Wheeler Real Estate News
17 hrs ago | via Willamette Week
Stuart, 47, is CEO of Oregon's second-largest financial institution, with 26 branches, 501 employees and assets of $3.6 billion. His organization is growing fast and opening branches so posh they would make tellers at Chase blush. Comment?
Thursday Mar 26 | via OregonLive.com
It's getting harder and harder for the average wage-earner to consider buying a house in the Portland area. It's getting harder for the average Portland-area resident to buy a house -- more than three times harder over the last two years, a new study has found. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via Canadian Business Magazine
Looking for a ray of hope in Canada's beaten-down commodity industries? Take a gander at forest company stocks. This sector has been almost counter-cyclical to the much larger energy and mining sectors for more than a decade. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via Beach Connection
Still looking for an idea on where to stay on the Oregon coast for spring break? There is a dizzying array of options, but not everyone has openings right now. Or perhaps you just don't know where to look. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via The Oregonian
Homeowners are often stuck when they owe more than they can sell their homes for. Foreclosures and short sales helped reduce the number of underwater mortgages and the housing market has begun improving. Comment?
10 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Corporate banking chief Mike Johnson is going to step down from his position and the company doesn't have a replacement yet. The last time I wrote about Wells Fargo Janet Yellen was speaking the very next day and she kept interest rates as is. Comment?
15 min ago | via Cravenherald.co.uk
THE chief executive of Craven District Council has sought to reassure councillors over his decision to buy a house from the authority's own development partner. Paul Shevlin has revealed in an email to councillors that he is buying a house in Lovell's Lambert Hills development, on the site of the former council offices in Granville Street, Skipton . Comment?
16 min ago | via Jamaica Observer
THE Sagicor Real Estate X Fund Ltd announced that it acquired Hilton Rose Hall for nearly J$10 billion financed in part by debt, financials indicated. "The purchase of the hotel by X Fund Properties Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sagicor Real Estate X Fund, was finalised in January 2015 for a purchase price of US$85.5 million ," stated the financials released on Wednesday to shareholders. Comment?
22 min ago | via Western morning News
Families have around A 16 a week more in their pockets than they did a year ago as the Easter Bank Holiday approaches, a report has found. Across the UK, households had A 184 a week to spend on non-essential items in February, which is 9.2% more than the same period in 2014, according to Asda's latest Income Tracker. Comment?
36 min ago | via San Diego Source
Yes, commercial real estate is a relationship-driven business - always has been. What business isn't? However, with an ever-growing number of brokers pursuing a finite number of businesses, success in the San Diego commercial real estate industry is, more than ever, determined by the quality of one's relationships. Comment?
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