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- Florida Southern vice president to speak on etiquette (Orlando Sentinel)
Robert H. Tate, vice president for advancement at Florida Southern College, will present "Etiquette for Business and the Workplace" at the meeting of the Dick Pope/Polk County Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association at 11:30 a.m. April 20 at the Lakeland Yacht and Country Club. Cost: $25. Reservations: Renee Arocho, 863-294-5941.
- Sponsored By: (Fernandina Beach News-Leader)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Case No.: 51-GA-1563 IN THE INTEREST OF: JOE HUDSON AKA LEE C. MOBLEY A WARD SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY FIDUCIARY GUARDIAN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a petition has been filed in the above-styled Court by Jeffrey A. Siegmeister, the Ward's fiduciary guardian, for permission to sell the real property owned by the
- Michael Y. Cannon Real Estate (Miami Herald)
Location: 2200 NW 50th St. Seller: Avion Corporate Center, affiliated with Avion Corporate Management, represented by Steven P. Fischer, president.
- Florida Real Estate Buyers Market Now (Turks.US)
Pick up any paper, and you?ll read about real estate slowdowns. Sellers are starting to get worried, and lowering their prices.
- States with minimum-service rules for real estate sales (Bankrate.com)
The movement to impose minimum-service requirements on real estate brokers began in 2004, when Florida and Illinois enacted laws. The campaign accelerated in 2005, when six other states passed laws. It has continued this year, with Indiana and New Mexico adopting new standards.
- Civic leader's rise and hard fall (Miami Herald)
For at least a decade, Philip Blumberg led two lives, which he kept carefully and completely apart. There was the Blumberg everyone saw -- the civic leader, the real estate investor, the son who climbed in his father's footsteps to the top of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and then higher. Smart, witty and used to being in charge, he was scheduled to chair the state's largest business
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