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The Manteca Bulletin
BIA threatens to sue the goose that lays the golden eggsThe Building Industry Association of the Delta protests a bit too much. Earlie
BIA threatens to sue the goose that lays the golden eggs
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
The Building Industry Association of the Delta protests a bit too much. Earlier this month speaking at a Manteca City Council meeting the new home builders trade group through chief spokesman CEO John Beckman tried to hammer elected officicals into... Read more
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The Fairfield Ledger
Governor’s Charity Steer Show raises over $244,000; sets new recordsMcDonald Houses of Des Moines, Iowa City, and Sioux City. All of the houses are
Governor’s Charity Steer Show raises over $244,000; sets new records
The Fairfield Ledger / Posted 7 days ago
McDonald Houses of Des Moines, Iowa City, and Sioux City. All of the houses are located near hospitals and provide a “home away from home” for families of seriously ill children. The Iowa Beef Industry Council and the Iowa Cattlemen’s... Read more
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MLive.com
Saginaw's Shaheen family receives governor's award for philanthropyrecipient for the Community Philanthropy Award presented by the Council of Mich
Saginaw's Shaheen family receives governor's award for philanthropy
MLive.com / Posted 8 days ago
recipient for the Community Philanthropy Award presented by the Council of Michigan Foundations, the Michigan Nonprofit Association and the governor's office. Dr. Samuel Shaheen, eldest son of the late "Doc" Samuel H. Shaheen, expressed... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Golf courses no longer scoring well with Phoenix-area homebuyersusing the land for other purposes, but many in the communities around these cou
Golf courses no longer scoring well with Phoenix-area homebuyers
The Arizona Republic / Posted 9 days ago
using the land for other purposes, but many in the communities around these courses oppose redevelopment. Purchasing home within chip shot of a golf course used to be part of the American dream in metro Phoenix, but now developers are razing... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate TransactionsRawls to Steven A. Tomasello, $76,525. • 3420 Niagara Falls Blv, Donald E. Pop
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
Rawls to Steven A. Tomasello, $76,525. • 3420 Niagara Falls Blv, Donald E. Pope to James R. Morana, $68,000. • 487 Sweet Home Road, Laurie A. Ouimette to Larry N. Patrick; Lisa G. Patrick, $62,000. • 84 Emma Way, Forbes Homes to Phyllis M.... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto struggles to provide housing that's affordableto build at least double the amount of housing included in its most pro-growth
Palo Alto struggles to provide housing that's affordable
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
to build at least double the amount of housing included in its most pro-growth housing scenario for the future. The median home price today, he told the council on May 16, is about 20 times the annual median income (which is $122,000), making the... Read more
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Columbia Star
Public Notices | www.thecolumbiastar.com | Columbia StarCertificateholders of the CWABS Inc., Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2004-EC
Public Notices | www.thecolumbiastar.com | Columbia Star
Columbia Star / Posted 12 days ago
Certificateholders of the CWABS Inc., Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2004-ECC1, against Shawn M. Clarke, Bridget Clarke, Homeadd Financial Corp, Palmetto Health Alliance dba Palmetto Richland Memorial, et al., the Master in Equity for Richland... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Low-cost tiny homes could help alleviate the housing shortageFor Chante Perry, homelessness happened in a flurry. First she ran out of work
Low-cost tiny homes could help alleviate the housing shortage
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 13 days ago
For Chante Perry, homelessness happened in a flurry. First she ran out of work as a nurse's aide when the woman she cared for passed away. She and her husband couldn't afford rent anymore. That's when their relationship reached a breaking point — he... Read more
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TribLIVE
Roundup: Mine workers OK contract with Murray Energy; Spaghetti Warehouse in Strip District is closing; morebankruptcy in the last few years.” Robert E. Murray, CEO of Ohio-based Murray
Roundup: Mine workers OK contract with Murray Energy; Spaghetti Warehouse in Strip District is closing; more
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
bankruptcy in the last few years.” Robert E. Murray, CEO of Ohio-based Murray and chair of the Bituminous Coal Operators Association, said the agreement “will go a long way toward ensuring that our coal mines can keep operating, and our employees... Read more
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Mashable
A new dam is threatening one of the Middle East's most biodiverse regionsJANNAH, Lebanon — At the bottom of a lush valley between rocky peaks of Mount L
A new dam is threatening one of the Middle East's most biodiverse regions
Mashable / Posted 17 days ago
JANNAH, Lebanon — At the bottom of a lush valley between rocky peaks of Mount Lebanon, strawberry farmer John Abu Akar may be the last man standing in the path of a dam project worth hundreds of millions of dollars. But he has a few tricks up his... Read more
