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Home repair subscription service Super raises $20 million

Super, a home repair subscription service, announced recently that it raised $ 20 million to expand its service into new markets. Super is currently available in Austin, Texas; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Phoenix; San Antonio, Texas; and Washington, D.C. Homeowners subscribe to the service, which both covers the cost of repairs on several common household appliances and manages the repair process ...

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Issues with tenants 'unavoidable' but unlikely to concern Reits: DBS

Thu, Apr 18, 2019 – 7:17 PM ISSUES with tenants are “unavoidable” but are unlikely to concern real estate investment trusts (Reits) as most of them are diversified and have measures in place, said DBS Group amid news of some Reits being briefly impacted after CWT’s parent defaulted on a loan agreement.  “It’s unavoidable, things happen to tenants,” said DBS head ...

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Reits have cushion against tenants in trouble: DBS

[unable to retrieve full-text content] ISSUES with tenants are “unavoidable” but are unlikely to concern real estate investment trusts (Reits) as most of them are diversified and have measures in place, said DBS Group amid news of some Reits being briefly impacted after CWT’s parent defaulted on a loan agreement. … The Business Times

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CCT says negative rent reversion may hit growth

Singapore CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) on Thursday posted a 3.8 per cent increase in distribution per unit (DPU) to 2.2 Singapore cents for its first quarter ended March 31, 2019, up from 2.12 cents paid out a year ago. This came on the back of a 8 per cent rise in … The Business Times

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How to Scam-Proof Your Roof

Spring is here and, for many people across the country, that means storms. And storms, unfortunately, mean storm chasers. But not the kind who get in their car and follow the path of those storms so they can report dangerous weather and learn more about preparedness. We’re talking about those who show up at your door unannounced with an offer ...

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Tips For Redecorating While On A Budget

Most homeowners have a desire to decorate in a manner that suits personal tastes while also being visually appealing. All those home magazines make it look so easy, but can also come with steep prices. When you are limited to a budget that’s somewhat smaller, you can still achieve the look you desire without breaking the bank. Reuse Before you ...

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Closing Costs

Most loans today require some amount of a down payment. But they all require closing costs. There are lender fees, common ones are loan processing and underwriting fees, and there are non-lender fees. Non-lender fees include items such as an attorney fee or title insurance premiums. It’s the non-lender fees that can really add up as mortgage loans require services ...

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With oil at $65, energy stocks look cheap

[unable to retrieve full-text content] With the S amp P 500 Index up 15 year to date it is no trivial thing to be beating the market As a general rule more defensive sectors such as healthcare utilities and staples are trailing as more economically sensitive sectors benefit from rising or at least less negative… Latest Articles in

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Want to sell your home for more? Go green

Going green pays, especially if you’re trying to sell your home, according to a recent Zillow analysis. The study found that homes that feature solar energy systems sold for 4.1% more on average than their counterparts in 2018. Additionally, Zillow’s research discovered that the demand for energy efficient homes is rising, as the report revealed more than 80% of homebuyers ...

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