Collegeville Real Estate News
Friday Mar 27 | via Star Tribune
Just Listed brings you the latest news and information from the Twin Cities-area commercial and residential real estate market and beyond from veteran reporters Jim Buchta and Kristen Leigh Painter. Investors Real Estate Trust is selling off four office showroom properties in the Twin Cities, a move that aligns with the equity trust's narrowing focus on multifamily, healthcare and industrial. Comment?
Thursday Mar 26 | via NorthlandsNewscenter.com
"Spring and summer are our busiest times in Minnesota," Sarah Wisdorf, former president of the Duluth Area Association of Realtors said. "That's when people want to move, the weather is pleasant. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via St. Paul Real Estate Blog
There are all sorts of things that can scare home buyers, especially first time home buyers. As a real estate agent I am never going to say it is all OK even if it is. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via Forbes.com
I'm a staff writer at Forbes covering real estate: from ultra-luxury homes to foreclosures to the people making the deals happen. Until recently, I was a member of our Forbes wealth team, crunching numbers for our Forbes 400 and World's Billionaires lists. Comment?
Sunday Mar 15 | via Star Tribune
Spring is high season for open houses, not only for real estate agents but for representatives from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, too. The agency will hold 50 to 60 open houses in the metro area this year, with most of them in the spring and summer ahead of major road construction projects. Comment?
22 min ago | via Reuters
As stock market investors cheer China's latest bid to boost an ailing housing sector, bankers are gritting their teeth over the risks they face in further relaxing rules on lending to home buyers. Alarmed by persistent weakness in the property market and its increasing drag on the economy, policymakers said on Monday they were cutting downpayment levels for the second time in six months and offering bigger tax breaks. Comment?
36 min ago | via Lowell Sun
Saturday night's final episode, after 13 years, of CNBC's "The Suze Orman Show" might be viewed as one more positive indicator of an economic recovery. If Suze is moving on, could this somehow mean that Americans finally got their acts together and are back on the job, above water on their mortgages and storing adequate nuts away for the bitter financial winters that will surely come? If you watch her financial advice show -- as I have for more Saturday nights than I should admit -- then you know this is certainly not the case. Comment?
39 min ago | via RandomPottins
JIM MURPHY, MP, Labour's leader in Scotland, first made his name twenty years ago as leader of the National Union of Students, reversing the union's opposition to the abolition of grants and introduction of tuition fees. His firm hand against opponents led to a Commons Early Day Motion condemning his "intolerant and dictatorial behaviour", signed by 17 Labour MPs, but did him no harm at all with Labour's leadership, assuring Murphy himself a seat in parliament. Comment?
47 min ago | via West Australian
New homes sales have soared to their highest level in nearly five years amid increasing demand among buyers for flats and townhouses rather than a house in the suburbs. Sales rose 1.1 per cent in February, seasonally adjusted, after a 1.8 per cent gain in January, the Housing Industry Association new home sales report shows. Comment?
49 min ago | via Fox News
Wall Street looks ready to end a winning quarter with a whimper, with stock futures pulling back on Tuesday as investors wait for oil-sensitive headlines on Iran and a crop of Federal Reserve speakers. Futures followed European markets, which tilted lower on weaker-than-expected joblessness data. Comment?
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