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  1. Mortgage relief act extended a " but only for 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Times Herald-Record

    Q. We sold our home through a short sale last year and are worried about the tax consequences.


  2. Couple Nearly Falls Victim To Online Real Estate ScamRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KKTV

    For Sadie Lavercombe and her husband, Guy, it started with a line in an email from the alleged renter. It seemed strange on its own, but then other things started to pop up, and when they added it all together, they knew it was a scam.


  3. Praise for Manzanilla-Mayaro RoadRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Newsday

    On the night of November 14, 2014, Curtis James went to bed at the sprawling, two-storey beach house he manages along the Manzanilla-Mayaro Road. Two days later, James was rummaging through large slabs of concrete, hoping to salvage appliances, furniture and some of his personal effects after raging flood waters undermined the beach house, causing the huge, four-bedroom structure to collapse.


  4. Bankruptcy notice complicates house sale for divorced coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Herald

    Q. I got divorced a few years ago. My wife and I agreed she could stay in the house until our youngest child graduated high school.


  5. Guest Commentary: Condo demand isn't the problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    The new condo development at 250 Columbine, in the North Cherry Creek neighborhood, on Jan. 14. Western Development Group is building one of the only condo buildings in the state after the blow the market took with the state's construction defect laws that brought the construction of new buildings to a halt. Much has been reported about construction- defects laws in recent weeks, and how they are impacting the local condo market.


  6. 5 financial moves for millennialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MarketWatch

    The book on millennials is that they spend too much on beer and frivolous things and they don't save any money. But according to a study by Wells Fargo The 2014 study, which surveyed 1,600 millennials between 22 and 33, found that 53% think about their financial future daily, and nearly one in four are confident they will be able to save for the lifestyle they hope to have.


  7. What kind of money can you make renting your house out for the Super Bowl?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    The 100,000 visitors expected to travel to the Phoenix are for Sunday's Super Bowl will need a place to stay, likely for more than one night. Lots of hotels close to the stadium are sold out, and others just cost a lot of money.


  8. Thanks for the warm welcome, CincinnatiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    The year was 1998 and I had just landed in the Queen City after active duty in the U.S. Army. I knew just one person when I started my new job at a consulting company in Mason.


  9. Afghan-American fugitive nabbed in CebuRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Sun-Star

    An Afghan-American, who is wanted for several cases in the United States, was arrested by authorities inside his apartment in Barangay Sambag I, Cebu City early Thursday morning. Shikeb Saddozai, 37, is wanted for forcible sex acts with minor, kidnapping, false imprisonment and sexual battery.


  10. City to begin inspection of off-campus housing residencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | The Daily Free Press

    After receiving addresses for local college students living off-campus, the City of Boston will send inspection officers to examine off-campus residences in the upcoming weeks for code violations, such as overcrowding. A 2014 ordinance for the City's University Accountability Report required schools to include residential addresses of students living off campus in Boston, said Gabrielle Farrell, a spokeswoman for Boston Mayor Martin Walsh's office.


  11. Beware Wall Street's Rent-to-Own ScamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Truthdig

    The newest thing in housing looks like a great deal for would-be home buyers, but a closer look reveals a thorny trap. This version if rent-to-own is called "lease purchase," and the basic idea is that you can rent a house and one day buy it.


  12. Syrian Refugees Move Back to Camps in JordanRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | US News & World Report

    Syrian refugees in Jordan are migrating to refugee camps, in a trend aid workers say is new for a largely urban population that's placed a strain on Jordanian resources. The country has been one of the most generous in providing refuge for Syrians but has appeared to change its approach of late, which could in turn further stress already-taxed aid groups .


  13. MV P's & Q's: electric shockRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | The Martha's Vineyard Times

    Bemused readers ask novelist Nicole Galland for her take on navigating the precarious social landscape that comes with living on the Vineyard. Nicole, who grew up in West Tisbury, is known locally as the co-founder of Shakespeare for the Masses at the Vineyard Playhouse.


  14. Vacation rentals in some of Europea s top destinations...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | SFGate

    CHALET CACHE IN CHAMONIX, FRANCE: On the border of Switzerland, Chamonix is a snow-white paradise for skiers in the winter and this chalet is near the slopes. CHALET CACHE IN CHAMONIX, FRANCE: On the border of Switzerland, Chamonix is a snow-white paradise for skiers in the winter and this chalet is near the slopes.


  15. Ascension Parish escapee recaptured still wearing handcuffsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The Advocate

    Updated at 7:29 p.m. - A man who was wanted in Georgia for sex crimes, and who ran away from a deputy while handcuffed, was captured in the woods in Gonzales on Tuesday afternoon after a 20-hour search. The chase began soon after Ricardo Rodriguez, 22, had been arrested at a local business on Monday, said Lt.


  16. When Is Leasing A Car Your Best Bet?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Investopedia

    Choosing whether to lease a new vehicle instead of buying it largely comes down to one's priorities. For some drivers, getting a new set of wheels is all about dollars and cents.


  17. Report: Uranium Found In Fayetteville ResidenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | 5NEWSonline.com

    Small quantities of Uranium were found in a Fayetteville residence on Jan. 13, according to a report from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The uranium was found by Fayetteville residents renting a home that used to be owned by a former professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering at the University of Arkansas, said Steve Voorhies, a spokesman for the university.


  18. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | This Is Somerset

    Shepton Mallet historian Fred Davis tells the story of how the town's district hospital had a role in looking after wounded soldiers in the First World War. Shepton Mallet's young men were as eager as their contemporaries across the country to sign up and fight in 1914, as the war memorials in every town and village bear testimony.


  19. Montreal landlords take advantage of immigrants, investigation showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | CNews

    City landlords are deliberately breaking the law when renting to immigrants, especially those from France, by demanding several months rent in advance, security deposits and cleaning fees, an investigation by QMI Agency's Journal de Montreal newspaper has found. Two-thirds of those landlords tried to include illegal clauses in rent agreements with an undercover journalist from France.


  20. Seattle area apartment scene in 2014: Rents rise, so does occupancy rateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Business Journal

    Renting an apartment in the Seattle area? Then you're probably aware that apartment rents and apartment occupancy both rose in 2014. According to apartment research company Axiometrics , annual effective rent growth in the Seattle-Bellevue-Everett area rose 6.74 percent in 2014, higher than the 5.17 percent a year earlier.