Tuesday, 31 March, 2015
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Developers cashing in on office condo trend
Developer and real estate investor Bill Hostettler has built condominiums and bought apartments as well as shopping centers.
State liquor law fight will surely go a few rounds
The grocers may have lost their bid to change state law to allow wine sales in grocery stores, but the fight won’t end.
Marketplace: PGM steps up to Murray site
PGM Properties is making a go of building a massive mixed-use project at the corner Maryland Way and Franklin Pike in Brentwood.
Chatter Class: Minority-owned not easy to define
Since Mayor Karl Dean was elected, the issue of minority, women-owned and small businesses landing their share of government contracts has been center stage.
Creating Places: Old, new mesh in Broadway Hotel
It’s not easy to meld the old with the new. With architecture, the task is doubly difficult.
We have 90 credit cards in a safe deposit box, and they all have zero balances. I know you say we don’t need credit, but I’d really like for us to keep our credit rating intact.
Real estate matters
A new study suggests that one of the reasons many subprime loans have failed is because of very weak underwriting.
Real estate transactions
Townsel tapped as CHART executive director Jones joins Sarah Cannon Research Institute Martin named CEO of Express Courier Aegis Sciences adds Shelby American Water Heaters appoints brand manager
Feds may take breather after seven rate cuts
Federal Reserve officials are betting that seven interest-rate cuts and emergency loans to banks may be just about enough to pull the economy through the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression.
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