Tompkinsville Real Estate News
Thursday May 14 | via Harlan Daily Enterprise
Courtesy photosThe James A. Cawood Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Service Center sponsored Career Day for students in third- through eighth-grade. Community members visited classes, informing students about their careers, the education required and the skills and tasks they perform. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Mortgage News Daily
I am attending a conference in Oregon and yesterday someone asked me, "Rob, have you heard of the MBA doing something to educate anyone in school that this industry even exists?" As a matter of fact I have. The MBA has been working with colleges and universities through career placement/planning offices to help promote careers in mortgage banking . Comment?
Sunday May 3 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition
Thirty years ago, Eddie Proffitt and Sam Comer were headed home to Monroe County with their sons from a cattle sale in Missouri, probably talking farming and politics, when Jamie Comer said he'd love to be state agriculture commissioner someday. Comment?
Thursday Apr 30 | via News Democrat
USDA Rural Development State Director Tom Fern has announced the availability of federal funds for housing loans and that applications are being accepted for the low- and very-low income citizens in rural Kentucky. "USDA mortgage loan programs are life-savers for so many rural residents who have been unable to purchase their own homes," said Fern. Comment?
Saturday Apr 25 | via Greenwich Citizen
Tammy Stewart makes about $1,600 a month and it goes quickly: a mortgage and a car, insurance, utilities and student loans. "That little bit of increase is a loaf of bread, a gallon of milk, maybe a jar of peanut butter," she told the Kentucky Public Service Commission last month. Comment?
2 min ago | via Times Herald-Record
A purveyor of fine gifts and collectibles, Fitzula's carries more than 15,000 items in stock that can be purchased at its store at 140 Windermere Ave. or online at fitzulas.com. Comment?
4 min ago | via Korea Herald
South Korea's credit card spending on furniture rose sharply in the first two months of this year on the back of a rise in home transactions as the local property market has been on a clear recovery track, data showed Monday. According to the data compiled by the Bank of Korea, South Korean people bought 124.4 billion won worth of furniture by credit card in January, up 40.5 percent from a year earlier. Comment?
11 min ago | via Morning Journal
Changes to a traffic signal on Seventh Street that ironically were targeted to ease traffic are causing major backups, Dennis Moeller of the St. Jude Parish said. Moeller went before City Council to see if the city knew about the signal change problems, which Mayor Bryan Blakeman assured them they did. Comment?
46 min ago | via ArkansasBusiness.com
The fortunes of Searcy's Ridout Lumber Co. and homebuilders are thoroughly intertwined. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Cape Cod Times
There are a lot of numbers that get bandied about when it comes to Cape Cod housing. One of the most quoted number, and perhaps the most important, has less to do with housing and more to do with what happens when the cost of housing outstrips the ability of people living in an area to pay for it. Comment?
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