Odessa Real Estate News
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23 hrs ago | via Business Journal
Cullen/Frost Chairman and CEO Dick Evans was excited to move forward with the merger with WNB Bancshares Inc. in the Permian Basin region of West Texas. The year 2014 saw banks in and around San Antonio continue their slow but steady recovery from the financial crisis that rocked the nation in 2008-09. Comment?
Aug 15, 2014 | via Forbes.com
Home price trends in Texas, however, are a terrible guide to what's in store for the rest of the country. Comment?
Jul 25, 2014 | via Gilmer Mirror
Since moving to Odessa in September to work as a state Child Protective Services investigator, Juan Carlos Pacheco has bounced among three homes, struggling to find a place he could afford. Comment?
Jul 25, 2014 | via Texas Tribune
Child Protective Services caseworker Juan Carlos Pacheco rents a spare bedroom in his childhood friend's home in Odessa. Comment?
17 hrs ago | via KTXL-TV Sacramento
It took the Senate, by a 76 to 16 vote, until the week after Congress was supposed to adjourn to pass the bill, which the House had already approved. Among those who will benefit from the retroactive extension to January 1, 2014: Teachers who buy classroom supplies, mass-transit commuters, residents of states with no income tax, parents with kids in college, some homeowners and some retirees with IRAs. Comment?
Tuesday | via Bank Rate
My wife and I are 83. We own our small home, with no mortgage. This is our only asset. Comment?
Wednesday | via KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
Among those who will benefit from the retroactive extension to January 1, 2014 include teachers who buy classroom supplies, mass-transit commuters, residents of states with no income tax, parents with kids in college, some homeowners and some retirees with IRAs. Experts say because the tax extensions were passed so late this year, it may force the IRS to delay when you can start filing your 2014 taxes, which usually begins in mid-January. Comment?
Aug 22, 2011 | via American Reporter
I am a believer in dreams, and when I had a waking dream a few days after the S&P downgrade of our national debt of President Obama packing his bags and leaving the White House, I was saddened for him and for my country. But the great thing about dreams, if they are truly predictive, is that they give you time to change the future, and I'm going to try doing that with this advice. Comment?
Wednesday | via 13WHAM
Congress on Tuesday night extended dozens of expired "temporary" tax breaks for 2014. It took the Senate, by a 76 to 16 vote, until the week after Congress was supposed to adjourn to pass the bill, which the House had already approved. Comment?
6 min ago | via KAUZ
Colorado was poised Wednesday to award more than $8 million for medical marijuana research, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential. Colorado will spend more than $8 million researching marijuana's medical potential - a new frontier because government-funded marijuana research traditionally focuses on the drug's negative health effects. Comment?
11 min ago | via Ananova
Regional areas of the UK are set to see the biggest house price gains next year, according to a new surveyors' forecast. House prices in Humberside, Yorkshire, the West Midlands, the North West and the South East are expected to rise significantly. Comment?
16 min ago | via New Hampshire Public Radio -
On the eastern edge of St. Joseph, Mo., lies the small city's only hospital, a landmark of modern brick and glass buildings. Everyone in town knows Heartland Regional Medical Center - many residents gave birth to their children here. Comment?
29 min ago | 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?
46 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
Richard Elias, a former Justice Department lawyer, spotted a memo that jump-started the investigation that helped the Justice Department get nearly $37 billion in financial-crisis-related settlements from J.P. Morgan, Bank of America and Citigroup. Mr. Elias, shown above, now is in private practice in St. Louis. Comment?
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