Berwyn Heights Real Estate News
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Saturday Oct 18 | via WCBM-AM Pikesville
I have to say that in addition to the Arundel Mills Live! Casino, the Perry Hall Hollywood Casino, Ocean Downs Casino, Rocky Gap Casino in Allegany County, and the anticipated MGM National Casino in PG County, Maryland has more than its share of gambling establishments that are ready, willing and able to take every last dollar that customers are willing to risk in their quest to hit 'the big one'. Add to this the state sponsored Pick 3 & Pick 4 Bonus Match 5, Five Card Cash, Multi-Match, Mega-Millions and Power Ball, there are many options to choose from when it comes to disposable income dedicated to gambling. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via Planetizen
Nathalie Baptiste examines the case of Prince George's County in Maryland near Washington D.C. as a study in how the housing and real estate markets has unjustly attacked the wealth of Black Americans. "As the wealthiest black-majority county in the United States, Prince George's has long represented the pinnacle of black success," explains Nathalie Baptiste. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via Daily Record
DelZoppo represents home buyers and sellers as well as tenants and landlords for the Northrop Team. She sits on the board of the Howard County Association of Realtors and serves on several committees, one of which combines networking and philanthropic opportunities for real estate agents to benefit local organizations such as Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center and Gilchrist Hospice of Howard County. Comment?
Monday Oct 6 | via Daily Record
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland has appointed Robert A. Altieri to a three-year term on its board of directors. Altieri is executive vice president, president of the Mortgage Division, head of specialty lending at Howard Bank , which he joined in 2013. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 30 | via The Maryland Gazette
Juli Blanton of Pasadena, a real estate agent with Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland, has been named a certified military residential specialist. Comment?
13 min ago | via The Washington Post
Four consecutive advances in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index have pushed the gauge up 4.2 percent since Oct. 15, recouping half the losses from a selloff that began in mid- September. After surging to a 28-month high last week, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index has fallen at least a point a day starting Oct. 16, reflecting a dissipation of investor concern that hasn't occurred in five years. Comment?
19 min ago | via Daily Kos
Anybody paying the slightest attention to the past 6 years of the Obama presidency likely has, on more than one occasion, given pause, straining to remember what was spoken so eloquently in any number of his speeches as a matter of policy during his 2 year-long campaign before his election to office and then attempted to match up those words with his current policies and actions... which, more often than not, resulted in either a complete 180 degree reversal or else a back door approach that more strongly resembles something that Gerald Ford or GHW Bush would have done. Comment?
22 min ago | via GlobeSt.com
Join over 200 global real estate leaders at the New York Stock Exchange to learn about "Going Global: Real Estate Investing and Development Around the World." As the real estate industry - and the world around us - continues its rapid evolution, you'll hear from industry thought leaders and visionaries on how to navigate the global real estate landscape and where to find the global market opportunities. Comment?
30 min ago | via NewsandSentinel.com
Long seen as having devastated Sun Belt cities, the subprime mortgage crisis unleashed turmoil on Ohio and other rural areas. Now federal officials are pledging regulatory attention and financial help. Comment?
33 min ago | via Lifestyles
With the financial crisis and subprime mortgage bust receding further into history, the government is loosening some financial rules, hoping to inject more life into the country's still-recovering housing market. Both banks and borrowers stand to benefit from the new rules unveiled Tuesday by six federal agencies. Comment?
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