One percent here, 2 percent there, and pretty soon you’re talking real appreciation.
(Apologies to the memory of the late U.S. Rep./Sen. Everett Dirksen.)
These are good peeps. Check out the multimedia report here.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $11,139,275 to 14 tribal communities in Oklahoma to improve housing conditions, promote community development and to spur local economies with construction projects and jobs.
The competitive grants awarded are part of HUD’s Indian Community Development Block Grant Program, which addresses a wide variety of community development and affordable housing activities for low to moderate-income families.
Grants were awarded to the Caddo Nation for a project in Anadarko; the Chickasaw Nation, for a project in Ardmore; the Choctaw Nation, for a project in Pocola; to the Eastern Shawnee Tribe; to the Kaw Nation, for a project in Braman; to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation; to the Ottawa Tribe; to the Pawnee Nation; to the Quapaw Tribe; to the Seminole Nation; to the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe; to the Shawnee Tribe; to the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians; and to the Wyandotte Nation.
Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort’s “Anewalt’s Analytics”: Florida, Georgia, tamp down South’s property performance index, but Oklahoma CRE shines on
Note, she wrote: “Oklahoma’s growing economy and low unemployment rate will continue to drive demand and put upward pressure on rental rates, thereby increasing property values.”
(The NCREIF — National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries.)
Oklahoma Brownfields Conference — it’s not about farmin’ durin’ the Dust Bowl; it’s about reclaiming other environmentally abused land
Check it out. I’m planning on it.
Welcome home, Joplin peeps!
By Susan Redden email@example.com
The Jasper County assessor’s office last week began sending out notices to the owners of more than 2,200 properties — many in the Joplin tornado zone — alerting them to increases in the value of their properties.
The increases are kicking in as houses are rebuilt and returned to tax rolls after being removed from the rolls following the May 22, 2011, tornado …
Now, of course the county had to get the properties back on the tax rolls, and of course there were hikes in property values.
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And he’s way right: The red parts are getting a disproportionate amount of attention.