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  • Pinnacle Entertainment in talks to sell real estate assets

    Pinnacle Entertainment, which is in process of splitting into two companies, confirmed Monday that it is in talks to sell its real estate assets to Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. Shares of both companies rose Monday. In March, casino property...
  • Weak Canadian dollar drives vacation-home sales

    Weak Canadian dollar drives vacation-home sales
    Canadians Edward and Arlene Fairbrother are selling their $395,000 Central Florida vacation home for a $30,000 loss but, because of favorable exchange rates, they expect to at least break even. For every U.S. dollar they collect on the sale, the...
  • TA Realty acquires Sanford warehouses

    TA Realty acquires Sanford warehouses
    The Cushman & Wakefield team of Mike Davis, Michael Lerner, and Rick Brugge represented the Rio Hondo Capital Partners in its $14.4 million sale of Monroe CommerCenter North. The two-building portfolio is on Church Street in Sanford. TA Realty...
  • Can landlord require tenant to pay rent in cash?

    Can landlord require tenant to pay rent in cash?
    Question: I moved into a small rental property six years ago. Three months ago, this property was sold to a new owner. The new landlord wants me to start paying my rent in cash. I am uncomfortable about possibly not getting credit for the payment. I don't...
  • Family-funded reverse mortgage can help elderly parents keep home

    Family-funded reverse mortgage can help elderly parents keep home
    WASHINGTON — Could there be a way to help senior homeowners with their cash flow needs without saddling them — and ultimately their families — with high costs? That's a key question at a time when millions of seniors are flooding...
  • Board's 'censure' of a director may quickly get association sued

    Question: My board makes up forms, then tries to make them look "official." One official-looking fabricated form is called "Censure of Board Director." The form says we are a nonprofit mutual benefit corporation and have governing documents, covenants,...
  • Spanish-style two-story in the Hollywood Hills with 1930s charm

     Spanish-style two-story in the Hollywood Hills with 1930s charm
    Tucked behind tall hedges and surrounded by lush landscaping, this Spanish-style two-story in the Hollywood Hills retains its 1930s charm. Vaulted beam ceilings, arched interior doorways and colorful tile stair risers are among period details within the...
  • Sean Penn will be making a move in Malibu

    Sean Penn will be making a move in Malibu
    Academy Award-winning actor Sean Penn has listed his retreat in Malibu for sale at $6.55 million. The gated single-story ranch-style home, built in 1960, is laid out in a U-shape with courtyard space suited to entertaining. A detached guesthouse...
  • After cleanup from Baltimore riots, some fear economic scars will linger

    After cleanup from Baltimore riots, some fear economic scars will linger
    After Monday's rioting, Attman's Delicatessen lost a catering event, about $1,000 in convention-related sales and half its usual Tuesday sales, said Marc Attman, owner of the Lombard Street landmark. But Attman, whose family's 100-year-old shop survived...
  • Long road ahead for Chicago area's new-home market

    Long road ahead for Chicago area's new-home market
    Existing-home sales are seeing a healthy bounce in the Chicago area. Homebuilding, though, still has a way to go. There are relatively good new-home markets and bad markets, and then there's ugly. The Chicago area is one of the uglies, according to...
  • Wheaton collects unexpected $120,000 transfer tax from Wyndemere sale

     Wheaton collects unexpected $120,000 transfer tax from Wyndemere sale
    The city of Wheaton recently received an almost $120,000 surprise in its coffers after the Wyndemere retirement complex was sold. The March 2 sale of Wyndemere on the city's west side brought the city $119,750 in real estate transfer taxes. The...