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Norfolk Police Announce Partnership With Social Network for Neighborhoods

The Norfolk Police Department has partnered with Nextdoor (www.nextdoor.com), the private social network for neighborhoods, to improve citywide and neighbor-to-neighbor communications.

Led by Chief Michael Goldsmith, this integration with Nextdoor will enable the Norfolk Police Department to use Nextdoor to build stronger and safer communities with the help of Norfolk residents. 201 more words

The best of Neetflux (so far)

A selection of our favourite Neetflux posters to date. Here’s to more awesome political satire to come!

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Consumers Expect Higher Mortgage Rates In 2015, Says Study

MORTGAGE RATES AT 17-MONTH BEST

Current mortgage rates are near a 17-month best, putting millions of U.S. homeowners “in the money” to refinance to lower rates and payments. 662 more words

Real Estate Activity in Idaho Indicates Improving Economy

Economic conditions in Idaho were strong through September, a trend that began in early 2010.

Commercial Vacancy Rates

Commercial real estate is a good indicator of whether employers are expanding or businesses are starting up or contracting or shutting down. 600 more words

Idaho Department Of Labor

Today’s Top 10 Business News Headlines

• Housing Prices Up Less Than Expected
• Durable Goods Orders Up 1.3%, Less Than Expected
• Japan Output Rises Most in Eight Months
• Facebook Q3 Earnings Disappoint, Stock Falls 9% 32 more words

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Home Sales Hit 2014 Highs As “Seller’s Market” Continues

CURRENT MORTGAGE RATES BOOST HOME SALES

With current mortgage rates the lowest they’ve been since mid-last year, U.S. home sales are thriving.

In September, despite a limited number of home for sale nationwide, sales of existing homes topped five million units on a seasonally-adjusted, annualized basis, marking the fourth consecutive month sales totaled more than one-half million units on an annualized basis. 766 more words