Archive for March, 2012

Entering Beverly Hills house is like stepping into the 1920s

The Mediterranean-style house listed at $5.5 million is up for sale for the first time since it was built in 1925, and it hasn’t changed much since then. Crossing the threshold into the grand entry hall of the Mediterranean-style house in Beverly Hills is like stepping into a time capsule.

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Canadian Property Prices Possibly Peaking

The Canadian Real Estate Association’s most recent MLS Home Price Index indicates the country’s residential real estate market, which has been become well-known in recent years for its robust growth despite financial crises, may have finally found its peak. Year-on-year comparisons continue…

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Help C.A.R. tell the distressed properties story

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Help C.A.R. tell the distressed properties story

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Things To Consider Before Seeking Crowdfunding For Your Small Business

“Crowdfunding” is the relatively new concept of pitching an idea in a large forum – typically over the Internet – in an effort to find large numbers of individual investors who are willing to contribute nominal sums for start-up capital rather than seeking venture capitalists…

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Paris Preferred Place for Property Investment

London has long been the darling of European property investment for many foreign buyers, but CBRE reports that the top spot has been overtaken by Paris as a result of weakening interest in other locations due to the Eurozone financial crisis. Russia is also gaining in interest, supplanting Berlin for…

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Overseas Property Investment in the Post-Crash World

The overseas property world emerged different from the crash, and has changed since, but safety is still the most important consideration for the majority of investors, whereas before the crash returns were the greatest consideration. However, with the Eurozone still in real danger of collapsing…

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More Main Streets Getting Makeovers

The push to revitalize downtown urban areas in many U.S. cities is slowly strengthening now that signs of an economic recovery are showing, but individual city advocates say it’s still hard to attract investor and consumer dollars

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More Main Streets Getting Makeovers

The push to revitalize downtown urban areas in many U.S. cities is slowly strengthening now that signs of an economic recovery are showing, but individual city advocates say it’s still hard to attract investor and consumer dollars.

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Politician Discusses California Franchising Bill

California Assemblyman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) recently introduced the Level Playing Field for Small Businesses Act to various committees for consideration and is now in the process of explaining it to the media and voters as well as defending it against attack.

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