Spring Hill Real Estate News
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Sunday Dec 14 | via Mashable
When Nellie Mead and Teresa Espinosa conceived their daughter, they did it without sex, a fertility clinic or medical supervision. Instead, Espinosa injected a friend's sperm into a menstrual cup she bought at a drugstore. Comment?
Sep 26, 2014 | via ABC Action News
PASCO COUNTY, Fla. - Thousands of Pasco County homeowners may soon have to add flood insurance premiums to their budgets. Comment?
Sep 5, 2014 | via Business Wire
The event will start at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time and is expected to conclude at 1:... )--Flint Hills Resources announced today an agreement with Southwest Georgia Ethanol, LLC to acquire its ethanol plant in Camilla, Georgia. Comment?
Aug 7, 2014 | via St. Petersburg Times
The two Republicans vying to represent District 4 on the Pasco County Commission say the race boils down to one thing: leadership. Comment?
Jul 20, 2014 | via Star Tribune
Nudists Christina “Tina” and Chris enlist the help of Realtor Jackie Youngblood on TLC's new “Buying Naked.” You know how it goes with reality TV. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via St. Petersburg Times
Gasoline prices in the bay area, at $2.39 at this Tampa RaceTrac earlier this month, are about 90 cents less than a year ago. Was it just a year ago that Tampa Bay was obsessing about rising flood insurance rates and Floridians were speculating about the return of "Governor" Charlie Crist? It has been a year of dramatic changes. Comment?
23 hrs ago | via The Bradenton Times
Up until the 1920s, Sarasota was "little more than a fishing village," the majority of which was owned by Scotsman Hamilton Gillespie. . However, Sarasota's development took a refined turn during the beginning of the 20th Century when four men established a philosophy of land development, tourist attractions and architectural elaboration that set Sarasota apart from other places. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 24 | via Florida Trend
Florida is hosting eight of the 38 postseason games in college football more than any other state. State and local governments will get an economic boost as those fans flood theme parks, beaches and other attractions. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Capital Soup
Governor Rick Scott today highlighted the partnership with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Building Homes for Heroes to bring mortgage-free housing to injured veterans. Through a $2 million DEO grant, Building Homes for Heroes is able to build or modify homes in Florida for injured veterans who served in the armed forces during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via St. Petersburg Times
Helped by a booming demand for bank-owned properties, the Tampa Bay area was among the most robust in Florida in November for sales of both condos and single family homes. And while the bay area's median sale prices continued to be on the low side, there was some good news there, too. Comment?
13 min ago | via Concord Monitor
The Massachusetts attorney general's office is investigating Santander bank's auto lending business over concerns that the company may be engaged in the type of predatory practices that, on a larger scale, led to the mortgage and financial crises. The office is looking at whether Santander lent to borrowers who were unlikely to repay the money and sold those loans to Wall Street, where they were packaged into securities and resold to investors. Comment?
16 min ago | via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The locals say they don't like the tech folks pouring into town to work at places like Google. They're insular. Comment?
17 min ago | via Northwest Herald
McHENRY – McHenry County College is offering a two-course program to get students ready to become real estate agents. The program meets from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays, starting Jan. 28 and ending April 29, in Room 121 at the McHenry County College Shah Center, 4100 West Shamrock Lane in McHenry. Comment?
50 min ago | via Lebanon Democrat
But if you're like most Americans, you'll probably forget your goals by mid-February. So how can you turn your financial resolutions into reality in 2015? Make a plan. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Dallas Morning News
Seven months ago, Dallas Morning News readers got an introduction to Douglas T. "Chase" Fonteno, the self-described "real estate catburglar." He built a residential property empire in Dallas by filing legally dubious claims to houses without the knowledge or permission of the real owners, then issuing mortgages on those houses to buyers who didn't know better. Comment?
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