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Friday Dec 12 | via Business Wire
The Angel Oak Flexible Income Fund takes a distinct approach to credit investing by actively allocating across higher yielding global fixed income instruments and flexibly shifting among structured credit, corporate credit and emerging asset classes that may not be as sensitive to changes in interest rates. The Fund seeks to deliver current income and total return. Comment?
Saturday Dec 6 | via The Indianapolis Star
Ranking in Urban Land Institute's Emerging Trends survey marks the best Indianapolis has ever done in the annual report. Survey: Indy real estate markets No. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 2 | via FindLaw
John David Cross, Mercer Belanger, P.C., Indianapolis, IN, Attorney for Appellant. Christopher M. Keefer, Sopko, Nussbaum, Inabnit & Kaczmarek, South Bend, IN, Attorney for Appellee. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via The Indianapolis Star
Redfin brings low-commission home sales tactics to Indy It charges listing fees of 1.5 percent and refreshes website more frequently than competitors. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1zRblT9 Redfin is opening in Indianapolis. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Freshnews
Redfin , the customer-first real estate brokerage, today announced the launch of its home-buying and selling services in Indianapolis, Indiana. Indy residents can now work with Redfin agents to buy and sell homes throughout central Indiana. Comment?
Yesterday | via WMSH-AM Sturgis
By: Tim Murray INDIANAPOLIS - Homes sales were mixed in northeast Indiana during November. LaGrange, Noble and DeKalb counties posted increases over a year ago, while Elkhart and Steuben were down. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via FindLaw
IN RE: the CARROLL COUNTY 2013 TAX SALE Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District, Appellant , v. Richard C. Ray and Patricia A. Alford, Appellees , Carroll County, Indiana, by and through the Carroll County Auditor, Appellee . Comment?
Nov 7, 2014 | via BayStreet.ca
Los Angeles, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2014 / Coldwell Banker Commercial Shook, a Lafayette real estate company, has negotiated the sale of a 53-acre industrial site with ET Pure Lafayette for its development of an assembly plant for GE Aviation Plant at Park 350 in Lafayette, Indiana. As a company spokesperson for the Lafayette Indiana real estate company noted, plans for the property include building a new 100 million dollar, 225,000-square-foot facility that will assemble the new LEAP engine of CFM International. Comment?
Oct 31, 2014 | via Business Journal
Home sales in the Louisville metropolitan statistical area are behind last year's sales numbers, except for in one portion of the region. Southern Indiana single-family and condominium home sales continue to outpace 2013 figures, and the average selling price for homes in the region continues to increase, according to the latest Hoosier Housing report provided by ReMax of Indiana. Comment?
Oct 27, 2014 | via WBIW-AM Bedford
The Greene County Daily World reports, Indiana Lt. Governor Sue Ellsperman made the announcement through a press release on Thursday. Comment?
4 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
ISTR is a Baton Rouge, LA based community bank, which has shown stagnant market performance post-IPO despite strong fundamental growth. The event could open a short opportunity as directors, executives, and officers could be ready to dump some or all of their ~3.9 million shares. Comment?
17 min ago | via Monster.com
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1 hr ago | via Cape Gazette
Coldwell Banker Resort Realty recently announced the firm's top producers for November. For the Rehoboth branch, the top listing agent and top selling agent was Skip Faust. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Examiner.com
Paradise Sharks wants our clients to make well informed, educated decisions and with a real estate market that has been fairly volatile this is important. Timing is everything. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via UPI
The moment that revealed one of the biggest art frauds of the 20th century wasn't planned in advance, artist Margaret Keane, the subject of the new Tim Burton movie Big Eyes told UPI. Five years after Margaret divorced her husband, Walter Keane -- the man who for 10 years took credit for her haunting and wildly popular big-eyed paintings -- she decided she was done living a lie. Comment?
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