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  • Cooper City, bedroom community, leads state in growth

    Cooper City, bedroom community, leads state in growth
    With a healthy population surge of 22 percent from 2010 to 2014, this humble city is suddenly leading the state in growth, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. And it's all because of the last functional dairy farm in...
  • Carroll-born realtor hosts new reality show

    Carroll-born realtor hosts new reality show
    Three years ago, TLC, the station behind "Trading Spaces" and "Flip That House" reached out to real estate agent Nick Waldner, originally from Eldersburg, to participate in an episode of "My First Home," a realty reality show. The show aired following a...
  • Banks selling more foreclosures – and getting higher prices

    Banks selling more foreclosures – and getting higher prices
    Just as the Orlando-area housing market has tightened with a slim inventory of home listings, banks have started selling more foreclosed houses, a new report shows. By selling off foreclosures when buyers are increasingly competing to find houses, banks...
  • A little relief for student loan borrowers

    There's good news, and maybe better news, for student loan borrowers. But it won't solve the problem of more than 40 million Americans who together have $1.2 trillion dollars of student loan debt outstanding. That huge and growing burden of student...
  • China Declares Golf Courses Out Of Bounds

    China Declares Golf Courses Out Of Bounds
    Recently, the Chinese government quietly went to war against golf — or, to be more specific, against golf courses. Two-thirds of the country's approximately 600 fairways were allegedly built in violation of a 2004 national moratorium, and Beijing is...
  • Assessor's office studying effect of airport noise on property values

    Assessor's office studying effect of airport noise on property values
    Your guests have gathered for a backyard barbecue, and the steaks are sizzling. Suddenly a jet roars overhead, interrupting the conversation. Shortly afterward, another noisy uninvited guest flies over. Not only can living under a busy flight path erode...
  • Greater Hartford Home Sales, Prices Gain For Second Straight Month

    Greater Hartford Home Sales, Prices Gain For Second Straight Month
    A new housing report for Greater Hartford on Tuesday provided more upbeat signs for the spring market, with both sales and prices gaining in April for the second month in a row. The median sale price — where half the sales are above, half below...
  • Drew Scott Of HGTV's 'Property Brothers' Is An Outlet Shopper

    Drew Scott Of HGTV's 'Property Brothers' Is An Outlet Shopper
    When the new Tanger Outlets officially opens at Foxwoods Resort and Casino Thursday, May 21, there will be some star power to go along with the ribbon cutting. Well-known reality show hosts, hunky twins and business magnates Drew and Jonathan Scott of...
  • Area theater companies shine bigger spotlight on female playwrights

    Area theater companies shine bigger spotlight on female playwrights
    Not all details of the 2015-2016 theater season are yet known, but a remarkable trend has already emerged in the Baltimore-Washington area -- a fresh emphasis on female playwrights to address longstanding gender disparities. The effort starts with the...
  • Oak Forest seeks youth movement

    Oak Forest seeks youth movement
    Oak Forest is thinking young as it kicks off a marketing campaign aimed at attracting younger home buyers to the city. A combination of social media as well as ads at Metra stations and Chicago Transit Authority stops will be used to steer those...
  • 5 things to know about reverse mortgages

    If you own your own home, you can turn it into a pension -- giving you a tax-free monthly payout or a lump sum -- with no need to repay until you die or sell your home. It's not too good to be true. It's called a reverse mortgage, and it's your reward for...