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Arizona: Pleasures of Prescott 0

Arizona: Pleasures of Prescott

Pleasant, prosperous and wreathed in Old West history, Arizona’s desert mountain city of Prescott is the sort of place that instantly sweeps you up in its heart-warming embrace. After picking up a rental car at Phoenix Airport, it was just a 90 minute drive north up into the central highlands before reaching Prescott. A dusting…

Netflix now expects to burn through $3.5 billion in cash this year. That’s about $500 million more than it previously forecast. – Business Insider 0

Netflix now expects to burn through $3.5 billion in cash this year. That’s about $500 million more than it previously forecast. – Business Insider

Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, which warned Tuesday that it will bleed more cash this year than it previously projected. Getty Images for The New Yorker Netflix now expects its operations and investments to consume $3.5 billion in cash this year. It previously projected it would burn through about $3 billion in cash this year.…

CWT parent defaults on loan – The Business Times 0

CWT parent defaults on loan – The Business Times

Wed, Apr 17, 2019 – 5:50 AM Singapore REAL estate investment trusts (Reits) that count logistics player CWT Pte Ltd as a major tenant faced a sell-off on Tuesday after CWT’s parent defaulted on a loan agreement. But DBS Group Research analysts have said that they do not anticipate major near-term earnings disruptions to Cache…

B.C real estate sector makes money-laundering recommendations – Vancouver Is Awesome 0

B.C real estate sector makes money-laundering recommendations – Vancouver Is Awesome

Photograph By CHRISBOY2004 / ISTOCKB.C.’s real estate sector Monday made five recommendations to Victoria and Ottawa aimed at helping protect the industry from unscrupulous operators involved in money laundering. “We want a clean sector,” said B.C. Real Estate Association CEO Darlene Hyde. “It’s a complex crime from what we can see. No one seems to…

B.C.’s real estate professionals on what they need to stop money laundering in housing – CBC.ca 0

B.C.’s real estate professionals on what they need to stop money laundering in housing – CBC.ca

Key industry workers who make real estate deals happen in B.C. have submitted a number of recommendations to the provincial and federal governments.The suggestions outline steps officials can take to protect the West Coast’s housing market from becoming a hotbed for money laundering.Collectively, the group represents professionals working in B.C’s real estate sector: real estate agents, notaries,…