Brad Schmett Real Estate Group, The Palm Springs #1 Real Estate Team, Hires Local Industry Veterans Josh Devane, Sondra Andersen, and Bob Rahl as Market Specialists

  LA QUINTA, CALIF./ JANUARY 22, 2019 (STL.News) Brad Schmett, of Brad Schmett Real Estate Group, announced today that local industry veterans, Josh Devane, Sondra Andersen, and Bob Rahl have joined his top-producing real estate team as Market Specialists. Sondra Andersen and Josh Devane bring with them a combined 15 years of real estate industry … Continue reading Brad Schmett Real Estate Group, The Palm Springs #1 Real Estate Team, Hires Local Industry Veterans Josh Devane, Sondra Andersen, and Bob Rahl as Market Specialists

MELBOURNE, Australia | The Latest: Nadal easily ends Tiafoe’s Australian Open run

MELBOURNE, Australia— Jan 22, 2019— The Latest on Tuesday at the Australian Open (all times local): 12:15 a.m. Frances Tiafoe’s first Grand Slam quarterfinal did not go as well as he would have hoped, but one of the highlights was the chance to play in Rod Laver Arena — with Laver himself sitting in the … Continue reading MELBOURNE, Australia | The Latest: Nadal easily ends Tiafoe’s Australian Open run

Fewer Women in Real Estate Investing, but Those in the Field Are Wildly Successful

  DALLAS/ JANUARY 22, 2019 (STL.News) Women are underrepresented as real estate investors, yet, when they do invest, they’re very successful. Although there have historically been fewer women in the industry, women have traditionally held the decision-making power when it comes home buying. Now a Dallas entrepreneur is out to empower more women to join … Continue reading Fewer Women in Real Estate Investing, but Those in the Field Are Wildly Successful

MELBOURNE, Australia | Nadal into 30th Slam semifinal; ends Tiafoe’s Melbourne run

MELBOURNE, Australia—Jan 22, 2019—Rafael Nadal is back to feeling healthy. Probably not a coincidence that he’s back in the Australian Open semifinals. Playing his familiar brand of court-covering, ball-bashing, opponent-frustrating tennis, Nadal claimed 20 of his first 23 service points and saved the only two break chances he faced, ending American Frances Tiafoe’s best Grand … Continue reading MELBOURNE, Australia | Nadal into 30th Slam semifinal; ends Tiafoe’s Melbourne run

Colorado Realtor Terry Naber Goes Above and Beyond Helping Seniors

  COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO./ JANUARY 22, 2019 (STL.News) “I am without words…you make a difference in people’s lives, and that is the most important difference,” said a client of seasoned Realtor and Broker-Associate Naber, who recently helped a handicapped widowed area resident with an inspiring above-value home sale that defied the odds in an ultra-competitive … Continue reading Colorado Realtor Terry Naber Goes Above and Beyond Helping Seniors

NEW ORLEANS, La. | ‘NFL bleaux it’: Billboards protest missed call in NFC game

NEW ORLEANS, La.—Jan 22, 2019—The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will be welcomed to Atlanta for the Super Bowl by several billboards saying “Saints got robbed” and “NFL bleaux it.” WDSU-TV reports Louisiana car dealership owner Matt Bowers paid for 10 billboards across Atlanta through Feb. 3, including one outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium. New … Continue reading NEW ORLEANS, La. | ‘NFL bleaux it’: Billboards protest missed call in NFC game

MELBOURNE, Australia | Kvitova back in Grand Slam semis, a 1st in ‘second career’

MELBOURNE, Australia—Jan 22, 2019—Petra Kvitova watched the Australian Open from a distance two years ago, a month after she was injured in a violent home invasion. Then she lost in the first round last year, and conceded she hadn’t returned to a standard that earned her two Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon. Until now, that … Continue reading MELBOURNE, Australia | Kvitova back in Grand Slam semis, a 1st in ‘second career’

WASHINGTON | AP-NORC Poll: Disasters influence thinking on climate change

WASHINGTON—Jan 22, 2019— Americans say natural disasters and their local weather are influencing their views on climate change. That’s the finding of a new poll released Tuesday by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago. The poll finds 74 percent of Americans say hurricanes, … Continue reading WASHINGTON | AP-NORC Poll: Disasters influence thinking on climate change