Tag Archives: real estate

A surprising thing could be asked of you when applying for a personal loan

Wondering how to get a personal loan? These 5 steps are important to follow before even applying. Getty Images Admittedly, gathering everything you need to apply for a loan can be tedious, but on the other hand, personal loans are often one of the quickest loans to get because you …

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The £1million Poole family home which was only built in 1998 is razed

This is the moment a ‘beautiful’ £1million house is razed to the ground in an act described as ‘scandalous’ by neighbours. The family home in the Canford Cliffs suburb of Poole, Dorset, was built as recently as 1998 – but was demolished by diggers less than 25 years later despite …

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Padstow’s booming prices are due to ‘old world feel’ and celebrity charm

There are plenty of inspiring places across Cornwall with a pretty character surface, but there is one particular place that has long claimed the hearts of those looking to call it home. The crazy property boom of the past two years has not been kind to Padstow. Its desirability skyrocketed …

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The notoriety factor drives up real estate prices by more than 100%…

Property portal, MoveStreets, has released new data that reveals how the notoriety factor can boost property prices by up to 117% when it comes to areas frequented by the rich and famous. What the research found MoveStreets analyzed the average house price in postcodes popular with celebrities in four areas …

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The notoriety factor drives up property prices by more than 100%

MoveStreets, the property portal designed for the mobile generation, has revealed how the notoriety factor can drive property prices up to 117% when it comes to areas frequented by the rich and famous. MoveStreets analyzed the average house price in postcodes popular with celebrities in four areas of the UK …

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Coffs Harbor homelessness advocate faces own rental struggle

A Coffs Harbor man who has devoted much of his professional life to advocating for the homeless is now struggling to find new accommodation himself. Key points: After years of campaigning, Dean Evers faces his own struggle in the rental market Median rental prices in Coffs Harbor are between $420 …

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Business Loan Qualifications: How to Qualify for Financing

Getting a small business loan can be overwhelming and sometimes frustrating. Understand what is required to qualify for a business loan to facilitate the process of applying for and obtaining business financing. Most small business financing is based on three main criteria: income, credit, and time in business. Depending on …

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Tax on luxury residences? New report suggests it for Canada

TORONTO –A new report on housing affordability calls for a surtax on homes worth more than $ 1 million to curb soaring house prices and fund affordable housing projects. The report was published by Generation Squeeze, a Vancouver-based non-profit organization, and received funding from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation …

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The mortgage shakes! Meet the lenders taking on the big banks in 2022

Australian borrowers looking for lower rates, faster approval processes and flexible loan terms are seriously deserting the big banks for more competitive lenders. But with so many different options available, which competing lenders really stand out from the crowd? Aussie-owned Loans.com.au is en masse for bank borrowers who are fed …

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Under the Stars: Can’t Stop Music with Pamela Z, The Residents, Sis, more

Under The Stars is back from the backcountry for 2022. Happy New Year! It’s good to get together with all of you, virtually, once again. It’s true people. This week our near-weekly column featuring new music releases, upcoming shows, and a number of other adjoining articles bids a sad farewell …

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Richard Carr: The man behind the Sandbanks and Salterns Marina hotels

“MARMITE Character” Richard Carr is the man behind many of the area’s greatest developments. Mr Carr’s company, Fortitudo, is spearheading the development of the Salterns Marina, Glen Fern Road and the controversial Sandbanks three hotel projects. Work has already started on the £ 150million development of a hotel and apartment …

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Inside Rightmove’s most viewed homes in 2021

These 10 jaw-dropping properties have been the biggest hits with house hunters over the past 12 months Upping sticks has been a hot topic for many of us in 2021 and there hasn’t been an end of amazing homes on the market to admire. READ MORE: Costly Mistakes People Make …

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Carbon houses will be built in the Powys

Dolforgan View real estate development in Kerry The new energy efficient wood frame properties rated “A” EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) are being built by Wyro Green Homes as part of the final phase of their development in Dolforgan View, Kerry, near Newtown. Forty-five homes have been built to date in …

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Developer hunt to transform the Bournemouth seafront arcade

EFFORTS to redevelop a premier seafront site in Bournemouth, which currently houses a games room, have resumed. Savills began their search to find a partner to deliver a “new and dynamic hospitality-based destination business” at the Happyland site near Bournemouth Pier. The commercial real estate advisor said he had already …

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Rightmove names coastal locations most ‘in demand’ for UK homebuyers for 2021

