift their children with a real estate property as their new target market. Like Us on Facebook According to South Florida’s The Real Deal, a few parents have opted to invest in a condominium property as a future present for their children who are graduating from college   .  Bruce Namin, a buil…
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REAL ESTATE SALES:

• Buyer: Logan Consulting Services LLC; Seller: Derrick Chaisson; Lot in Terrebonne; $22,000; Entry#1486829 on 8/6/2015. • Buyer: Premium Safety Solutions LLC; Seller: Fedex Freight Inc; Section 86 & 87 T15S R16E; $150,000; Entry#1486837 on 8/6/2015. • Buyer: Jennifer Blouin, Michael Straney; Seller: Michael Blouin ET AL; Section 87 & 88 T20S R18E; $125,000; Entry#1486839 on 8/6/2015. • Buyer: Kenny Kraemer, Billy Kraemer; Seller: Brad Theriot; Lot 16 Blk 2 Roberta Grove…
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Ash Grove School Roofing Repairs

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Project consists of roofing repairs, demo, gas pipe stands, condensate drain lines, tuck-pointing, masonry water repellant, gutters and downspouts.
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Real estate developer maximizes property investments

From looking for a job to dealing with the one you have, our Job Docs are here to answer your employment-related questions. As a real estate developer, Andrew Gallinaro ultimately hopes to spin golden investments out of brick and mortar properties. He?s steadily increasing the value of properties?? an outdated office park in Burlington; a former industrial park in the South End ? by drastically redeveloping the land and buildings. Gallinaro is part of an expert property team at Newton-based Nat…
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South Florida renters stuck in aftermath of real estate crisis

South Florida renters stuck in aftermath of real estate crisis

Outside the Calvary Bible Alliance Church, Jean Celin holds court. Dressed in a smart black suit, headset cradling his neck and cell phone in hand, Celin greets a steady stream of churchgoers while taking one phone call after another. Celin is the assistant pastor at this Haitian church in Delray Beach. He’s been serving here for the past 30 years — almost as long as he’s been in the United States. “Everybody likes him,” said Marc Horace, the senior pastor at Calvary. “He’s very h…
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Wake County to conduct real estate reassessment

Wake County to conduct real estate reassessment

Raleigh, N.C. — For Wake County homeowners, it’s that time again. The county is poised to conduct a real estate reassessment in 2016, a process done every eight years to determine the value at which residential and commercial properties should be taxed. In the last reassessment in 2008, the average increase in property value was 43 percent. Some homes inside the Beltline went up as much as 73 percent. The Wake County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to hold a public hearing Sept…
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Sellers happy, buyers concerned about Va. real estate

WASHINGTON — List prices in northern Virginia are far above the average for the last 15 years, even as more homes enter the market. A new Roanoke College poll suggests sellers are more optimistic in the D.C. region than in many other parts of the Commonwealth. Buyers in northern Virginia are still positive about the market, though not as much in other parts of the state. Statewide, the vast majority of Virginians surveyed believe the real estate market has improved over the past year. Relate…
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Farm grain bins no longer taxed as real estate

Farm grain bins no longer taxed as real estate

Ohio farmers who own grain storage bins will no longer have to pay real property taxes on them, saving them money but cutting county tax revenue. The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in July that grain storage bins, which are modular and portable as opposed to silos that are fixed structures, should be considered personal property. The ruling will cost Clark and Champaign counties about $142,000 in combined tax revenue in 2016. Local farmers say the move will provide a little bit of relief as their tax…
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Local Real Estate Brokerages Join Forces

PEORIA, Ill. , Sept. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Two of Peoria’s most respected real estate companies joined forces today, Traders Realty Corp. and RE/MAX Unlimited became RE/MAX Traders Unlimited and will undoubtedly be a leader in the tri-county real estate market. “I’m thrilled to see these two brokerages come together and to have Traders Realty incorporated into the RE/MAX brand,” says Terri Bohannon , Region Vice President. “Watching this happen over the last several months has been reall…
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