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Marion Bank Ordered To Pay Letter of Credit Related to Crittenden Regional Bankruptcy

Marion Bank Ordered To Pay Letter of Credit Related to Crittenden Regional Bankruptcy
First Community Bank of Eastern Arkansas in Marion.

An insurance company had a straightforward $300,000 commercial letter of credit from First Community Bank of Eastern Arkansas, and that's bad news for the Marion bank with $150.8 million in assets.
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Colonial Arms, Oakwood Place Apartments Sell For $5M In Fayetteville (NWA Real Deals)

White Rock Investments LLC, led by Tim Brisiel of Fayetteville, paid $5 million for two apartment complexes.
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Madison Health & Rehab Draws $4M Transaction (Real Deals)

Dixon Realty LLC of Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, purchased the 140-bed nursing home in south Pulaski County from Trinik Holdings LLC, led by Saeed Niksefat.
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