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  • Howard site is a key player for shows like Disney on Ice and Monster Jam

    Howard site is a key player for shows like Disney on Ice and Monster Jam
    Monster trucks, wild animals and figure skaters draw millions to Feld Entertainment's live traveling shows each year. But some of that magic comes from an unlikely arena — an industrial complex in Jessup. Thousands of stuffed toys, flashing light...
  • An FHA retreat on zero-balance mortgage interest, with a hitch

    Can you be charged interest on your mortgage even after you've fully paid it off? Can the meter keep running when you owe the bank nothing — your principal balance is zero? Surprise! Much to the chagrin of large numbers of home sellers and...
  • Sell low-value house or just donate it to charity?

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I'm in the Atlanta area and listen to your show on Sunday and appreciate all that you do. I also love your books and give them as graduation gifts. My siblings and I all live in metro Atlanta and my mother is...
  • American Tire Distributors to rent huge warehouse near Bakersfield

    American Tire Distributors to rent huge warehouse near Bakersfield
    American Tire Distributors Inc., one of the nation's largest tire distributors, has agreed to rent a massive new $65-million warehouse near Bakersfield in the Kern County city of Shafter. Landlord Roll Real Estate Development will build the 1-million-...
  • Broward County homes overvalued, but don't worry about bubble yet

    Broward County homes overvalued, but don't worry about bubble yet
    Recent price spikes have turned Broward County’s housing market into one of the nation’s most overvalued — but it’s still far too soon to worry about another bubble, analysts say. As of the first quarter of 2014, Broward homes...
  • Boss catch you job shopping? Three tips to avoid being fired

    DEAR JOYCE: I've been job hunting on the sneak for about two months. My boss, a take-no-prisoners type, fired two co-workers last year for the same thing. I thought I was in the clear but now I'm concerned that my intent has become suspect. What's best:...
  • For second act, boomers want to retire in style

    If the real estate industry is worried about not being able to satisfy buyer demand because they don't have enough houses listed for sale, it ought to look no farther than the legions of baby boomers living among us. One might surmise that from a new...
  • More homeowners are becoming first-time landlords

    More homeowners are becoming first-time landlords
    The real estate market has long worked on a simple system: If you want to buy a new house, sell the old one and use the equity for a down payment. But the last few years of low ownership costs and rising rents have some move-up buyers trying a new...
  • Know your rights if mortgage sold to another lender

    Q: My mortgage was sold twice, ending up with an out-of-state lender. That is when the problems started. It paid our insurance from escrow when we are escrow waived and have been for 24 years. Then they dropped my wife's name from the account and have...
  • Unit owners can retain handicapped parking spots

    Q: I live in a 40-unit condominium building that contains deeded parking units in the garage. A couple of wider-than-normal handicapped parking spaces were sold to unit owners when the project was completed many years ago, but those owners do not have...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Frank Colaccino Gives AIC Students Career Advice

    Frank Colaccino of Suffield, CEO of the Colvest Group, was the first speaker in the new Faces of AIC Lecture Series at American International College (AIC). More than 100 students and faculty and staff members packed the West Wing of the Sprague Cultural...