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  • Council OKs city takeover of tax calculations

    Council OKs city takeover of tax calculations
    If historic tax bills are wrong in the future, at least city property owners will know who to blame. The City Council voted unanimously Monday to give Baltimore’s government authority to do the appraisals that determine the size of historic tax...
  • Orlando home prices drop in August

    Orlando home prices drop in August
    Home prices in the core Orlando market took a seasonal dip in August, dropping from a midpoint of $170,950 in July to $165,000 last month, according to a report released Monday by the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. Prices typically soften after...
  • Buying a house going into foreclosure is risky business

    Buying a house going into foreclosure is risky business
    Q: There is a house in our neighborhood we would like to pursue. It goes to foreclosure this month. We have tried to buy this property outright, but there are too many liens and back taxes. Outstanding loans (without liens, taxes, etc.) are $434,000....
  • Valley has housing shortage at top, bottom of income scale

    Valley has housing shortage at top, bottom of income scale
    After living for three years with her son and daughter in a third-floor, two-bedroom walk-up in Allentown's West End, Brooke Strachan was more than ready this summer to buy her own home. For six months, she had pored over listings on the real estate...
  • Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center

    Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center
    Tavistock Development Co., affiliated with the owners of Isleworth and Lake Nona, sold its ground-floor retail space at The Grove commercial center in Windermere to shopping-center developer Equity One Inc. The New York-based Equity One bought the...
  • Homeowner association won't make repairs; is there recourse?

    Question: We bought our property in a homeowner association more than 15 years ago, influenced by the salesperson, board and managers who promoted "community." They emphasized amenities and goals of increasing and maintaining property values, ensuring...
  • Simsbury Seeks Funds To Study Open Space Management

    SIMSBURY — The town is considering hiring consultants who would help it prepare plans for managing hundreds of acres of open space. Selectmen agreed to request $49,000 for four different studies, one of which would look into how to manage 420 acres...
  • Roll Call's 50 richest members of Congress for 2014

    WASHINGTON They invested in an aquaculture business, a bank and good old blue chip stocks and bonds. The richest members of Congress found myriad ways to get wealthier in 2013, CQ Roll Call's annual survey of congressional wealth shows. Many lawmakers'...
  • Lisle OKs sale contract for old village hall site

    Lisle OKs sale contract for old village hall site
    Lisle has entered a $1 million agreement to sell its old village hall site despite concerns from residents over plans to create apartments and retail space. Officials say the step was necessary to begin the process that includes studies and hearings....
  • MGM Resorts cleared to re-enter ailing Atlantic City market

    ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (Reuters) - MGM Resorts International won regulatory permission on Wednesday to re-enter the Atlantic City casino market after a 20-month investigation focusing on the company's ties to Pansy Ho, the richest woman in Hong Kong, who...
  • Chicago SRO proposal: Help the poor or write a big check

    Chicago SRO proposal: Help the poor or write a big check
    Chicago's efforts to preserve single-room-occupancy hotels could force existing building owners, as well as buyers, to follow a lengthy and potentially expensive list of mandates that includes giving some displaced tenants as much as $10,600 in relocation...