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Chandler Hotel Group Adds Seven New Properties – Arizona Big Media

"*" indicates required fieldsAZRE Chandler Hotel Group (CHG), a Scottsdale-based, industry-leading hotel management company, has expanded its reach by adding seven new hotel properties to its portfolio. The new properties are located in South Carolina, Texas and New Mexico and collectively add nearly 1,200 new rooms to CHG’s cache of properties.“We are eager to introduce these new…

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PIPA: Governments scapegoating investors for ‘bloated’ social housing backlogs

Despite increasing property taxes on private investors by 73 per cent since 2012, governments have failed to reinvest these funds in social housing, claimed the investment body. The Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) asserted that state and federal governments are “using private investors as a scapegoat” for the housing crisis despite inadequate investment in…

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How to Become a Real Estate Agent in 5 Steps – Realtor.com News

(Visual Ideas/Camilo Morales/Getty Images)If you’re wondering how to become a real estate agent, you’re not alone. It’s a question thousands of people Google every month in America, as they consider joining the millions of real estate licensees in the U.S. And for good reason: Helping people buy the perfect home or make tons of money selling their house is…

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Garages: Not Just for Cars Anymore

Garages are increasingly being converted into versatile hubs of activities for home gyms, craft areas and play nooks. NEW YORK – A recent survey from Stanley Black & Decker’s Craftsman brand discovers that 75% of American homeowners believe their garage holds the potential to be the most productive space within their residence. While traditionally, a…

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U.S. Consumer Confidence Increases in May

After three months of declines, confidence among U.S. consumers ticked up though they remain anxious about inflation. Analysts were expecting the index to drop again. WASHINGTON — Consumer confidence in the U.S. rose in May following three straight months of declines, but Americans remain anxious about inflation and interest rates. The Conference Board, a business…

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