The Summit County real estate market is anything but easy for first-time home buyers

Longtime local real estate agent Leah Canfield and Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties realtor smiles outside a Wellington neighborhood home in Breckenridge on Saturday, September 25. Canfield recommends that first-time homebuyers set aside at least six months to give themselves time. to find a property in the county.Ashley Low / For …

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“I’m not a hedonist” but I want to build our next retirement home, my wife says no. We saved $ 3 million. What should I do?

I am 57 years old and my wife 55 years old. We have no children and no debt. We own our home and our vehicles. My wife is a business accountant and earns about $ 150,000 a year. I recently retired from the public service with a pension worth $ …

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Former OC MP charged with allegedly using deceased woman’s credit cards

item ORANGE COUNTY, California – A former deputy in the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, previously charged with multiple felony charges, has been charged with allegedly stealing a deceased woman’s credit cards and attempting to use them to make purchases worth several thousand dollars. Steve Hortz, of San Dimas, responded on …

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3 Reasons It Might Be Profitable to Book Vacation Travel Now

Many people are hoping to travel for vacation this year, especially since going on vacation last year was difficult if not impossible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are planning to take a trip during the holiday season, it might be a good idea to book your vacation now. …

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Swedish plant-based seafood start-up secures major investment

The new funds will be used to accelerate product innovation, such as the launch of the plant-based salmon the startup is currently developing, which Hooked says will be the first vegan shredded salmon on the market. Founded in 2019, Hanging foods mission is to combat overfishing and the associated sustainability …

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With 60 Open Positions, City Manager Says Lawrence Sees Effects of Tight Labor Market, Encourages People to Apply | News, Sports, Jobs

Lawrence City Hall, 6 E. Sixth St., Thursday July 7, 2016 City Manager Craig Owens says the city of Lawrence is feeling the effects of the country’s tight labor market and has more than double its usual number of job openings. Owens said the city currently has around 800 full-time …

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OHIO Lancaster Hosts Free Financial Literacy Seminar Series

Ohio University Lancaster will be hosting a Financial Literacy Seminar Series starting October 7. The series is sponsored by Park National Bank, Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan, and Standing Stone Bank. These educational seminars will be free and open to the public. “I am delighted that Ohio University Lancaster has …

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Santa Clara Co. Supes Offers $ 25 Million Investment in Housing Sites

By Jana Kadah, Bay City News Foundation SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA – Santa Clara County supervisors may approve $ 25 million next week to build 10 new interim housing sites in the county. The proposal, presented by supervisors Joe Simitian and Otto Lee, allocates $ 2.5 million for each site …

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Financial planner shares millennial clients’ retirement mistakes

Millennials have many years to go before they retire, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be saving. And when it comes to saving, you have to do it the right way. But many millennials make mistakes when it comes to saving for retirement, according to financial planner Mamie Wheaton of …

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