Valerie Garfield had a vision 18 years ago that someday – she wasn't sure when – she would own the house one door away from her mother's on South 46th Street. That dream became a reality Jan. 30. The house, which she had been renting for severa…
Archive for March, 2012
The introduction of the 2012 municipal budget in New Milford turned into a heated debate among members of the governing body.
The Modesto City Council will deal with a full agenda when it meets at 5:30 p.m. today in the baseme
What you want, is what you get. That is the basic promise that Curtis Ward of Distinctive Homes of Tennessee makes and fulfills to all of his clients who select his company to build their dream home.
Washington- The Obama administration wants to award $14.2 million in grants to help automakers build stronger and lighter materials for advanced vehicles.
It’s now a near certainty that Wall Street executives committed felonies. The recently released audits of robo-mortgage activities by the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Housing and Urban Development details shocking behavior at t…
New Delhi: The latest national budget has given India’s realty sector a short shrift, despite its stated objective to create conditions for growth, focusing on domestic-driven growth recovery.
So many business owners fail to prepare to meet with their banker when seeking a loan. Often the initial conversation goes like this: Business Owner, "I need a loan." Banker, "How much do you need?" Business Owner, "I don't…
Foreclosure Activity Dips Nationally, but 21 States and DC Post Annual Increases; Judicial Activity Up 24 Percent Annually, Non-Judicial Activity Down 23 Percent
A bank and a merchandise supplier allege in a lawsuit they've been stiffed out of a combined $1.5 million by the Amarillo petroleum company that sold off 63 Taylor Food Marts in January. Taylor Petroleum Cos. Inc.