Mission Real Estate News
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Jan 20, 2015 | via Business Journal
A Leavenworth County development partnership is planning a $64 million mixed-use development on 80 acres at the southwest corner of 118th Street and State Avenue. The site, which lies at the extreme northeast corner of Bonner Springs, just west of the Kansas Speedway , is being developed by Triple R Properties LLC, a partnership involving Jerry Reilly and his sons Mike and J.R. Reilly . Comment?
Jan 15, 2015 | via Business Journal
A Johnson County judge has found in favor of Bank of Blue Valley following allegations that the bank roped investors into troubled real estate loans. Richard Bartlett and Ernest Straub filed the lawsuit in August 2012 , claiming the bank had previously approached them about participating in loans it made on the Foxfield Villa residential real estate development in Olathe. Comment?
Nov 5, 2014 | via The Capital-Journal
A report showed Kansas had one of the highest rates of vacant foreclosures in the country, but that says more about the small number of foreclosures than about problems in the housing market. RealtyTrac compared the number and percentage of homes in the foreclosure process that have been abandoned by their residents in the 50 states and some metropolitan areas. Comment?
Sep 3, 2014 | via Business Journal
The leaders of Homestead Country Club hope to save the Prairie Village facility from foreclosure through Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Comment?
Saturday Feb 14 | via The Capital-Journal
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Saturday Feb 7 | via The Gardner News and The Spring Hill New Era
Danedri Thompson email@example.com A divided council gave its blessing to a property management company seeking tax subsidies for an apartment complex in Gardner. The MACO Development Company needed a resolution of support from the Gardner City Council in order to apply for a federal tax subsidy to upgrade Gardner Estates, an apartment complex at 130 E. Madison Street. Comment?
Jan 5, 2015 | via The Capital-Journal
"Misery" increased in Topeka and other Kansas cities in the third quarter, but Kansans still are less miserable than they were in 2013. Wichita State University's Center for Economic Development and Business Research compiles a quarterly "misery index" based on inflation, home prices and the unemployment rate. Comment?
Dec 29, 2014 | via The Capital-Journal
Kansas consumers increased their debt in the third quarter to an average $16,127, according to data from the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That means Kansans have an average of $110 more in consumer debt than they did in the second quarter. Comment?
Dec 25, 2014 | via The Wichita Eagle
Republican legislators in Kansas are tossing around plenty of proposals to raise revenue to help close the state's budget gap. But they aren't expressing much enthusiasm for them. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via Wall Street Journal
Workers apply stucco to a home under construction at Toll Brothers' Jupiter Country Club development in Jupiter, Fla. in August. Comment?
19 min ago | via GlobalNews
Have you ever received financial advice that completely changed your life for the better? Or maybe you heard something that left you scratching your head thinking, 'that can't be right.' Whether you're talking to friends and family, or searching on the Internet, there is no shortage of financial advice out there. Comment?
22 min ago | via Island Gazette Newspaper Online
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25 min ago | via WCBM-AM Pikesville
Who are these Obama voters? They can't all have head injuries, have been in a coma for the past 4 years, or own stock in an electric car battery company. Besides having "stupid" stamped on their forehead, here's a handy guide identifying these clueless creatures. Comment?
35 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Real estate disruption is inevitable, and the industry eventually will experience a massive overhaul. However, disruption may come in a form far different from what most people expect. Comment?
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