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October 19, 2016 • Real Estate News

What Happens to Trump’s Real Estate Holdings if Donald is Elected President?

A big question that might be answered at tonight’s debate is what will happen to Donald Trump’s holdings in the real estate sector if he is elected president. Some are curious – and may ask tonight – about a conflict of interest as the real estate mogul depends heavily on big banking to manage his holdings, …

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October 13, 2016 • Environment

Hurricane Matthew’s Aftermath in Florida

Hurricane Matthew luckily spared most of Florida the damage and loss of life that was feared after the storm shifted west, but there was still a toll, particularly in low lying coastal regions that suffered more from the flooding than from a direct hit. Shuttered homes and shelters discharged those citizens that hadn’t evacuated to …

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October 6, 2016 • Environment

Hurricane Matthew Barrels Toward Florida Coastline as Storm Prep Continues

Hurricane Matthew is charging towards Florida like a train – not weakened at all by its impact on Haiti and only minimally slowed by its impact on Cuba, the lethal storm that has caused 11 deaths and is responsible for millions in damage is blowing past the Bahamas and now expected to make landfall in …

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September 22, 2016 • Real Estate History

The Brangelina Breakup – Who Gets What?

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were the fairytale Hollywood couple… together for ten years and married for two, with a blended family of six children they had or adopted together. No-one saw their breakup coming. Jolie has filed for custody of the kids, but who gets the houses? Here’s a look at the estates at …

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September 16, 2016 • Real Estate News

Home Automation and Star Trek – 50 Years Down the Line

Which of us didn’t point to the flip-open communicators on Star Trek and dream of the day when communication would work as easily as the flip of a wrist and the push of a button?  “One day, we’ll have those,” we said – and then, we did. With the 50 year anniversary of Star Trek …

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