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Thursday, December 10, 2015

112 Space Mobile Home Park For Sale In Texas

Priced under $10,000 per space. Excellent amenities and large grounds. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969  (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

Closed Georgia Motel And Convenience Store For Sale

Small motel and convenience store for sale. Both are closed. Very attractive price, good opportunity for renovation and reopening. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

Celebrity Spoon Bender Uri Geller Lists Strange Mansion

Celebrity Spoon Bender Uri Geller Lists Strange Mansion: Bending spoons is more lucrative than we thought.

Celebrity “mentalist” Uri Geller, who can supposedly bend spoons with his mind (and has a cutlery-coated Cadillac to prove it), has listed his longtime mansion near London at a suggested price of 15 million pounds, or about $23 million at today’s exchange rates.

Some Experts Think the Housing Bubble Is Back

Some Experts Think the Housing Bubble Is Back: No one wants a return to the grim days of the housing crisis, when home values plunged until 31.4 percent of mortgage holders owed more on their homes than the dwellings were worth.

In some parts of the country, such as Las Vegas, many people are still recovering from that spiral.

Asia stocks head for weekly loss as commodity rout saps confidence | Reuters

Asia stocks head for weekly loss as commodity rout saps confidence | Reuters: Asian shares edged higher on Friday but remained on track for a weekly loss as lower crude prices kept markets on edge after a broad rout in commodities heightened fears about receding global growth.

A supply glut in oil markets, cooling growth in the world's biggest commodities consumer China and prospects of an interest rate increase in the United States next week have made for a tense trading backdrop across most asset markets.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS edged up about 0.1 percent in early trading, buoyed by overnight gains on Wall Street but facing a weekly loss over 2 percent.

Pumped beyond limits, many U.S. aquifers in decline

Pumped beyond limits, many U.S. aquifers in decline: Just before 3 a.m., Jay Garetson’s phone buzzed on the bedside table. He picked it up and read the text: “Low Pressure Alert.”

He felt a jolt of stress and his chest tightened. He dreaded what that automated message probably meant: With the water table dropping, another well on his family’s farm was starting to suck air.

The Garetson family has been farming in the plains of southwestern Kansas for four generations, since 1902. Now they face a hard reality. The groundwater they depend on is disappearing. Their fields could wither. Their farm might not survive for the next generation.

At dawn, Jay was out among the cornfields at the well, trying to diagnose the problem. The pump was humming as it lifted water from nearly 600 feet underground. He turned a valve and let the cool water run into his cupped hands. Just as he had feared, he saw fine bubbles in the water.

Iowa Auction Results $6,386 Per Acre - December 10, 2015

Iowa land for sale | Chickasaw County | Roger Johnson

Feed & Grain News - International Benchmarks for Soybean Production

Feed & Grain News - International Benchmarks for Soybean Production: Examining the competitiveness of soybean production in different regions of the world is often difficult due to lack of comparable data and agreement regarding what needs to be measured. To be useful, international data needs to be expressed in common production units and converted to a common currency. Also, production and cost measures need to be consistently defined across production regions or farms.

This paper examines the competitiveness of soybean production for important international soybean regions using 2012 to 2014 data from the�agribenchmarknetwork. This network collects data on beef, cash crops, dairy, pigs and poultry, horticulture, and organic products for 32 countries. The�agribenchmark�concept of typical farms was developed to understand and compare current farm production systems around the world. Participant countries follow a standard procedure to create typical farms that are representative of national farm output shares, and categorized by production system or combination of enterprises and structural features.

This Slick Trick Could Save Farmers and The Post Office at The Same Time - Modern Farmer

This Slick Trick Could Save Farmers and The Post Office at The Same Time - Modern Farmer: This Slick Trick Could Save Farmers and The Post Office at The Same Time
By Dan Nosowitz on December 7, 2015

Postal banking is an idea that seems weird and unlikely until you keep thinking about it and really see how it would work and who it would affect. The idea is simple: Institute a public, low-cost banking system that can handle the basic services people need. And instead of building new banks all around the country, just use existing post offices.

4 real estate trends we’ll see in 2016 - MarketWatch

4 real estate trends we’ll see in 2016 - MarketWatch: The Federal Reserve’s anticipated rise in interest rates is expected to impact all sorts of real-estate transactions, whether you’re buying, selling or renting. Here’s what you need to know for the coming year if you’re ready to take the big plunge as a homeowner, or finally get that deluxe apartment in the sky.

10 Most Overvalued Real Estate Markets in the U.S.

10 Most Overvalued Real Estate Markets in the U.S.: I'm betting that you will see the following statement or something similar at some point over the next three years: “Nobody could have seen it coming. Investors knew there was risk in equities due to prolonged record-low interest rates, and it led to many investors fleeing to real estate, which they deemed a safer investment since the subprime mortgage had passed.”

Family’s Dream ‘Barn’ Cost $32M to Build, Now Asks $19.5M

Family’s Dream ‘Barn’ Cost $32M to Build, Now Asks $19.5M: “The Barn” is a 20,000-square-foot mansion on 20 acres of farmland about 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City. Sitting in Utah’s largest private grove of sequoia trees, the house looks out over a pond and has views of snow-capped mountains.

This Property Boom Is Just Too Big

This Property Boom Is Just Too Big: Despite the odd celebrity or billionaire shelling out top dollar for a prized piece of property, Mumbai’s property market is ailing, as it pays the price of having just too big a boom.

The unrealistically high cost of apartments in India’s financial hub, which is home to some of the country’s richest people, has priced the majority of buyers out of the market, and stagnation is the result.

SL Green closes on deal with Giorgio Armani, buys stake in 600 Lexington | Real Estate Weekly

SL Green closes on deal with Giorgio Armani, buys stake in 600 Lexington | Real Estate Weekly: SL Green started the week by announcing a number of huge transactions, including a deal for a new Giorgio Armani flagship store and the acquisition of an indirect stake in Manhattan office tower 600 Lexington Avenue.

The company, which announced the transactions during its annual institutional investor conference, has recently been in the news due to its possible acquisition of commercial real estate owner New York REIT.

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Grain markets�remain in a narrow trading range as the US Dollar index becomes very volatile ahead of the FOMC meeting. US equity markets are posting broad trading ranges as traders prepare for a possible interest rate change. Crude oil is trading near contract lows.

2016 Outlook: Look for $3 Corn to Continue - Corn - News | Agweb.com

2016 Outlook: Look for $3 Corn to Continue - Corn - News | Agweb.com: There’s little question corn will maintain its position as king of U.S. row crops in 2016. Just don’t expect its footprint or price point to change substantially from levels seen this year amid a massive supply of grain and low commodity prices.

Some factors suggest acreage might increase slightly in light of low soybean prices and basic in-field best practices.

2016 Outlook: Soybean Market Hinges on China - Soybeans - News | Agweb.com

2016 Outlook: Soybean Market Hinges on China - Soybeans - News | Agweb.com: Ag economists are clear on the three biggest factors affecting the U.S. soybean market in 2016: China, China and China.

“First and foremost are the concerns about the slowdown in China,” says Chad Hart, ag economist at Iowa State University. “China represents a sizable majority of our soybean exports out of the U.S., so any sort of slowdown in China definitely has a ripple effect in the soybean marketplace.”