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  • In resort towns, working class gets squeezed out while the wealthy buy vacation homes

    At first, Loly Garcia didn't have to travel far to her jobs in the chic hotels of this fabled tourist town. She shared a tiny studio apartment with her father, brother and a cousin after arriving from El Salvador more than 20 years ago. But after she...
  • Towns ponder legal action against investment fund

    As almost 300 Chicago suburbs and other public agencies wait to see if they will recoup some of the $50.4 million they collectively lost in an investment, some have not ruled out suing the investment fund. Todd Hileman, village manager of north...
  • Bulk buyer pays $9.6 million for 104 units at Windward Lakes condos

    Bulk buyer pays $9.6 million for 104 units at Windward Lakes condos
    In a rare bulk sale, an entity tied to a Hollywood investment fund paid $9.6 million for 104 units at The Windward Lakes Condominiums in Pompano Beach. Windward, at 4001 W. McNab Road, has 276 total units. It opened in 1992 as apartments and later became...
  • Dan Crimmins: Special funds that give much

    "It is every man's obligation," said Albert Einstein, "to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it." If you agree and have wondered about starting a private foundation to control the spending of your charitable...
  • House sale is in the cards for Dennis Miller

    House sale is in the cards for Dennis Miller
    Comic actor, writer and talk-show host Dennis Miller has listed his beach home in Carpinteria for $22.5 million. Set on more than half an acre along 63 feet of sandy beach, the 6,320-square-foot home was designed by architect Don Nulty and built in...
  • Folly Quarter Manor and Equestrian Estate's next owners have big shoes to fill

    Folly Quarter Manor and Equestrian Estate's next owners have big shoes to fill
    Maryland lays claim to an abundant share of American history, much of it preserved in our homes and the very land on which they stand. In few places is that more evident than in Ellicott City’s Folly Quarter Manor and Equestrian Estate, a piece of...
  • 12/29: People on move

    12/29: People on move
    Banking Michael Hershaft, was appointed vice president and SBA specialist at Florida Bank of Commerce. Boards of directors The Central Florida Commercial Association of Realtors elected the following officers for 2015: President, Robin Kesler, RE/...
  • Mortgage money, better selection of homes to ring in new year

    Mortgage money, better selection of homes to ring in new year
    South Florida home prices soared from 2000 to 2005, then plunged during the next six years before quickly bouncing off the bottom. But the market's mood swings appear to be over, analysts say. Housing settled into a more reliable investment in 2014,...
  • Real estate notebook: West Palm offices trade for $8.8 million

    Real estate notebook: West Palm offices trade for $8.8 million
    A six-building office portfolio in West Palm Beach sold recently for $8.8 million. Grover Corlew LLC bought the buildings at 2500-2581 and 2440-2478 Metrocentre Blvd. in the Metrocentre Corporate Park. The seller was General Electric Credit Equities,...
  • Revel utility misses bond payment; wants to shut off building

    PHILADELPHIA ACR Energy Partners LLC, which owns and operates the central utility plant attached to the bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J., did not have enough money to make a $6.9 million interest payment to bondholders due Dec. 1,...
  • Special Report: How Ameriprise shaped deals so it could sell more securities

    Ameriprise Financial Inc, the third-largest independent U.S. brokerage firm, is using its size and reach to shape risky securities it sells, sometimes in ways that make them riskier. At least three times in the past two years, the broker-dealer asked...