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- Archstone South pulls out of TB (BizJournals)
The Tampa Bay area's fast-paced residential condominium market appears to be more favorable to converters, homebuyers and investors than to real estate investment trusts.
- Study: Va.'s pro-business rank is No. 2 (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Virginia was named the No. 2 most business-friendly state in the nation, the same as last year but off the top spot in 2004. The ranking comes in an annual independent study conducted and published by Pollina Corporate Real Estate Inc., a U.S. corporate site-relocation expert.
- The Jills - Recognized as the Top Sales Team in Florida and Among the Top Sales Associates Worldwide By Coldwell Banker (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Jill Eber and Jill Hertzberg, "The Jills", were recently recognized by Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate as the top sales team in Florida and in the top ten nationally. The Legends designation recognizes them as the top less-than 1% of the more than 126,000 Coldwell BankerŪ Sales Associates worldwide by sales production.
- Bocara Raises The Bar in Boca Raton - Ceebraid Signal?s Luxury Condominium on Course for Winter 2006 Completion (PR Web)
Ceebraid Signal Corporation, one of the country?s leading residential real estate developers, reports construction is complete on an impeccable amenity package and two of 14 residential buildings in Bocara, a luxuriously appointed condominium and town home community in Boca Raton, Florida. [PRWEB Mar 22, 2006] Trackback URL: http://prweb.com/pingpr.php/WmV0YS1aZXRhLVNxdWEtVGhpci1IYWxmLVplcm8=
- Attacks on agents renew safety efforts (The Herald-Tribune)
The young man interested in seeing upscale, single-family homes wasn't very different from many of real estate agent Julie Roberts' clients.
- Legislators look at additional insurance hikes for homeowners east of I-95 (Sun-Sentinel)
A legislative push to lessen state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp.'s reliance on Florida homeowners to bail it out of debt would mean people living east of Interstate 95 -- already paying the highest insurance rates in South Florida -- would pay substantially more to insure their homes.
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