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  • Long history of racial tension set the stage for Ferguson protests

    Long history of racial tension set the stage for Ferguson protests
    As Dorothy Kaiser rides down the main streets of Ferguson, the town unfolds before her like a diary. This neighborhood is newer; that one is older; she raised her children in this house, and grew up in that one herself. As far as anyone can tell, she...
  • Celebration senior community planned

    Celebration senior community planned
    Celebration is slated to get its first development targeting aging residents — a $60 million community with independent- and assisted-living facilities and memory care. "Disney never planned for senior housing in the 1990s," said Richard Ackerman,...
  • Developers launch construction on Commonwealth Green in York County

    Developers launch construction on Commonwealth Green in York County
    A large-scale mixed-use development under construction in York County could deliver another 1,500 to 2,000 residents over the three years to a section of the greater Peninsula that's experiencing a boon in new retail and housing. Contractors are...
  • Is selling home by auction the way to go?

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Can you advise if there has been any comparative analysis of selling a home via auction vs. listing? I have been searching but have been unable to find any independently verifiable comparative analysis reviewing the...
  • Risk of price bubbles won't stop ECB trying to revive inflation: Draghi

    The risk of price bubbles forming in property or corporate bonds would not deter the European Central Bank from its efforts to revive inflation, ECB officials said on Thursday. The ECB has cut interest rates to practically zero and is readying more...
  • More Chinese, others from abroad are buying houses in Dallas, US

    DALLAS Some of Plano real estate agent Michelle Lee's best clients these days are coming from across the globe. Lee and other real estate professionals around the country are getting business from foreign buyers eager to snap up homes in America. "I get...
  • Short sales on the decline as economy improves

    Short sales on the decline as economy improves
    Monica and Bert Horner found their dream home last year in the Baltimore suburbs, but the deal from the start was akin to a troubled relationship — complicated. The four-bedroom, 21/2-bath Colonial in Baldwin was listed as a short sale, meaning...
  • Plan progresses to bring Walmart Supercenter to Mundelein

    Plan progresses to bring Walmart Supercenter to Mundelein
    Plans to bring a Walmart Supercenter to the Highway 60 and Route 45 retail corridor in Mundelein are moving forward with an eye toward breaking ground as early as next summer, village officials said. The village board recently approved, 4-3, an economic...
  • School Board, Council At Odds Over Fate Of Center School

    EAST HAMPTON — The board of education is heading toward a showdown with the town council over the future of the old Center School building in the village center. The school board wants the beloved 1912 school building -- which now houses fifth- and...
  • Seasons at Bel Air sells for $80 million

    Seasons at Bel Air sells for $80 million
    A Harford County apartment complex that spent years in receivership has sold for $80 million, said the brokerage firm that worked on the deal. The 732-unit Seasons at Bel Air was purchased by Hampshire Properties, a privately-held Brooklyn-based real...
  • Hudson Pacific Properties' perseverance yields return to profitability

    Faith and patience have begun to pay off in a big way for Hudson Pacific Properties Inc., a company that is on pace for its best year ever. The patience was tested by years of red ink. The faith, including a belief that some of Hollywood's golden age...