The UK’s largest real estate site Rightmove has revealed the most ‘requested’ coastal locations for buyers this year. Rightmove’s latest analysis of the year revealed that Bournemouth took first place as the most ‘requested’ coastal location for shoppers. The site based its analysis on millions of data points on supply, …

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The most “requested” seaside towns for house hunters revealed

Bournemouth, on the south coast of England, is the most requested seaside hot spot for homebuyers in 2021. Remote working has seen more and more people leave cities, which means searches for coastal property have increased dramatically. 1 Most Popular Coastal Cities For Shoppers According To Rightmove Data At the …

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Bournemouth named most in demand coastal real estate location

BOURNEMOUTH has been named as the most in-demand coastal real estate location, with Poole also taking the top spot, the latest data reveals. Rightmove’s figures, based on millions of data points on supply, demand and price in the real estate market, looked at activity in coastal areas in 2021 compared …

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New Lidl opens in Shaftesbury this week

LIDL GB has confirmed that its new supermarket on Christy’s Lane in Shaftesbury will open for the first time on Thursday. The store’s opening hours will be 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. During the first week of opening, customers …

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10 of the most prestigious houses in the country currently on the market

Do you dream of a home that exudes opulence and sophistication? Then browse our list of the 10 best luxury homes on the market across the country. Hunters Hill Ready to claim one of the Hunters Hill Peninsula’s most expensive auctions, this contemporary waterfront home features Harbor Bridge and city …

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Guaranteed Rate Boosts Digital Efforts With New Chief Product & Technology Officer | Illinois

CHICAGO, Nov. 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Guaranteed rate, a leader in digital financial services, is pleased to welcome Dr Ramesh Sarukkai as the company’s new director of product and technology. The seasoned Silicon Valley technologist will be responsible for expanding the secured rate digital product portfolio to new …

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Private islands for sale in Queensland go cheap, but lifestyle has its challenges

Eager buyers trying to get a foot on the property ladder could grab a tropical island for the price of a one-bedroom Sydney apartment, according to a real estate agent. Key points: Queensland’s private island market is seeing a lot of activity amid pandemic remoteness from cities The islands have …

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Information armament in China

By Colonel R Hariharan In the biggest cleanup since Covid-19 was brought under control, China recently launched a multi-pronged regulatory crackdown on a wide range of industries, raising many uncertainties. It can be interpreted as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in President Xi Jinping’s way of reminding tech giants and …

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House prices in Bournemouth rise 26% in five years

Prices for HOUSES in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have increased from £ 245,188 in September 2015 to £ 309,741 in September 2021. This is a 26% increase to £ 64,553, according to the land register. James Scollard, owner of Clifftons Independent Estate & Letting Agents, said: “House prices in Bournemouth, …

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ACT home price records drop in October

Median house prices in Canberra are the second highest of any capital city in the country, and over the past month they have reached new highs. Here is a list of the house price records that were broken in the ACT (and Googong) suburbs in October. Chapman 20 Cercle Chauvel, …

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Pandemic turned Martha’s Vineyard housing crisis into crisis

From Boston to Cape Cod, house prices have skyrocketed, but on the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket it’s even worse. On the vineyard, the year round population has been increasing for years – and housing prices with it. But in the spring of 2020, that slow flow of newcomers …

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Australian home prices set to peak next year, Goldman says

(Bloomberg) – The Australian housing market will likely peak at the end of next year, then enter a period of stagnation in response to increased supply and tighter credit restrictions, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Prices will rise 22% this year, then slow down to a 5% gain in …

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Suburbs around Australia where rents are even lower than five years ago

Rents have hit record highs in many of Australia’s largest cities, but there are still pockets where properties are being rented for less than they cost five years ago. In Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, properties are rented at least 20% less than in 2016, according to the latest figures from …

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Expert Advice on Small Business Loans in California

California has nearly 4 million small businesses within its borders. The Golden State depends on these companies to improve its economy. As a small business owner in the state, obtaining working capital can be beneficial for your business. With sufficient cash, you can pay bills and other business expenses. The …

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Bournemouth’s most popular routes

Have you ever wondered where the most desirable streets of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are? While the coastal real estate boom shows no signs of slowing down, homes in the metropolitan area are snapping up like hot cakes. The average time taken to sell homes has been reduced since the …

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Let’s put the Fritz on! – News from downtown San Diego

