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  • Developer testifies at corruption trial of former Tamarac mayor

    Developer testifies at corruption trial of former Tamarac mayor
    Real estate developer Bruce Chait told a Broward jury Thursday that he expected Beth Flansbaum-Talabisco to do his bidding and support a controversial housing development after he helped her become mayor of Tamarac in 2006. Chait, who has admitted...
  • Tribune Publishing completes purchase of San Diego paper

    Tribune Publishing Co. said Thursday that it completed its purchase of San Diego's dominant newspaper from real estate developer Douglas Manchester for $85 million. The San Diego newspaper immediately changed its name from U-T San Diego to The San...
  • Spring home sales surge in Palm Beach, Broward counties

    Spring home sales surge in Palm Beach, Broward counties
    A robust spring home selling season continued last month as more properties sold for higher prices across Palm Beach and Broward counties. Sales of existing single-family homes in Broward jumped 10 percent in April, to 1,465 from 1,334 a year earlier,...
  • 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...
  • Chinese investments in U.S. businesses are accelerating

    Chinese investments in U.S. businesses are accelerating
    Chinese investments in U.S. businesses, all but nonexistent 15 years ago, now total nearly $50 billion and could reach $200 billion by the end of the decade, according to a new study tracking the accelerating trend. Rising energy and labor costs in...
  • Rhode Island Mall to be sold, not turned into outlet

    City officials say the owners of the Rhode Island Mall are no longer planning to convert the property into a retail outlet. Co-owners Winstanley Enterprises and Surrey Equities now plan to sell the property, the state's first suburban mall. The...
  • John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program

    John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program
    When Queen Elizabeth II stopped in San Francisco on a U.S. tour in 1983, a tall, affable Jesuit priest stood in the receiving line to greet her at a formal event. Father John Lo Schiavo, then president of the University of San Francisco, told the...
  • Surge in home construction is lifting hopes for US economy

    The U.S. housing market has given a sudden jolt to what appeared to be a slumping economy. Builders broke ground on homes last month at the fastest pace in more than seven years. The stepped-up construction is helping boost sales at stores like Home...
  • SoCal home sales, prices show gains

    SoCal home sales, prices show gains
    Southern California home prices and sales climbed in April for the second straight month after a period of stagnation. The gains, however, may signal a tough summer ahead for buyers, who face a dwindling supply of homes in most areas. The price and...
  • 'Property Brothers' to offer advice at Lehigh Valley Realtors event in Bethlehem

    Drew and Jonathan Scott, hosts of the HGTV reality show "Property Brothers," will give a talk next week at the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors' open-to-the-public Signature Event at Bethlehem's SteelStacks. Drew Scott is a real estate expert who finds...
  • City staff supports Masonic Temple revival project with one stipulation

    City staff supports Masonic Temple revival project with one stipulation
    The second round of design plans for revival of the long-dormant Masonic Temple in downtown Glendale heads to the Historic Preservation Commission for a vote next week, but there’s one element city staff is strongly recommending against. The latest...