Venice Real Estate News
4 hrs ago | via American Reporter
Readers who see three YouTube videos on our front page this past week must be curious. Has The Americzan Reporter become tabloid? Is the editor out of his mind? There is a simple explanation, and it is a news-related one. Comment?
Monday Apr 20 | via GuruFocus.com
MDC Holdings recently disclosed its financial results. Its results missed the analyst estimates on both the top as well as bottom lines for the quarter. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via LA Daily News
Some green shoots finally sprouted in Southern California's housing market in March, as sales increased 11 percent from a year earlier and the median price hit its highest level in more than seven years, a market tracker said Thursday. Last month, sales of new and previously owned houses and condominiums in the six-county region rose from 17,638 in March 2013 to 19,603, the company said - a jump of 44 percent from February's 13,650. Comment?
Monday Apr 13 | via Mortgage News Daily
Bottom Right Default State Name: State Name underscore: State Name dash: State Name lower underscore: State Name lower dash: State Name lower: State Abbreviation: State Abbreviation Lower: It is a continuously updated stream of news from around the web Visit throughout the day for the latest breaking news. The Federal Reserve said Monday it is seeking feedback on the details of a program it plans to use to help control short-term interest rates. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 8 | via The LookOut news
With tens of millions of dollars collected each year in hotel taxes, Santa Monica officials are looking closely at the estimated 1,700 units now being rented as illegal short-term vacation rentals that don't pay the taxes levied on traditional hotels, motels, inns and bed-and-breakfast establishments. Airbnb, one of the most popular sites for such rentals, has agreed to begin charging Malibu's 12 percent hotel tax on April 20 on behalf of the residents there who rent their homes for short-term stays, the Los Angeles Times reported. Comment?
14 hrs ago | via Mashable
California realtor Lisa Karos talks fast and pretty much non-stop. It serves her well in her chosen profession. Comment?
Saturday Apr 25 | via Inside Bay Area
She wanted her grandson, who lived with her, to inherit her East Oakland home. So Harris, 78, deeded the property to Brian Mack and hired an attorney to set up a trust naming him beneficiary. Comment?
Friday Apr 24 | via Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
California's housing prices plummeted after the bubble burst in 2008 , but now are approaching levels not seen since the market's height-especially along the Southern California coast and around San Francisco Bay. This has reignited the perennial question: What should policy makers do to promote "affordable" housing? Earlier this month, the state Supreme Court heard arguments in a Northern California case that could have statewide impact, given that it ponders the constitutionality of one way officials promote the construction of lower-cost housing. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via Business Journal
Seven years after the housing bubble popped, there are still homeowners who owe the bank more than their house is worth. But rising prices have put many long-term homeowners in the comfortable ranks of the "equity rich." Comment?
Wednesday Apr 22 | via Bloomberg
In the aftermath of the housing crisis, it seemed like millennials might give up on homeownership in favor of a lifetime spent renting squalid apartments in gentrifying urban centers. Fears of that grim scenario have mostly passed, and it's not uncommon to hear of young faces at open houses, or to read surveys in which renters say they're finally ready to fork over a down payment. Comment?
4 min ago | via American Reporter
In March of last year, the U.S. stock market was at the lowest point of the current recession. Since then, the Standard & Poor's 500 index has risen nearly 70 percent. Comment?
Jun 10, 2010 | via American Reporter
The Great Debate over Florida's "Hometown Democracy" Amendment 4 at the Manatee County Central Library here last night lent a frame to the broad impact of the Nov. 2 initiative to require any changes to a county master plan to be approved by voters. Sponsored by The American Reporter and the Federation of Manatee County Community Associations, the debate between four non-incumbent candidates seeking three seats on the county's Board of Commissioners included seven debate "statements" touching on the amendment's potential impact on housing, banking, development, and even adoption of flood-prone evacuation zones. Comment?
28 min ago | via Bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. A surge in China's local-government debt pile is drawing focus to the central bank's role in avoiding a credit crunch as policy makers seek to develop a municipal-bond market. Comment?
39 min ago | via GlobeNewswire
In 2015, we have continued our efforts to improve capital efficiency and to maintain a strong cash flow. At the same time, we have built our future by actively advancing our promising projects, such as the Tripla-project in Pasila, and by investing in new plots for example in Prague in the Czech Republic. Comment?
45 min ago | via American Reporter
Will wonders never cease? I never thought the right-wing Republicans of the House of Representatives would join arms with the progressive Democrats that populate this newspaper and put the kibosh on President George W. Bush's greedy, unrealistic and anti-American $700 billion bailout plan for Wall Street. We hear the arguments about the impending ctastrophe, and we even admit that a few catastrophes are more than likely going forward without the plan. Comment?
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