Month: August 2018

Summer Slowdown In Beverly Hills Real Estate

Looks like there was a summer slowdown in Beverly Hills and neighboring real estate, both in pricing and sales volume. When you study the Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Holmby Hills market, keep in mind it’s different than many around the country. There is a platinum patina that defines Beverly Hills, where the current listing […]

Jio Phone 2 Next Flash Sale Will Be on September 6

The next Jio Phone 2 sale will be held on September 6, marking the third time it becomes available to purchase in the country. Interestingly, the difference between the second and third Jio Phone 2 flash sales is just a week, while the difference between first and second sales was 15 days. As before, the 4G feature phone will […]

Box Says It Has Over 87,000 Paying Subscribers

Cloud storage provider Box on Tuesday forecast current-quarter below analysts’ estimates, clouding a strong second-quarter beat and sending its shares down nearly 4 percent in extended trading. The company said the absence of a head for its Europe, the Middle East and Africa region took a toll on its operations. “We were doing a search (for a […]

Is the current scenario of real estate ideal for buyers?

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) has brought in a transformed and regulated system in the Indian real estate market. Although the implementation of RERA is still in its nascent stage, the future of the Indian real estate market looks promising. The new regulatory regime also contributes to a simplified taxation system […]

Idaho’s education leadership gets spread too thin

By most measures, Idaho public schools need improvement. The causes or blame for these problems are many. Sharing responsibility are administrators, teachers, legislators and other state officials. Like it or not, some of the responsibility can also be placed on parents and students. The catalyst for bringing all of these various factors together and recommending […]

Letter: Vote for education

How about that Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut? Chris Sununu appointed him although he knew nothing about N.H. public education, not even from his personal experience. He says public schools are failing. Not true. He wants vouchers paid from public school funds, but the vouchers help only the wealthy. Vouchers will cover a small portion […]

Consider this saviour in real estate

These days one gets to hear about ‘Title Insurance’ especially from people connected to real estate. Let us try and understand what this new insurance cover is. Title related dispute is like a hanging sword, the danger lurks and makes one feel uneasy, if the said immovable property has no assurance on the title. If […]