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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Gold price plummets to almost 6-year low

Here's what people aren't buying right now: Gold.

The yellow metal traded as low as $1,051.60 an ounce on Friday, the cheapest price in nearly 6 years.

Gold prices haven't been this depressed since February 2010 -- before the popular show "Downton Abbey" was even on television -- when gold fell under $1,045 an ounce.

Read more... http://money.cnn.com/2015/11/27/investing/gold-price-falls-to-almost-six-year-low/index.html?section=money_news_economy

4 Cool Ways to Make Your Flat-Screen TV Practically Vanish - Real Estate News and Advice

Today, flat-screen TVs are ubiquitous—hanging serenely on walls, freeing up space once hogged by bulky traditional boob tubes and the hulking entertainment stands that supported them. Still, a flat-screen TV still looks like … a TV. Not exactly a work of art gracing your wall.

Lucky for you, plenty of other homeowners are on the case and have come up with some ingenious ways to keep these screens under wraps. Check out a few of their strategies below.

Read more... http://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/hide-flat-screen-tv/?utm_source=hootsuite

Monday, November 2, 2015

Developer plans more amenities, activities for Lake Pleasant marina

A Scottsdale-based development company is planning to make waves at a Lake Pleasant marina over the next two decades by improving amenities and introducing more activities at the West Valley natural attraction.

Desert Troon Cos. was named the new concessionaire of the Scorpion Bay Marina earlier this month after nearly a year of negotiations with the marina's developer, Skipper Marine Development, which opened the marina in 2009. Desert Troon now is tasked with overseeing operations and developing the West Valley marina for the next 25 years.

Read more... http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/peoria/2015/10/27/developer-plans-lake-pleasant-marina-peoria/74463284/

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Case-Shiller high end home prices in San Francisco

The San Francisco housing market is red-hot.

But the really startling increases are being seen in the high-end part of the market, which includes homes that cost over $950,000. For homes in this price bracket, San Francisco is sharply outpacing the appreciation seen in other markets around the country.

Read more... http://www.businessinsider.com/case-shiller-high-end-home-prices-in-san-francisco-2015-10

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