Real Estate

The Horse Realtor: Wyoming Real Estate Agent Focuses On Properties For Horse Owners

When it comes to horseshoeing, America is considered king. And that’s how Sheridan, Wyoming, native Clay Schafer met a Slovenian farrier and ended up spending three months helping him shoe horses in Austria.

“I just got a big contract to shoe a bunch of eventing horses in Austria,” his friend told him one day during a phone call. “So why don’t you come on over?”

Schafer did just that, living with his friend on a little dairy farm called the Pearl of the Alps.

“We’d milk cows in the morning, shoe horses all day, then milk cows again and try to find some time to play,” Schafer recalled. “It was really great.”

Schafer has since shod horses all over the world and has contacts from Austria to Arizona and from China to Wyoming, and lots of interesting points in between.

But now he’s bringing home all of his horse skills

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Value of Donald Trump's Properties Broken Down by Real Estate Developer

A well-known Wisconsin real estate developer said that the value of Donald Trump’s properties would have naturally increased after he became president in 2016, agreeing with the embattled former leader’s line of defense in his New York fraud trial.

New York Attorney General Letitia James last year brought a $250 million lawsuit against Trump, his two eldest sons and his organization, accusing them of knowingly participating in a scheme to inflate the value of the former president’s assets. Trump and his two eldest sons have denied all of the accusations, with the former president claiming the trial is part of a politically motivated campaign against him.

Terrence Wall, a real estate developer who founded T. Wall Enterprises, wrote in a piece for newspaper Wisconsin Right Now that “the Trump brand” would have added at least “20 percent or more” in value to the former president’s properties.

Donald Trump during his
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Invest in Properties in These States To Grow Your Wealth in 2024

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If you’re thinking about purchasing an investment property, especially if you’re looking for a short-term opportunity, knowing where to buy is essential to ensuring a solid return on investment. There are several states in which home values are on the rise while still being low enough to be a potentially lucrative investment.

“The thing that makes these states a great investment opportunity is the fact that there is a strong catalyst for growth; that strong catalyst is a high net migration into the state,” said Sebastian Jania, owner of Ontario Property Buyers, a real estate solutions and investment company.

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“What this means is that more people are choosing to move into the state than leave

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Premium properties lead real estate revival, but is a double-dip housing downturn looming?

Sydney is continuing to lead a home price rebound, as property values close in on a return to pandemic boom peaks.

Two interest rate rises in a row appear to have done little to dent the market, particularly in the premium sector — the top quarter of homes by value.

CoreLogic data show a 1.1 per cent rise in national property values over June, backing up May’s 1.2 per cent increase.

Sydney’s 1.7 per cent rise was again the strongest last month, with Brisbane (1.3 per cent), Perth and Adelaide (both 0.9 per cent) the next largest.

Only Hobart 

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Neighbourly Completes Divestiture of 18 Real Estate Properties in Manitoba and Saskatchewan

– Cash proceeds to be allocated to near term pharmacy acquisitions –

TORONTO, March 20, 2023 /CNW/ – Neighbourly Pharmacy Inc. (TSX: NBLY) (“Neighbourly” or the “Company“), Canada’s largest and fastest growing network of independent pharmacies, is pleased to announce that the Company has completed the planned divestiture of 18 real estate properties which had been acquired as part of the Rubicon acquisition.

The net proceeds of approximately $12 million will be allocated to the continuing execution of Neighbourly’s M&A strategy.

“Divesting non-core real estate properties in order to redeploy cash proceeds towards funding our future acquisitions is a top priority in our capital allocation approach. With a robust pipeline of acquisition opportunities, we remain focused on continuing to execute on this key driver of our future growth,” stated Skip Bourdo, Neighbourly’s Chief Executive Officer.

Neighbourly estimates that the sale and subsequent leaseback

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