Real Estate News – July 6, 2012




Why Investors Are Suddenly Bullish on Office Real Estate (via cnbc.com): http://ow.ly/c4IuA


Retail real estate recovery taking hold (via Reuters.com): http://ow.ly/c4Izv


A Milford, Mass., man saved his pennies to pay off his mortgage–literally. He carted more than 62,000 pennies to the bank to make his last payment (via abcnews.go.com): http://ow.ly/c4IBQ


The newest housing report from the Minnesota Association of Realtors shows a housing market trending in the right direction: toward recovery. The latest numbers show increases in closed sales, median sales price and a decrease in inventory compared to 2011 (via echopress.com): http://ow.ly/c4IJz


A Texas woman is suing JPMorgan Chase, claiming that the bank’s eviction caused the heart attack of her husband, a retired minister (via HuffingtonPost.com): http://ow.ly/c4JaL


Albertville Council Discusses Urban Farming, Chickens (via stmichael.patch.com): http://ow.ly/c4JfS



 

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