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Tuesday Dec 23 | via SNL Financial
The communities comprise 3,466 living units, including 826 independent living units, 1,860 assisted living units, 744 memory care units and 36 skilled nursing beds. The transaction is expected to close during the second quarter of 2015, subject to customary closing conditions, including required regulatory approvals. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Mortgage News Daily
"You can tell a lot about a woman's mood just by her hands. If they are holding a gun, she's probably ticked-off." Comment?
Nov 24, 2014 | via Housing Wire
With the grand jury deciding not to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson in the now justified shooting of a suspect who attacked him, many are concerned the protests could turn ugly over the coming days. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported this week that the property damage so far from rioters stands at about $5 million - just 1/24th as much from a hailstorm that hit the Missouri suburb two years ago. Comment?
Nov 4, 2014 | via Daily Mail
'I will not let up': Triumphant Mitch McConnell cruises to victory as Republicans look poised for landslide victory after claiming West Virginia Senate seat from downcast Democrats Beyonce named highest paid woman in music after raking in $115m in 2014 Tinder co-founder and CEO demoted in the wake of lawsuit revelations that he'd described boss Barry Diller as a d*** Django Unchained actress who 'had sex with her boyfriend in a parked car' blames society and Michael Brown shooting for why she pulled the race card on police Turning the polling booth into a photo shoot! Stars like Kate Hudson and Jessica Biel take selfies as they turn out to vote in midterms What's at stake if Republicans win control of the Senate? Only immigration, Obamacare, the Keystone pipeline, the Supreme Court, and every regulation the GOP wants to stop Governor's races will give GOP still more power as they ... (more) Comment?
Oct 30, 2014 | via World Magazine
Robert Davis, 16, has a white mother and black father, and until he changed schools two years ago, his fellow students never let him forget it. The clarinetist with mild autism stuck out in Normandy, his previous St. Louis school district, where 87 percent of the students are black. Comment?
Friday | via Business Wire
FUND NAME AND DISTRIBUTIONS RECORD/EX DATE PAYMENTDATE Putnam California Tax Exempt Incom... )--Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, former chief economist of Ford Motor Co., has joined the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business faculty. She retired from Ford Oc... )--TechNavio, a tech-focused research firm, has published a new report on Global Voice Over Mobile Broadband Market, which is expected to grow significantly & post a CAGR of 1... )--The holidays produce a lot of waste - now what to do with all of it? Waste Management has tips on making the post holidays more sustainable. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via MDJonline.com
Housing starts in Cobb continue to trail last year's numbers, and one local real estate agent says the lower numbers are a result of the Great Recession. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via The China Post
Taipei's home price index fell for the third consecutive month in September with market analysts attributing the decline to cautious sentiment toward the local property market. Fears over a hike in interest rates after an end of the U.S. Federal Reserve's quantitative easing policy in October have made many home buyers wary of rising mortgage rates in Taiwan, they said. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Wall Street Journal
The housing-industrial complex spends so much money lobbying to maintain federal mortgage subsidies that it's easy to forget how little they matter to the average borrower. A recent report from the Congressional Budget Office does a public service in showing how easily the U.S. could transition to a free market that doesn't threaten taxpayers. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via Star-Telegram.com
Just before Thanksgiving, a former store manager named Manoj Singh of Cypress, Calif., filed a federal lawsuit in Fort Worth claiming the embattled consumer electronics retailer, knowing how bad business had been going, should have known better than to allow employees to invest 401 retirement savings into company stock. By so doing, and continuing to match employee contributions in RadioShack stock, the company's top officials breached their fiduciary duties to "prudently" handle the retirement fund, the suit alleges, and caused "devastating losses" in the retirement plans as the stock price fell from more than $13 a share in 2011 to below a dollar. Comment?
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