During San Diego’s booming days of the 1880s, many people came to our beautiful city. The unbeatable weather and unlimited tourism have provided plenty of opportunities for enterprising businessmen to pursue their fortunes. Therefore, the influx of entrepreneurs has put a premium on real estate. Places were needed to house …

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The mortgage shakes! Meet the lenders taking on the big banks in 2021

Australian borrowers looking for lower rates, faster approval processes and flexible loan terms are seriously deserting the big banks for more competitive lenders. But with so many different options available, which competing lenders really stand out from the crowd? Aussie-owned Loans.com.au is en masse for bank borrowers who are fed …

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CURO (CURO) gains 1.54% for September 24

Last prize $ Last trade Switch $ Percentage of change % Open $ Previous Close $ High $ moo $ 52 weeks high $ 52 weeks low $ Market capitalization P / E ratio Volume To exchange CURO – Market data and news To exchange Shares of CURO Group Holdings …

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Consider cash financing when your business needs capital

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. What is cash flow financing? With cash flow financing, a business gets a loan, but that loan is backed by the expected cash flow of the business. A business’s cash flow is the amount of money that flows to and from a …

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Toronto housing at ‘crisis point’ as prices soar: broker

Toronto Area Real Estate Broker John Pasalis Warns Affordability of Homes in Nation’s Largest City Reaching ‘Crisis Point’ Amid Soaring Home Prices During Pandemic . In an interview on Tuesday, Pasalis, president of Toronto-based brokerage firm Realosophy Realty, said the decoupling of economic and wage fundamentals from home prices had …

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The Herd: New hires, promotions & departures for 24.24.21

Email submissions to [email protected] departures Ryann lofchie, program director for the Capital Region VA SBDC, leaves August 20. Kiva duff, formerly of BizWorks, will become Program Director effective August 23 Immovable Kate R. Hosko is Vice President of the Commercial Office Brokerage Group with Cushman and Wakefield | Thalhimer. She …

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Platinum Skies supports Loneliness Awareness Week

A RETIRED real estate developer this week organized a series of events for its owners in recognition of Loneliness Awareness Week. Platinum Skies Dorset and Wiltshire Independent Living Communities owners over 55 have organized events in support of Loneliness Awareness Week. Activities included an afternoon wine tasting at Vista in …

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Now is the time to invest in an income property?

Monique Geurts and her husband Caspar bought an income property in Prince Edward Island in 2015, but the pandemic and the scorching Canadian housing market created a difficult environment. ALANA SPRAGUE / the globe and the mail When Monique Geurts and her husband Caspar bought Victoria Cottages – located in …

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House prices rose by £ 22,000 last year

HOUSE prices show no signs of slowing down as average property values ​​rose by more than £ 3,000 in May alone, according to the latest index. The figures show that the value of the property rose 9.5% per year through May, reaching a record high of £ 261,743 on average, …

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Places in Bournemouth and Poole for first-time buyers

The most popular areas of Bournemouth and Poole for first-time buyers have been revealed. Springbourne, East Cliff, Boscombe, Canford Heath and Creekmoor are hot spots for people stepping up the property ladder, according to a local Purplebricks real estate expert. Mark Turk, local property expert for Bournemouth at Purplebricks, said: …

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Japanese knotweed hotspots in Dorset

The famous Japanese knotweed is known to be Britain’s most invasive plant and has just emerged from hibernation. Japanese knotweed has a bad reputation among horticulturalists and homeowners, as this incredibly invasive plant can damage property and land beyond recognition. The zombie-like plant can grow a whopping four inches per …

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Main property hot spots outside of London – Show House

Search by leading mortgage broker for high net values ​​globally, Enness Global Mortgages, revealed which areas of the property market are seeing the biggest purchases outside of London. Enness analyzed property transactions of £ 3million and over across England over the past year and found that 886 houses had been …

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How many houses can I afford?

Determining how much mortgage you can afford is the first step in buying a home. Before you jump into that dream home, you’ll want to use either the 28/36 rule or a mortgage affordability calculator to figure out how much you can easily afford. Here’s what to consider when deciding …

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Why buying a home is a smart investment for millennials

Millennials are swarming with investment advice – start saving early, take advantage of your employer’s 401 (k) correspondence and for heaven’s sake, throw those high interest credit cards away! But for many who are looking to build a retirement nest egg, financial advisors say buying a home is one of …

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What to do when you can’t afford a home repair

If you needed to have your furnace or pipes repaired after this recent cold snap, you are not alone. According to a study conducted last year by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, approximately $ 300 billion is spent annually in the United States on home renovations …

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