Chariot Real Estate News
Thursday | via Peninsula Clarion
Once upon a time, being a teacher was a respected and valued profession. Alaska paid their teachers more than any state in the country. Comment?
Saturday Apr 11 | via Anchorage Daily News
You may have recently noticed in the newspaper a larger emphasis on economic coverage. We are as concerned as you are about the severe downturn in oil prices and the uncertainty of Alaska's future economy. Comment?
Thursday Apr 2 | via KIMO
On Tuesday night, the House Health Education and Social Services Committee passed the Medicaid Expansion Bill. And on Wednesday, Governor Walker said Medicaid Expansion is still in the process, and he is hopeful it will pass by the end of the Legislative Session. Comment?
Sunday Mar 22 | via Anchorage Daily News
Finally, we are on the precipice of one of the biggest projects since the trans-Alaska pipeline that will create thousands of jobs and give the biggest fiscal boost to our state in a generation. I'm happy to announce this project will create at least 4,000 permanent jobs all around the state. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via APRN
Jan Miyagishima at the AHFC booth at the Juneau Home and Outdoor Living Expo. That's according to an Alaska Housing Finance Corp. report released last year that highlighted the need for improvements to the state's aging housing stock. Comment?
13 min ago | via KRON 4
The vote makes it possible to operate foreclosure laws that international creditors have demanded as a condition for extending more loans to Cyprus. Recession, high unemployment and declining incomes have produced defaults on more than half of all private loans. Comment?
20 min ago | via Patch.com
Two "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars who have had trouble with the law lately will soon lose their mansion to foreclosure. Two " Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars who have had trouble with the law lately will soon lose their mansion to foreclosure. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Wichita Eagle
A New York City man who stole more than $187,000 from two New Jersey couples who thought he was helping them with their mortgages has been sentenced to seven years in prison. Monmouth County prosecutors say 51-year-old Mario Coniglione, of Staten Island, also must pay restitution to both couples under the sentence imposed Friday. Comment?
37 min ago | via Republican Journal
With a stone wall and a field of lupines bordering its front yard, this inviting and charming Charles Tucker reproduction Cape sits down off the road on 6 serene and peaceful acres. Warm wide pine floors, banks of sunlight, a wood stove and a large private deck off the dining room. Comment?
50 min ago | via Alabama Live
Sales: Phenix City area residential sales totaled 96 units in March, an increase in sales growth of 9.1 percent from the same period a year earlier. To put in perspective, Phenix City's best March on record for sales was 2007 when 138 transactions were closed. Comment?
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