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TribLIVE
In recovering market, starter homes remain elusive | TribLIVE Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new governm
In recovering market, starter homes remain elusive
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
| TribLIVE Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot... Read more
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The Valley Chronicle
Kool nights begin at Estudillo Mansioncommunity leaders and citizens�we want to thank each and every one of you." She
Kool nights begin at Estudillo Mansion
The Valley Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
community leaders and citizens�we want to thank each and every one of you." She congratulated Centennial Lions Club, Music Association, Community Builders, GOSCH Auto, Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors (SRCAR), Chuck Washington... Read more
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Newsmax
In Recovering Housing Market, the Starter Home Remains ElusiveSeeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison
In Recovering Housing Market, the Starter Home Remains Elusive
Newsmax / Posted 19 days ago
Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot market of Austin, Texas. Owen's real estate agent warned the 28-year-old that she would face stiff competition in the... Read more
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NBC News
In Recovering Housing Market, the Starter Home Remains ElusiveSeeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison
In Recovering Housing Market, the Starter Home Remains Elusive
NBC News / Posted 20 days ago
Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot market of Austin, Texas. Owen's real estate agent warned the 28-year-old that she would face stiff competition in the... Read more
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Reuters
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusiveNEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new g
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusive
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot market of Austin, Texas. Owen's real estate agent warned the 28-year-old that she would face stiff... Read more
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Reuters
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusiveNEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new g
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusive
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot market of Austin, Texas. Owen's real estate agent warned the 28-year-old that she would face stiff... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusiveYORK/LOS ANGELES: Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new gove
In recovering housing market, the starter home remains elusive
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 days ago
YORK/LOS ANGELES: Seeking a yard for her two dogs and proximity to her new government job, Alison Owen set out to buy a home this spring in the hot market of Austin, Texas. Owen's real estate agent warned the 28-year-old that she would face... Read more
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20d
Vail Daily
Vail residents seem to favor Whistler dealgood move for the company. “It’s a great mountain and the Canadians are great
Vail residents seem to favor Whistler deal
Vail Daily / Posted 20 days ago
good move for the company. “It’s a great mountain and the Canadians are great people,” Seibert said. “I think it’s a great association (for Vail Resorts).” Mary Sackbauer grew up in the Vail Valley, but has spent a good bit of time at Whistler and... Read more
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21d
The Chattanoogan
A 4-Point Home Energy Audit Can Reveal InefficienciesAs the Tennessee Valley continues to battle unrelenting heat, conducting a home
A 4-Point Home Energy Audit Can Reveal Inefficiencies
The Chattanoogan / Posted 21 days ago
As the Tennessee Valley continues to battle unrelenting heat, conducting a home audit is a great way to find out your home’s energy deficiencies and make simple improvements that will save you time and money in the long run. Simply inspect the four... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Peters: Govt Deaf To Realitiesone exporter, Fonterra, one product, milk powder and one market, China.That war
Peters: Govt Deaf To Realities
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 22 days ago
one exporter, Fonterra, one product, milk powder and one market, China.That warning has come to pass.Two weeks ago Mataura Valley Milk announced it had given China Animal Husbandry Group (CAHB) a 71.8 per cent ownership share in a new $200 million... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Metro Phoenix starting to grow up instead of outThere's an urban revival going on in the Valley, which has long been known for
Metro Phoenix starting to grow up instead of out
The Arizona Republic / Posted 23 days ago
There's an urban revival going on in the Valley, which has long been known for its affordable suburban homes. Karen Wang is buying a condo in the new 14-story Portland on the Park development in downtown Phoenix. Her new home is going up on a prime... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Maple Ridge News / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Surrey Leader / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Abbotsford News / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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BC Local News
