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  • Settling in: Adult communities create work-free havens for empty nesters

    All that grass to mow. All that snow to shovel. All those noisy kids hanging out on the corner. All those are reasons for moving to an active adult community. In active adult communities, typically at least one buyer must be 55 years old. Children can...
  • Home Sales In Greater Hartford Slow in August

     Home Sales In Greater Hartford Slow in August
    Greater Hartford home sales slowed in August, a new report Thursday shows, evidence that the spring home buying season fell short of expectations. Sales of single-family houses fell nearly 5 percent in August to 1,015 compared with 1,067 for the same...
  • Keller Williams Agents Say Their Workplace Is Happy Because Agents Teach Each Other

    Keller Williams Agents Say Their Workplace Is Happy Because Agents Teach Each Other
    Dana Flanagan switched from another national real estate sales firm to Keller Williams five months ago. She loved her former broker, and had been very successful there. She says she was often the top producer among 85 agents, and went to national sales...
  • Orioles nearly double normal TV audience for Tuesday's game

    Orioles nearly double normal TV audience for Tuesday's game
    The TV audience for Tuesday night's division-clinching victory was almost twice as large as normal for an Orioles game on MASN this season, according to figures provided by the channel. O's games averaged a 5.9 household rating this season, which...
  • China house prices fall for fourth straight month as downtrend deepens

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's new home prices fell in August for a fourth straight month and declines spread to a record number of cities, underlining a deepening downtrend in the property market that is increasingly weighing on the broader economy. News...
  • Repurposing fills gap for nonrecyclable junk

    Repurposing fills gap for nonrecyclable junk
    What do you do with 15,000 feet of old fire hose? Hammer it onto docks as boat bumpers. Weave it together for jungle gyms. Stretch it into horse fences. Cut it into pieces to sharpen straight razors. Welcome to repurposing — finding new uses for...
  • Housing price cuts point to a shift in Southland market

    Housing price cuts point to a shift in Southland market
    The latest sign that buyers are gaining leverage in Southern California's housing market: Price cuts are back. The number of homes with reduced asking prices has risen sharply in recent months, a reversal from last year's sellers' market, when list...
  • Springs officials to candidates: Stop spreading lies

    Three Coral Springs city officials have asked candidates running for City Commission to desist from spreading lies, false information and half-truths about the city for political gain. Mayor Vince Boccard and Commissioner Dan Daley did not name names,...
  • Jump in Palm Beach County asking prices among largest in nation

    Jump in Palm Beach County asking prices among largest in nation
    Home sellers in Palm Beach County are thinking big ... as in big prices. Asking prices for homes in the county rose 14.5 percent in August compared with a year earlier, according to real estate website Trulia.com. Only three areas in the nation saw...
  • Lehigh Valley Realtors see improving sales after a tough spring

    The region's real estate market can be summed up as not so bad, but could be better. As summer fades, Lehigh Valley real estate agents continue to work their way through a mixed market, with a statistical reason to expect improvement. The July report of...
  • Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition

    Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition
    Rent takes a bigger chunk of your paycheck in South Florida than almost anywhere in the nation, and the burden is getting heavier. Renters here, on average, spend 44 percent of their incomes for a place to live, far more than the national average of 30...