Monday, December 7, 2015

Phoenix's Christown Spectrum mall sells for $115 million

Christown Spectrum, Arizona's oldest mall, has sold for $115.2 million.

The central Phoenix shopping center was purchased by New York-based retail giant Kimco Realty, according to property records. The deal closed late Monday.

Read more... http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/real-estate/catherine-reagor/2015/12/01/phoenixs-christown-spectrum-mall-sells-115-million/76621358/

Banks, at odds with personal finance sites, disrupt service

NEW YORK — The uneasy relationship between banks and companies that use their data to provide personal finance services has shown signs of fraying in recent months, causing some frustrating disruptions in service to people trying to track their spending.

Who knew keeping tabs on your monthly coffee budget could be so contentious?

Read more... http://m.telegram.com/article/20151111/NEWS/151119831

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The mystery of metro Phoenix's stolen real estate 'for sale' signs

A few weeks ago, Phoenix real estate agent Bobby Lieb drove by a north Central house he's trying to sell and noticed his 'for sale' sign wasn't in the yard.

The next day he noticed another one of his signs was missing. Then another. And another.
Other agents began to call him asking if they could borrow signs because theirs had vanished, too.

Read more... http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/real-estate/catherine-reagor/2015/11/13/for-sale-signs-disappear-metro-phoenix/75608302/

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