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  • Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math

    Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math
    TALLAHASSEE — Turn on a TV and you're going to hear Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist trying to claim credit for stewarding the state’s tourism- and housing-dependent economy through the worst global crash...
  • Edenton, N.C., offers plenty of historic charm on the water

    "One of America's prettiest towns" is the designation Edenton, N.C., earned from Forbes.com. From shops selling funky and eclectic art and a scenic waterfront that includes a restored 1886 lighthouse to historic homes and delicious food, Edenton more...
  • WLS' Roe Conn buys North Side home

    WLS' Roe Conn buys North Side home
    WLS-AM afternoon co-host Roe Conn has paid more than $1.4 million for a four-bedroom home on Chicago's North Side. Conn, who co-hosts the 2-6 p.m. shift each weekday with Richard Roeper, recently closed on the purchase of his new home, about four months...
  • Transferring property to children can get complicated

    Transferring property to children can get complicated
    Q: I wish to set up my daughter and son with a house. My plan is to buy two houses and rent them to each family but not collect any rent except for what it costs for the property taxes and insurance. Then at my passing, they will inherit the houses at the...
  • Sharpe's Apartment Lease In Charter Group's Building Raises More Questions

    Sharpe's Apartment Lease In Charter Group's Building Raises More Questions
    Ex-charter school boss Michael Sharpe's lease with his former employer has raised new questions about how much he has been paying to live in an Asylum Hill apartment owned by the government-subsidized Jumoke Academy charter group. Sharpe, who until late...
  • Property values tick up We're still below 2007 levels, but Broward overall rises 7.2 percent, above expectations

    Broward County property values exceeded expectations this year, rising 7.2 percent, another sign of the rebounding real estate market. Broward Property Appraiser Lori Parrish released the annual tax roll Friday, posting the third straight increase after...
  • North Lauderdale property taxes going up, even though rate is lower

    Some taxpayers will pay more in property taxes because of rising home values. Even though the city will lower its tax rate for the upcoming year, it will still rake in nearly half a million dollars more than last year because of increased values....
  • Cars with 'For Sale' signs may soon be illegal on public property in Boynton

    Cars with 'For Sale' signs may soon be illegal on public property in Boynton
    Vehicle owners in Boynton Beach who leave their cars on public property with a "For Sale" sign in the window may soon get fined. Earlier this month, the Boynton Beach City Commission had an initial reading of an ordinance that will ban curbstoning...
  • Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green

    Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green
    When it comes to real estate holdings in Boca Raton, one of the most expansive is the city's own portfolio. Boca owns 177 properties worth an estimated $395 million on the real estate market and that doesn't count the $112 million in downtown property...
  • Rising Sheriff's Office salaries pose budget challenge

    Rising Sheriff's Office salaries pose budget challenge
    The price of providing public safety keeps going up in Palm Beach County, with soaring salaries for Sheriff's Office employees taking much of the blame for the rising public cost. Increased salaries are prompting more scrutiny of Ric Bradshaw's personnel...
  • Why sheriffs oppose medical pot: Profits, not public safety

    The opposition of the Florida Sheriffs Association to Amendment 2 has more to do with cash than public safety. The sheriffs have become so accustomed to federal anti-drug money and property forfeitures that they resist any change that might someday shut...