Monthly Archives: February 2010

California Land Sale for Raising Revenue

edictably budget our costs, knowing that the state will no longer be liable for unforeseen repair costs that are inherent in owning real estate.”The Department of General Services (www.dgs.ca.gov) serves as the business manager for the State of California, with … Continue reading

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30 Days Tough for the Unemployed

By DAVID LIGHTMAN AND HALIMAH ABDULLAH McClatchy Newspapers WASHINGTON — Some unemployment benefits could dry up Monday. Newly laid-off workers wouldn’t get federal help with health insurance premiums.Road and transit bills could go unpaid, Medicare payments to doctors would stay … Continue reading

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California Home Owners Sell Due to their Money Situation

by Michael Gerrity 02/25/10 1:23 PM EST (LOS ANGELES, CA) — Changes in family and employment status as well as adjustments to monthly mortgage obligations played significant roles in California’s homeowners’ decisions to sell their homes in 2009, according to … Continue reading

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California Mortgage Payments Looking Better

February 20, 2010|By E. Scott Reckard and Walter HamiltonThe clouds may be starting to lift, ever so slightly, for the beleaguered housing market. The latest evidence came Friday, when new data showed that fewer homeowners were falling behind on their … Continue reading

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California Assets Show Promise with Caution

Feb. 23 (Bloomberg) — Brookfield Asset Management Inc. plans to bid for a stake in General Growth Properties Inc., beating an offer by Simon Property Group Inc. for the bankrupt shopping mall owner, the Wall Street Journal reported. The bid … Continue reading

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