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  • Carter firm buys 8 housing properties

    Carter firm buys 8 housing properties
    Daryl Carter, founder of Avanath Capital Management LLC, closed on eight affordable housing properties, including Cypress Club in Orlando. The real estate investment management group purchased 1,700 units, with sites in Naples, New York, California, and...
  • Exterior replacement projects offer best bang for buck

    Exterior replacement projects offer best bang for buck
    Remodeling a home this year may not pack quite the punch it has during the past few years. While costs for the work have continued to increase, the payback in terms of home appreciation isn't as great, according to real estate agents who helped...
  • Inland American shareholders back board; union calls for asset distribution

    A union that represents hotel workers continued its campaign against Inland American Real Estate Trust on Tuesday even as investors overwhelmingly backed management at the Oak Brook-based company's recent shareholder meeting. Inland American, in a...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Office buildings for lease in Broward, Palm Beach counties

    Real Estate Notebook: Office buildings for lease in Broward, Palm Beach counties
    A recap of the week's real estate news. The JLL real estate firm says it's leasing nearly two office buildings in Palm Beach and Broward counties. JLL will be searching for tenants at 1900 Glades Road in Boca Raton and Sawgrass Court in Sunrise. The...
  • What does association law say about raccoon damage?

    What does association law say about raccoon damage?
    Q. I live in a town house in a senior living community. Our community comprises single-family, town house and condominium units. Raccoons have burrowed their way into some town house attics. The cleanup and repair costs are expensive, and the...
  • Take time to find the right property management company

    Take time to find the right property management company
    Choosing a manager is one of the most important decisions a community association will make. Because managers are closely involved in daily functions and future planning, their performance — or lack thereof — has a major effect on the...
  • Get an attorney to help remove liens from property

    Get an attorney to help remove liens from property
    Q: I lost my husband last year and I am trying to sell one of the rental houses we had in California. My real estate agent found out about three liens on the house, which also are on the other rental property and on my primary home. Apparently, this is...
  • Allentown and Bethlehem vie for new PPL spinoff

    Allentown and Bethlehem vie for new PPL spinoff
    When it comes to development, Allentown and Bethlehem often have been pitted against each other. The Lehigh Valley's two largest cities competed for a casino, baseball stadium, hockey arena, and a craft brewery that neither got. Now the cities are the...
  • New Fannie Mae program could bust deals, appraisers say

    WASHINGTON — Could a controversial new program set for launch nationwide this month by giant mortgage investor Fannie Mae lead to slower and costlier home sale closings and more disputes over prices between sellers and buyers — busting deals...
  • Review of smart-growth strategies anticipated under Hogan administration

    Review of smart-growth strategies anticipated under Hogan administration
    Advocates say smart-growth policies pioneered in Maryland in the 1990s and strengthened under Gov. Martin O'Malley are key to boosting economic development, with benefits that go beyond containing sprawl and protecting the environment. The question is...
  • House sale is in the cards for Dennis Miller

    House sale is in the cards for Dennis Miller
    Comic actor, writer and talk-show host Dennis Miller has listed his beach home in Carpinteria for $22.5 million. Set on more than half an acre along 63 feet of sandy beach, the 6,320-square-foot home was designed by architect Don Nulty and built in...