Rosepine Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Rosepine, LA continually updated from thousands of sources.
Thursday | via The Advocate
The state Board of Ethics and a Lafayette developer faced off Thursday in a hearing on whether he should face $1.5 million in fines on allegations of contracting with a public agency while still serving as chairman of its board. Comment?
Saturday Mar 8 | via Hispanic Business
Because of that, the state may not see an upswing as noticeable as the country as a whole, according to experts and leading economic indicators. Comment?
Friday Mar 7 | via The Times-Picayune
When lawmakers convene Monday for the 2014 session, they will be considering legislation to set a new cap for interest rates for payday loans. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 5 | via Daily World
The Cajundome is due for a facelift and it looks like it's going to get one in the near future. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 5 | via Washington Times
Louisiana organizations that represent the elderly, the poor and others on fixed incomes want stiffer regulation of payday lending businesses that offer short-term loans with high interest rates. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Real Deal
Home prices in the county grew a whopping 16.75% between January 2013 and January 2014, according to real estate intelligence firm DataQuick . Comment?
25 min ago | via Isle of Wight County Press
A MORTGAGE scheme to help first-time buyers on to the property ladder has been launched by the IW Council. Comment?
41 min ago | via Ghanamma.com
The government has proposed the setting up of another development bank after over 50 years of the establishment of the National Investment Bank Limited . Comment?
48 min ago | via The Oregonian
Atop a windswept knob five miles southeast of this Columbia River Gorge town, Scott Elder and Stephanie Lamonica have planted 37 acres of cabernet sauvignon, tempranillo and other varietals on their 160-acre parcel. Comment?
49 min ago | via Sentinel & Enterprise
President Barack Obama is set to sign into law a bipartisan bill relieving homeowners living in flood-prone neighborhoods from big increases in their insurance bills. Comment?