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Tuesday Dec 16 | via Berkshire Eagle
The founder and broker/owner of Berkshire Dream Home in Dalton was recently honored by the Dalton Police Department and Select Board with the first ever Civilian Civil Service Award, given "for his exemplary work in neighborhood crime watching and his active involvement in helping Dalton police apprehend criminals." Dalton Police Chief Jeffrey Coe cited two situations in which Perenick, a former eastern New England police officer, reported criminal activity and provided information that led to arrests. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Berkshire Eagle
LEE >> Home and business owners likely will pay more in property taxes in 2015, due in part to a rise in housing values to the highest level in four years. While the new tax rate is 7 cents lower than in 2014, the owners of an average single-family home will see an increase of about $72 in their real estate tax bills. Comment?
Nov 16, 2014 | via IBerkshires
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The developer of the Cable Mills housing project said Wednesday that it hopes to have 61 units ready for occupancy by the end of 2015. Comment?
Oct 17, 2014 | via IBerkshires
Above, a homemade sign tells the story of what an important role Berkshire County Kids Place plays in the community. Left, the organization is set in a pretty building in Pittsfield that aims to be warm and welcoming to the children and families who need its services. Comment?
Oct 17, 2014 | via Customer Interaction Solutions
Fitch Ratings has removed from Rating Watch Evolving and upgrades to 'A-' from 'BBB+' the rating on the following outstanding debt issued by Berkshire Health System : Debt payments are secured by a pledge of the gross revenues of the obligated group and a mortgage pledge on the core Berkshire Medical Center campus The legal requirements include a liquidity covenant of 65 days cash on hand . The Obligated Group accounted for 95.7% of fiscal 2013 consolidated system assets and 91.8% of revenues. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via Cape Cod Times
When the bottom fell out of the housing market in 2008, some Massachusetts policy makers saw a possible silver lining. After years of fretting about the high cost of housing in the Bay State, and multiple attempts to encourage the creating of more affordable homes, the bursting of the housing bubble had brought prices down fast. Comment?
Friday | via Counterpunch
During the last major financial crisis of 2008, bad positions on more than $60 trillion worth of over-leveraged credit default swaps were unwound at the same time, creating a chain of events that brought the international banking system to a halt, resulting in a wave of bank bailouts and austerity budgets still with us today. All because banks were betting money they didn't have at ever larger margins. Comment?
Friday | via Cape Cod Times
Mahoney's Garden Center has extended its “Trees for Troops” program at all of its eastern Massachusetts locations, including its Route 28 sites in Osterville and East Falmouth, until Christmas Eve because Christmas trees are still needed for military families. Through this program, members of the community can buy a tree for a military family for $30. Comment?
Thursday Dec 18 | via Boston.com
Packed with tech and biotech jobs, Massachusetts has one of the highest median incomes in the country, rising to nearly $67,000 last year. But hold the champagne. Comment?
Sunday Dec 14 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
The foreclosure crisis is several years past its peak, and rates of foreclosure are declining from year to year. But the past 10 months have actually seen an increase in rates, which is especially discouraging in cities such as Fitchburg, which still have a long way to go toward recovery. Comment?
9 min ago | via Patch.com
Wondering what kinds of properties are moving on the Brandon real estate market? Here's a list of recent sales courtesy of Zillow.com. Comment?
22 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
A prominent commercial real estate financier says land-bankers are ruining Auckland's central business district by leaving many sites vacant for decades. James Kellow, director of NZ Mortgages & Securities which is backed by multimillionaire Ted Manson of Manson TCLM, said big empty prime commercial sites were bad for the city. Comment?
22 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
William Yan is alleged to have stolen $129 million in China and concealed the fortune in New Zealand. Photo / Brett Phibbs Auckland businessman William Yan has been denied access to seized assets to pay private school fees for his children and to service the mortgage on his luxury apartment. Comment?
50 min ago | via The Motley Fool
However, one thing is certain -- many people are strongly opinionated on the bank, and our analysts are no exception. We asked two of our analysts -- one bull and one bear -- to give their take on Bank of America. Comment?
50 min ago | via The Capital Spectator
Existing home sales in the US are expected to decline slightly to an annual pace of 5.25 million units in tomorrow's update for November, according to The Capital Spectator's median point forecast for several econometric estimates. The projection represents a marginal decrease from October's 5.26 million units . Comment?
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