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Landlords Can't Ask About Immigration 13.10.2007 AP National
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- California has become the first state to prohibit landlords from asking tenants about their immigration status, drawing sighs of relief from property owners who were concerned they might have to be "de-facto immigration cops."...
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Rochester calendar 12.10.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local News
Bingo, Elks Lodge, Hillcrest Shopping Center, Rochester. 282-6702. 6:50 p.m. Every Tuesday and Friday evening. Proceeds benefit local youth activities. Flu, Pneumonia, Tetanus Shot Clinics, Kmart Advanced Practice Pharmacy, 201 Ninth St. S.E., Roch
Ailing Celtic tiger? 12.10.2007 The Economist
Ireland's economy may suffer from a property slump Ireland's property market is already showing signs of a correction. Estate agents report prices down in some areas by around 10% this year, and shares in companies with property market exposure have also experienced falls. But is a contraction a welcome correction in a bloated market? Or could the property market spiral downwards, harming the broader economy via a weakened construction sector, lower household spending and rising unemployment? These are serious risks, though the data so far points to a soft landing. In the decade up to 2006 residential property prices in Ireland rose more rapidly than in any other developed-world economy. Strong demand partly explains this: incomes, employment ...
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On Long Island, an Artful Retreat From the Art Scene 12.10.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
One couple’s weekend house on Long Island suggests the Modernist architecture of Southern California.
Mortgage Turmoil Hits Renters 11.10.2007 WSJ: Most Viewed Today
More renters are facing eviction as landlords fall behind on mortgage payments, sending their properties into ...
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Mortgage Turmoil Hits Renters 11.10.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
More renters are facing eviction as landlords fall behind on mortgage payments, sending their properties into ...
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NEWS BRIEFS: Arson, assault, Runestone 11.10.2007 Mankato Free Press: Local News
Sun Communities Beats Housing Slump 11.10.2007 AP Business
NEW YORK (AP) -- In this dark housing market, Sun Communities Inc. looks like a bright spot. The manufactured-home park owner survived an industry recession and is poised to benefit as a foreclosure wave sweeps the nation, forcing many homeowners to seek cheaper digs....
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Good Question: Can We End Homelessness? 11.10.2007 WCCO: Local News
Ending homelessness may seem like an impossible problem to solve but a group of Hennepin County leaders says they'll end homelessness in our area in the next 10 years. ...
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Fleeing Rents in Capital, Nonprofits Buy Condos 10.10.2007 NY Times: Business
Abetted by a revenue bond program, several Washington nonprofit groups have agreed to buy space in new and renovated office buildings in prime downtown locations.
Once Reluctant, Retailers Now Rush to Hawaii 10.10.2007 NY Times: Business
Despite the high costs of buying land and shipping goods, Hawaii has recently drawn attention from several national retailers trying to enter the market for the first time.
Lawmakers' per diems can exceed salaries 10.10.2007 Post-Bulletin: Local News
A number of state senators and House representatives, including five in southeastern Minnesota, have made at least $25,000 in per diem pay, mileage, lodging, travel and other reimbursements in nine months. The figures rival the annual legislator salary of $31,140
Macao Journal: In a Wave of Gambling Profits, an Undertow for Some 10.10.2007 NY Times: World
Despite years of spectacular economic growth in Macao, locals say the area is little changed and has been left on the margins of the casino boom.
Lombard family upset, undeterred by racial slur 9.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Kyna Cousins moved into the gray, two-story house in Lombard four months ago, eager to settle amid the neat frame homes and spacious yards.
Number of Homeless Families Rises 7.10.2007 AP National
AMHERST, Mass. (AP) -- There is just enough space for Lisa Rivera's family to sleep at Jessie's House homeless shelter....
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Move over 7.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Renters muscle in on market for homeowners

Deb O'Dell is a working mother of two who has been renting since her divorce several years ago.

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Macao's boom leaving many behind 7.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
In the reverse side of Macao's phenomenal growth, out of sight of most visitors to the artificial world created by new casinos, the influx of labor across the border with China keeps wages low, while the cost of living spirals upwards.
For rent: Italian villa; needs work 7.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
The 14th Century Renaissance villa sits on 42 acres in the hills outside Florence. The main manor house bears the crossed weaponry crest of the Tolomeis, a family of Tuscan aristocrats, and the small chapel is adorned with frescoes of angels at play. All told, there are seven buildings comprising 37,660 square feet.
Move over 7.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Renters muscle in on market for homeowners

Deb O'Dell is a working mother of two who has been renting since her divorce several years ago.
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Letters to Chronicle Business 7.10.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
Southwest seating change long overdue Editor - Regarding "Southwest: No more cattle call" (Sept. 20), I just want to add my 2 cents. I have flown well over 100 flights with Southwest Airlines, including dozens for business. I think the new process for ...
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