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21 hrs ago | via National Review Online
A sprawling brick house in Oklahoma City's historic Highland Park neighborhood, it was built in 1924, just a year after Mary's birth. Decades later, one of Vessels' great-grandchildren fondly recalls the wood and tile floors, the fish pond, the butler's quarters, and the multi-car garage where children played house. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Philly.com
More sales but lower prices characterized the suburban real estate market in 2015's first quarter, as the Philadelphia region continued to extricate itself from the housing downturn. An analysis by economist Kevin Gillen of data provided by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach Realtors showed that the typical suburban house sold fell in value by 1.8 percent in the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter. Comment?
Friday May 22 | via PennLive.com
In photo from left to right are Barbara Schmidt, senior vice president and general manager of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania; Ann Marie Haggerty, an office manager at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; Quentin Miller, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania and Ryan Hess, vice president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania. Less than a mile separated two real estate offices on Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Twp. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via TaxVox
Will cuts to a state's top income tax rate boost growth? Not necessarily. In a new TPC paper , Bill Gale, Aaron Krupkin, and Kim Rueben find little evidence linking state-level economic growth and taxes, especially income tax policy. Comment?
Apr 25, 2015 | via WICU12 Erie
Sales have jumped more than 30 percent compared to this time last year, according to Howard Hanna realtors of Erie. Nearly 800 new homes were sold in the Erie area among five major brokers during the first quarter of 2015. Comment?
4 min ago | via FindLaw
In this marital dissolution action, the plaintiff, James McLoughlin, appeals from the trial court's postdissolution orders denying his motion seeking to resolve the parties' dispute regarding distribution of certain items of personal property and awarding the defendant, Lori McLoughlin, all of the funds in a property tax escrow account, which were refunded following the postdissolution sale of the parties' marital home. Comment?
5 min ago | via FindLaw
The defendant, Jeffrey Stewart, appeals from the judgment of the trial court rendered in response to his postjudgment motion for clarification of a judgment of dissolution. The defendant requested that the court interpret an order in the judgment of dissolution to determine which postdissolution expenses he could recover prior to the division of the net proceeds from the sale of the former marital residence. Comment?
36 min ago | via KCTV5
Renters are on the rise in America's biggest cities, but many tenants are scrambling to keep up with growing rent bills and shrinking vacancies, according to a study being released Thursday. From Boston to Miami, New York to Los Angeles, more than half of tenants are paying what experts consider unaffordable rents, says a report by New York University's Furman Center, which studies real estate and urban policy, and bank Capital One, which is a leading affordable-housing lender and financed the research. Comment?
9 min ago | via Pnompenh Post
Seng Socheat and Lat Savry got married over a year ago, and as the excitement of the wedding fades into a happy memory, their thoughts are now turning to the future - especially since the couple are now proud parents. "At the moment, my number one wish is to have a house of my own," says Socheat, 34, who sells motorbikes from the ground floor of his rented shop house in Phnom Penh. Comment?
12 min ago | via American Reporter
Perhaps we should focus upon entirely new ideas and models instead of repairing financial structures and infrastructures that have failed the industrialized world miserably in the past decade or two. So, when prodded by colleagues I keep envisioning an economic rebound which actually accrues to the benefit of American taxpayers. Comment?
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