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
BC Local News / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Peace Arch News / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Aldergrove Star / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Langley Times
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Langley Times / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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Mission City Record
Foreign tax could power rental building boomB.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers t
Foreign tax could power rental building boom
Mission City Record / Posted 25 days ago
B.C.'s new tax on foreign buyers of homes has fanned optimism among observers that the resulting fund for affordable housing could help build new rental units to ease the worsening squeeze on Metro Vancouver renters. Port Moody mayor Mike Clay, the... Read more
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West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
South Side News & Notes— Green Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Lori Howerton is stepping down after 13 ye
South Side News & Notes
West Side Leader & South Side News Leader / Posted 25 days ago
— Green Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Lori Howerton is stepping down after 13 years to move into a leadership role at the Home Builders Association Serving Portage and Summit Counties. “It has been an exciting time to lead this organization and I... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Mt Kisco
Mount Kisco Builder Wins Award For Work In Rebuilding Chappaqua Homefeels like his Mount Kisco residential contracting business has won two Oscars
Mount Kisco Builder Wins Award For Work In Rebuilding Chappaqua Home
The Daily Voice - Mt Kisco / Posted 28 days ago
feels like his Mount Kisco residential contracting business has won two Oscars in four years. With the number of quality of homebuilders and remodelers in the Hudson Valley, the long-time builder’s pride in his team is justifiable. P. Morrissey... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Berke puts $12,000 into aide Wilkinson's state Senate campaigncompanies, contributed $3,000. Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's JOB4TN PAC also c
Berke puts $12,000 into aide Wilkinson's state Senate campaign
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 29 days ago
companies, contributed $3,000. Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's JOB4TN PAC also contributed $2,000 to Gardenhire while the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga PAC gave $3,500. In late June, Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey, R-Blountville,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate Transactions• 13277 Irving, Jennifer A. Cantie; Thomas A. Cantie to Amanda B. Arnold; Shawn
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
• 13277 Irving, Jennifer A. Cantie; Thomas A. Cantie to Amanda B. Arnold; Shawn M. Arnold, $260,000. • 1536 Homecourt, Cecil W. Harlin; Regina A. Harlin to Amber M. Barbaritz; Thomas J. Barbaritz, $205,000. • Vacant land Broadway, Paul J. Cambria;... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Tempe considers tiny-home community, but will movement take off in Arizona?Tempe's Humble Homes would be 300 to 600 square feet with a community garden an
Tempe considers tiny-home community, but will movement take off in Arizona?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
Tempe's Humble Homes would be 300 to 600 square feet with a community garden and center, up to 10 parking spaces and a bike locker. Tempe may create one of Arizona's first tiny-home communities, with as many as 11 houses on just two-thirds of an... Read more
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BC Local News
Woman to Watch: Sherri Paiementdevelopment. And while Paiement can plan industry events and lobby for better
Woman to Watch: Sherri Paiement
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
development. And while Paiement can plan industry events and lobby for better conditions for members with the best of association directors, her first love was for the equestrian world. “I grew up in the country, around horses. My family... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Woman to Watch: Sherri Paiementdevelopment. And while Paiement can plan industry events and lobby for better
Woman to Watch: Sherri Paiement
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 1 months ago
development. And while Paiement can plan industry events and lobby for better conditions for members with the best of association directors, her first love was for the equestrian world. “I grew up in the country, around horses. My family... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Will Seattle really become the next San Francisco?Francisco. Sure, housing prices and rents are skyrocketing here, but are we re
Will Seattle really become the next San Francisco?
The Seattle Times / Posted 1 months ago
Francisco. Sure, housing prices and rents are skyrocketing here, but are we really doomed to a fate where million-dollar homes and $5,000-a-month rents will soon be the norm? Don’t count on it. Seattle is nowhere near catching up to San... Read more

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