|Has crash of UFOs damaged real estate?
The number of projects approved for construction by Jamaica's Real Estate Board plummeted by 57 per cent for the first nine months this year, when compared to the same period in 2007.
Improving the value of your real estate
While spending money to improve your property will increase its value, be careful not to overspend, especially if you plan to sell in the future, real-estate experts warn.
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Factories Corporation to sell four complexes
The government's Factories Corporation of Jamaica (FCJ) is in the process of selling the real estate to the tenants of four of its complexes in Kingston and St Catherine, as part of a drive to lessen its role as long-term...
Little Tokyo expands outlets
Other restaurants may be feeling the pinch from rising food prices, increasing utilities and soaring inflation, but the one-year-old Little Tokyo - an Asian-food restaurant which first opened in Sovereign Centre's food court...
What if US Gov't bailout fails? Some bailout critics propose other ways to go
WASHINGTON (AP): President George W. Bush, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke are all warning of dire consequences to the United States economy, one that could affect nearly all Americans, if the proposed administration financial bailout is not approved.
Congress makes significant progress on bailout plan
WASHINGTON (AP):Congress made significant progress on a financial bailout of Wall Street and the Senate's Democratic leader said Saturday he hoped to announce a deal by the end of the weekend.
Guardian Asset Management rewards clients' referrals
If you are one of those who think that you should be paid for word-of-mouth promotion, then Guardian Asset Management's (GAM) reward system might appeal to you.
Jamaica calls for better access to world markets for developing countries
UNITED NATIONS, CMC:Jamaica on Friday appealed for better access to world markets as developing countries seek to come to grips with the global crisis that has plunged many countries into recession or economic chaos.
Exposure from US fallout will be manageable, says Golding
KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC:In the midst of the financial crisis in the United States, Prime Minister Bruce Golding is seeking to allay the fears of local investors who are nervous they could be hit by the fallout.