There’s value to the words chosen in a residential listing. A recent study conducted by Bennie Waller, a professor of finance and real estate at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., looked at the makeup of listings and found there is ...Read More »
It’s well-known that the prices of goods and services have increased dramatically, especially in the world’s biggest metropolitan areas. But a report from Deutsche Bank took an interesting approach to that and found that the price of a “cheap” date ...
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Another consequence of the foreclosure crisis is higher blood pressure. A research study published in the American Heart Association’s journal “Circulation” found that living close to a foreclosed home can increase a person’s chance of developing high blood pressure. While ...
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Meetings to nowhere. We’ve all been there. But when a 90-minute meeting doesn’t even get to the main item on the agenda. . .well, that’s when you’d think a former Marine running the meeting might come in handy. The economic ...Read More »
It’s definitely home buying season for upscale homes. Just weeks after a Connecticut estate sold for $120 million making it the nation’s most expensive home sale ever, a property in East Hampton, N.Y., has shattered that record, selling for $147 ...Read More »
Rich Gold may not have felt like he was on the hot seat during a Charlotte City Council committee meeting on Monday. But he might have, had he physically occupied the spot from which his voice emanated. Gold, an attorney ...Read More »