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  • Consumers putting more money into their homes

    Consumers putting more money into their homes
    The economy is getting better, so it's time to paint the walls. Consumers in Broward and Palm Beach counties are spending more money on decorating, painting, wallpaper and window treatments as home prices improve and the recession fades from view, state...
  • Shortage of area homes for sale throws spotlight on appraisals

    Shortage of area homes for sale throws spotlight on appraisals
    Real estate agents are still fretting about a lack of quality inventory in some parts of the housing market, and the shortage continues to drive up prices. That's good for the seller, but what happens when it comes time to have that property appraised?...
  • New agent joins Valerie Traynor Realty Glastonbury resident wins John Deer Lawn Tractor Giveaway

    Valerie Traynor Realty in Glastonbury recently welcomed Armen Kevorkian to the team. "I am excited, proud and honored to join Valerie Traynor's team of elite real estate professionals," said Kevorkian. "As a lifetime east of the river resident raising...
  • Belair-Edison: Fighting for a neighborhood for 'the middle'

    Belair-Edison: Fighting for a neighborhood for 'the middle'
    Marguerite Gallup can see it in her mind's eye: her three children racing Big Wheels in the alley behind their red brick rowhouse, her husband at work at the nearby steel mill. She'd be in the small but serviceable kitchen where she made the family dinner...
  • Allentown man buys $18,000 in office equipment with bad checks, police say

    Allentown man buys $18,000 in office equipment with bad checks, police say
    An Allentown man tricked businesses out of $18,000 in computers, printers and office coffee-makers and then cashed in on the goods by selling them to a pawn shop, police said. Joseph M. Fiore Jr., 43, was charged Monday with theft, forgery and writing...
  • South Florida home prices rise 8.3 percent in January

    South Florida home prices rise 8.3 percent in January
    Most of the country continues to chase South Florida when it comes home price increases. Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties saw prices increase 8.3 percent in January from a year ago, according to the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index. Only...
  • Leased solar panels can complicate — or kill — a home sale

    Leased solar panels can complicate — or kill — a home sale
    Can going green by leasing solar panels for your roof cost you money — or give you headaches — when you go to sell the house? Possibly both. Say you get pitched by one of the growing number of companies offering solar panels at no...
  • Should brokers be held to higher standards like lawyers or other financial professionals?

    Should brokers be held to higher standards like lawyers or other financial professionals?
    Susan Bernardo trusted her stockbroker. She wound up losing a fortune. Her broker, David Harris, advised her to sell $400,000 worth of relatively safe municipal bonds, she says, and sink the proceeds into real estate and energy partnerships in hopes of...
  • Grandma posing in real estate photos goes viral

    Grandma posing in real estate photos goes viral
    Sipping coffee on the lanai and thumbing through a magazine in the living room, one Florida grandma decided to playfully pose in photos being taken of her home for a real estate guide. Yolie Ball, 86, had her daughter take photos of the Davenport home...
  • District U46 buffing up its image with 'annual report'

    District U46 buffing up its image with 'annual report'
    Signs advertising housing developments on the fringes of Elgin note proudly that they are in the St. Charles or Burlington Central school district — not Elgin School District U46. But U46 officials are fighting back with a new 32-page "Uniquely...
  • USC's Black House proposal raises questions about racial tensions

    USC's Black House proposal raises questions about racial tensions
    When some USC student government leaders voiced support for creating a cultural house for black students, Ama Amoafo-Yeboah thought that she and other undergraduates were closer to having a space where they could hang out and hold events. But before a...