Archive for 'Real Estate'
Posted on 01. Sep, 2014 by admin.
Indonesia is witnessing significant property growth, with development no longer confined to primary cities or the provincial capitals on Java, but within secondary cities, thanks to the country’s improving economy. ”The massive and sporadic development of property sub-sectors, including housing complexes, apartments, shopping centers and hotels constitutes a logical consequence of economic growth and people’s […]
Posted on 30. Aug, 2014 by admin.
Situation: Family worries that father’s progressive illness and a child’s disability will threaten its retirement plans and finances Solution: With workplace insurance for the dad and government assistance for the son, they should focus on their real estate investments and raising savings rates In Alberta, a couple we’ll call George and Louise, ages 48 and […]
Posted on 28. Aug, 2014 by admin.
WILLCOX — With a 6 to 1 vote, the Willcox City Council approved a one-half-percent City property tax increase for the coming year. The City of Willcox will receive primary property tax revenues of $74,208 at the rate of .3507, as well as secondary property tax revenues of $159,915, at the rate of .7545, for […]
Posted on 26. Aug, 2014 by admin.
A top state secondary school adds an average of £21,000 to house prices in the local area, with one school in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, helping houses command a £483,000 premium over prices across the county, according to research by Lloyds Bank. It named Beaconsfield high school, where 75% of all students’ grades in recent GCSEs were […]
Posted on 25. Aug, 2014 by admin.
22 August 2014 | By Simon Creasey Funds are looking at assets that they would historically never have considered. Simon Creasey reports. Take a Property Week Free trial today Try Property Week for Free, click below and take two minutes to register with us to gain further access to propertyweek.com (excludes some subscription only content […]
Posted on 23. Aug, 2014 by admin.
Barrie councillors will get an earful Monday about the proposed new city-wide development charges bylaw – which could be approved later that evening. City council has also been told that if it passes, unchanged, it will be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). “The non-residential landowners cannot accept the substantial increase in DCs now […]
Posted on 21. Aug, 2014 by admin.
Huntsville Forester HUNTSVILLE – A garage in Huntsville will be topped with a secondary dwelling unit, despite concerns from neighbouring property owners. Opponents told the town’s planning advisory committee on Aug. 13 about their concerns with lot-size constraints, septic capacity and threatened neighbourhood character, should the second storey of the garage on Maple Heights Drive […]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2014 by admin.
Most Pima County homeowners will see a hike in their property tax bills this year — the first real increase from the county in about three years. The Board of Supervisors set the county’s combined tax rate at $5.76 per $100 of the assessed valuation in a 3-2 vote Monday, an increase of about 12 […]
Posted on 18. Aug, 2014 by admin.
GUELPH — William Sleeth had not yet read the document in great detail on Friday, but on first blush he thinks the latest redevelopment plan for the former W.C. Wood site on Arthur Street has met the concerns of the Ward Residents’ Association, of which he is co-chair. A report on 5 Arthur St. South […]
Posted on 16. Aug, 2014 by admin.
CALGARY, Aug. 12, 2014 /CNW/ – Northern Property Real Estate Investment Trust (the “REIT” or “NPR”) (NPR.UN – TSX) today announced financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2014. NPR reported second quarter funds from operations (“FFO”) per Trust Unit of $0.61, a 7% increase compared to $0.57 in the second […]