Williams Bay Real Estate News
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Thursday Nov 20 | via JD Supra
Lawyers generally enjoy prognosticating future developments in the law. Under the Erie doctrine, federal judges have a legitimate need to engage in this pastime. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 19 | via New York Daily News
A homeless man was found dead in an abandoned Wisconsin property as a real estate broker showed prospective buyers around. The lifeless body of 53-year-old John Abbott was reportedly discovered in a closet at the house near N.25 St. and Michigan Ave. in Milwaukee on Saturday. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 12 | via Directions Magazine
A new software tool [right] developed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is being touted as an effective way to help reduce agricultural runoff and erosion . Developed to integrate satellite imaging and geographic information system or GIS technology, the erosion vulnerability assessment for agricultural lands tool--known as EVAAL--depicts areas susceptible to runoff based on topography, land cover and soils. Comment?
Oct 21, 2014 | via WAOW
The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department is asking for your help to find out who caused damage at a soccer field. The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department is asking for your help to find out who caused damage at a soccer field. Comment?
Oct 21, 2014 | via WKBT
Wisconsin's housing prices climbed slightly in September as the level of home sales remained about the same compared to a year ago. The latest figures from the Wisconsin Realtors Association show housing prices rose about 3 percent. Comment?
33 min ago | via South China Morning Post
An Australian parliamentary committee yesterday recommended strengthening rules on foreign investment in the country's booming housing market, calling enforcement of the current framework "severely lacking". The committee's review, chaired by ruling Liberal Party lawmaker Kelly O'Dwyer, was commissioned this year amid concerns that local buyers were being squeezed out of the residential property market by foreign investors, particularly cashed-up Chinese. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The New Zealand Herald
"People are borrowing $30,000 to $40,000 to do a kitchen or a bathroom but bigger home renovations are in the hundreds of thousands," Patten said. "People are borrowing $30,000 to $40,000 to do a kitchen or a bathroom but bigger home renovations are in the hundreds of thousands," Patten said. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Bizcommunity
Just one week into the launch of their free mobile app, ooba , leading home finance experts, gained over 600 downloads and more than 60 positive reviews and ratings in the Android and iOS mobile stores. Ooba, together with app developer, Realmdigital , developed a free mobile app that would enable home buyers and estate agents to make informed decisions using the handy tools the app provided, all while on the move from the convenience of their mobile devices. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Salt Lake Tribune
Growth in million-dollar home sales is slowing in areas including Miami, Las Vegas and Los Angeles as rising prices and the strengthening U.S. dollar discourage foreign investors who helped lead the recovery. In seven investor-heavy markets - the Los Angeles, Riverside and Ventura areas of Southern California; Las Vegas; and Florida's Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Orlando - sales of homes for $1 million or more rose 5 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, compared with a 46 percent surge in the same part of 2013, data compiled by brokerage Redfin Corp. show. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Southland Times
Ray White Real Estate's Brendan Mason, left, and First National's Philip Brough are merging to form Ray White Invercargill. The Invercargill real estate market will have one less player from next week as First National disappears in a merger with Ray White - and there are predictions of more mergers. Comment?
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