Amazonia Real Estate News
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Thursday Jun 26 | via Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
Down here in the trenches, it feels like the light rail station serving North Beacon Hill certainly has increased people's interest in living there. Comment?
Yesterday | via Missourian
Outstanding student loan debt in the United States has surpassed the $1 trillion mark , according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 16 | via MarketWatch
Prices for single-family homes obviously vary between cities and states, but new research finds there's also a dramatic difference in the discounts within each state. Comment?
Friday Jul 11 | via FindLaw
Before RILEY, Chief Judge, LOKEN and BYE, Circuit Judges. Roy Frederick Walters, Kip Dudley Richards, and Garrett Mark Hodes, argued, Kansas City, MO., for appellants. Comment?
Monday Jul 14 | via DigitalBURG
Two Missouri cities placed in the top 10 on a real estate information company's list of cities with the most abandoned homes, but a Kansas community was at the top of the heap. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 9 | via Business Journal
Less than 1 percent of homes in Missouri are in foreclosure, according to a new report out from California-based real estate tracker CoreLogic. Comment?
2 min ago | via San Diego Source
Whether you're a landlord or tenant, you've likely noticed some pretty powerful dynamics in San Diego's multifamily market right now. Comment?
2 min ago | via Fox News
As Millennials hit the home-buying age, one expert says the old sales pitch just won't work on this new generation. Comment?
Wednesday | via The Village Voice
With Jack Nicholson still enjoying his retirement , it falls to Michael Douglas to swoon over the oh-so-cutesy Diane Keaton in And So It Goes , a timid, elder rom-com in the same wheelhouse as the 2003 Nicholson-Keaton team-up, Something's Gotta Give . Comment?
7 min ago | via NewsFactor
The issue of the right to be forgotten has only been in the news for a couple of months. Comment?
7 min ago | via CBS Local
Homes left in limbo without owners and forgotten by banks, known as "zombie houses," are causing serious issues for neighbors in the Bronx and the suburbs, CBS 2's Lou Young reported. Comment?
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