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  • Ocean View schools committee to study potential property sales

    Residents in the Ocean View School District can apply to serve on a committee that will consider whether to sell some of the district's real estate holdings, including schools. Such sales are considered a potential long-term financial fix for the...
  • Inventory rises in housing market

    After a lengthy string of increases, the median sale price for a single-family home in Glendale dropped slightly last month from the same time last year, and the number of homes sold climbed, according to the latest real estate report. The median...
  • Getting the price right: Listing your home to make it sell

    Getting the price right: Listing your home to make it sell
    The little repairs have been made, floors swept and windows scrubbed until they gleam crystal clear. Your home is ready for the market. But at what price? Setting the price is a complicated and often nerve-racking step in the home sale process. Set...
  • Orlando-based Ponzi scheme targeted Italian investors, feds allege

    Orlando-based Ponzi scheme targeted Italian investors, feds allege
    Federal agents seized property in Orlando, Windermere and Aventura on Monday, outlining allegations of a Ponzi scheme that ripped off Italian investors. Attorneys representing victims in civil lawsuits said the scheme includes at least 100 people,...
  • 'Climate ribbon' will cool shoppers at Miami-area shopping center

    MIAMI When developer Swire Properties swings open the doors on its mammoth en plein air shopping center next year, it's making a bet its well-heeled customers won't break a sweat in Miami's summer swelter a $30 million bet. An undulating, cascading...
  • All 3 owners must sign off on property sale

    All 3 owners must sign off on property sale
    Q: My wife and I own 51 percent of a house in Arizona, and my estranged brother-in-law owns 49 percent. The loan is 100 percent in my name. We bought the house in 2005 and lived there for two years before moving back to Illinois. The house had fallen in...
  • 1986 Flashback: The birth of Office Depot in Lauderdale Lakes Mall

    1986 Flashback: The birth of Office Depot in Lauderdale Lakes Mall
    This story originally appeared in the Sun Sentinel on October 20, 1986: Home Depot may have once been a competitor to Pat Sher, but he has adopted its last name for his new venture -- Office Depot. The founder of the Mr. HOW Warehouse home improvement...
  • The Broad contemporary art museum sets opening date in Los Angeles; admission will be free

    The Broad, a contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles that will be free to visitors, said Thursday it will open its doors on Sept. 20. The $140 million museum next to Walt Disney Concert Hall will showcase the collection of billionaire...
  • Report: Virginia, Hampton Roads homes sales grew during Q4 2014

     Report: Virginia, Hampton Roads homes sales grew during Q4 2014
    Homes sales appear to rebounding across the state and in Hampton Roads. Realtors sold 22,968 homes during the fourth quarter of 2014, according to a recent report released by the Virginia Association of Realtors (VAR). That's a 2.3 percent increase over...
  • City lists 'problem landlords' on website

    City lists  'problem landlords' on website
    Chicago's Building Department published its first "problem landlords" list on its website Monday night in an attempt to crack down and publicly shame apartment building owners into providing tenants with basic services such as heat, hot water and...
  • Extra association fees were not disclosed at closing

    Extra association fees were not disclosed at closing
    Q: My husband and I recently bought our first home, which was a HUD foreclosure. Prior to closing, we were aware that there was a homeowners association with past fees and dues that had not been paid. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...