Tagged: Real Estate

Complex Path Led Dr. Benjamin Carlyle into Deep Debt

Complex Path Led Dr. Benjamin Carlyle into Deep Debt

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A Searcy doctor with millions of dollars of debt and a troubled history with state regulators now confronts his latest nightmare: A lender has accused Dr. Benjamin Carlyle of submitting false financial statements to obtain loans. read more >

Apartment Triple Play Adds Up to $70M (Real Deals)

Apartment Triple Play Adds Up to $70M (Real Deals)

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Affiliates of MAA, the apartment-oriented real estate investment trust in Memphis, sold three complexes in separate transactions to affiliates of National Property Management Associates Inc. of Orchard Park, New York. read more >

Western Arkansas Charity Says Up to $200K Stolen

Western Arkansas Charity Says Up to $200K Stolen

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The director of the Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council in Fort Smith says up to $200,000 may have been stolen from the organization that provides financial assistance, housing and food to the needy. read more >

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2019

The Year in Executive Q&A: 2019

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We approached executives from businesses large and small, nonprofits and even government agencies, and asked them to answer questions about their organizations, their industries and themselves. read more >

US Long-Term Mortgage Rates Ease

US Long-Term Mortgage Rates Ease

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U.S. long-term mortgage rates declined slightly this week, remaining close to the historically low levels where they have hovered for the past two months. read more >

In the Workplace 2020: Succession Planning: Avoiding Pitfalls

In the Workplace 2020: Succession Planning: Avoiding Pitfalls

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Succession planning necessitates talking to current key employees about their retirement plans. Planning how you will approach these conversations can help you avoid claims of age bias. Remember, there is no mandatory retirement age (with very few exceptions). read more >