- A genuine fan of furniture trade. O'Dwyer, Steve // Cabinet Maker;3/25/2005, Issue 5431, p35
The article presents information about Steve O'Dwyer, a sales director at Island Cliff, a beds and bedroom furniture manufacturer and importer. After school he spent 11 years in the supermarket industry but became disillusioned and joined Allied Carpets as a store manager. He was sent on a...
- El precio de la vivienda libre se "estabiliza.". // Directivos ConstrucciÃ³n;Nov2009, Issue 227, p7
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- Top end of market unaffected. // Cabinet Maker;6/20/2008, Issue 5592, p12
The article reports that the top end of the furniture market is unaffected of the economic downturn in Great Britain. Smallbone gained 7p on a buy note and 152p price target from analysts at Oriel Securities. The company also plans to open 32 additional showrooms in the next two years. The wider...
- CAINIWHITE COASTAL PROPERTIES. Cain, John; White, Kathryn // Orange County Business Journal;10/24/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 43, p41
A photograph which shows the 27,000 square foot lot for sale located in Newport Coast, California is presented.
- Palm Terrace Condos Sell for $2.3 Million. // San Diego Business Journal;11/12/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 46, p40
The article informs that Karnazes Family Trust of San Diego, California has purchased a building in the city for 2.3 million dollars.
- September house sales down by 18% in Wales. Brennan, Henry // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);11/21/2012, p10
The article reports on the drop in property transactions in Wales by 18 per cent between August and September 2012 due to the decline in property prices.
- Manchester resi demand drives Skyline sale. // Estates Gazette;3/2/2013, Issue 1309, p43
The article reports on the sale by Wheatley Investments of the 129-flat Skyline Central 2 in England.
- Gradual rise in property prices expected. // Penang Economic Monthly;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p6
The article reports that property prices of Penang, Malaysia are expected to rise by 20 percent as compared with the records of previous year.
- Raw land values in Las Vegas Valley down 24.1 percent from year ago. Smith, Hubble // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);5/24/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 21, pP18
The article reports that price of rawlands in the Las Vegas Valley in Nevada has further deteriorated by 24.1% which is largely driven by the trend where distressed land transactions continue to outpace traditional sales.