Is the current political race getting in the way of your financial plan?
As you can imagine, as a real estate agent, I see all kinds of homes.
Jon Hoaglund, general manager of The Caring Presence, announced his retirement recently.
We have all heard creaks in our homes that remind us of the scary Halloween movies, but do haunted homes exist?
The third and fourth quarters of the year are typically strong in real estate sales.
Lady D’s Wine, Chocolate and Art Bar opened Wednesday in the Swiss Village.
The term fiscal cliff comes with a degree of shock value — and it has certainly been making headlines in the U.S.
Learn who will be named this year’s Business Person of the Year Nov. 13 at the 2012 Rim Country Business Awards luncheon at the First Church of the Nazarene.
Suddenlink announced Wednesday that it is now offering phone service in Pine-Strawberry.
Most of us will remember that before computers and digital photography we had to take film into a store to have it developed.
Two years ago, the Payson Unified School District was one of the first in Payson to go partly “off the grid.”
The Steve Coury Automotive Family welcomes new salesman Scott Andrus.
Only 7 percent of accredited hospitals win “Top Performer” status two years in a row
Payson Regional Medical Center was named one of the nation’s Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditation organization for health care facilities.
The loan process today is a lot like traveling in New Orleans without a GPS.
Coldwell Banker’s mortgage adviser Debra Isaac recently presented a presentation on the do’s and don’ts of a loan transaction. One of the many challenges with mortgages today is the increased underwriting requirements required largely due to government involvement. At times, these requirements seem ridiculous.