Home / Daily Dose / Tackling Home Affordability Through Innovation Five Star Conference HOUSING Housing Affordability mortgage SG Blocks 2018-10-10 Rachel Williams The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe October 10, 2018 945 Views Share Save Previous: The Industry Pulse: Updates on Fannie Mae, Equifax, and More . . . Next: The Mortgage Industry Braces for Hurricane Michael Rachel Williams attended Texas Christian University (TCU), where she graduated with Magna Cum Laude with a dual Bachelor of Arts in English and History. Williams is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, widely recognized as the nation’s most prestigious honor society. Subsequent to graduating from TCU, Williams joined the Five Star Institute as an editorial intern, advancing to staff writer, associate editor and is currently the editor in chief and head of corporate communications. She has over a decade of editorial experience with a primary focus on the U.S. residential mortgage industry and financial markets. Williams resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband. She can be reached at [email protected] Tagged with: Five Star Conference HOUSING Housing Affordability mortgage SG Blocks The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Tackling Home Affordability Through Innovation About Author: Rachel Williams Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago DS News reporter David Wharton recently caught up with Paul Galvin, Chairman and CEO of SG Blocks, an innovative company that turns shipping containers into new environments–including homes. Wharton and Galvin discussed some of the pressing issues facing today’s housing market including the affordability crisis. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Sign up for DS News Daily Print This Post
JAMESTOWN — A Jamestown man wanted on felony warrants was taken into custody by Jamestown Police on Monday morning.Police went to East First Street at 9:28 a.m., Monday, for a report of a found motorcycle with no license plate.Christopher E. Dellahoy, 33, was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and also for multiple felony warrants in Jamestown.Police said Dellahoy was hiding in the back seat of a parked vehicle at the scene. Investigation revealed Dellahoy was in possession of the just stolen motorcycle, police said. Dellahoy was remanded to the city lockup pending arraignment. The stolen motorcycle was returned to the owner. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Related Shows Gigantic, a new musical that previously played the New York Musical Theatre Festival under the name Fat Camp, will kick off the Vineyard Theatre’s 2015-16 season. The show features music by Matthew roi Berger, lyrics by Randy Blair and a book by Blair and Tim Drucker. Scott Schwartz will direct. Off-Broadway performances will begin on November 11; opening night is set for December 3.As previously announced, the new season will also feature Colman Domingo’s Dot, directed by Susan Stroman, as well as Indecent, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel, directed by Rebecca Taichman. Casting for all three productions will be announced later.Gigantic follows Robert as he is shipped off to Camp Overton, a Southern Pennsylvania weight-loss camp. There, he—along with a group of misfit teens—search for acceptance and more. The production will feature choreography by Chase Brock. It is set to run through December 20.Additionally, the Vineyard will present a developmental lab production of You Mean to Do Me Harm by Christopher Chen in June 2016. The 2016-17 season will kick off next fall with Kid Victory, a new musical by John Kander and Greg Pierce. Gigantic Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 20, 2015 View Comments
Philip and Gianna Di Bella now have a new New Farm at home. Picture: Annette Dew.COFFEE king Phillip Di Bella and his wife Gianna, have beaten two other interested buyers to secure a New Farm home for $6.5 million.The couple, who have listed their 30 Turner St, New Farm home for sale, bought the 1016sq m residence in Sydney St, New Farm which was architecturally designed by Monster Ideas Architects and built by CGH Construction.Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm negotiated the sale which was finalised on Friday.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours ago“There were three seriously interested parties in the Sydney St home which sits on the corner of Oxlade Drive,” Mr Lancashire said. The new home at Sydney St, New Farm.He said the Di Bella’s were very happy with the new home for their family and that interest was also good for the home they were selling. It was targeted at $5 million plus buyers.“The Brisbane prestige property market seems to be off to a flying start and we expect to see many more high-end sales take place over the coming months,” Mr Lancashire said.Mr Di Bella said it would be sad to leave the Turner Ave home, however it was time for a change for the family.“It’s an amazing home and we hope the next family will enjoy it as much as we have,” Mr Di Bella said.
The Wisconsin women’s tennis team will face its first test of the season Friday when four players take on an elite talent pool in Cary, N.C., for the Duke Invitational.Juniors Alaina Trgovich and Aleksandra Markovic will join sophomore Hannah Berner and freshman Jenny Hois to represent the Badgers in their fall opener.“The four girls that are going are the girls that have performed the best this fall for our team,” captain Jessica Seyferth said. “It’s a great opportunity for them to get wins over ranked opponents.”The team will look to improve on its 3-7 record last year when the Badgers finished ninth in the Big Ten and were eliminated in the second round of the conference tournament.According to Seyferth, finishing in the top five of the Big Ten is a major goal for Wisconsin heading into the season.While Seyferth added the Badgers were close to achieving this goal last year, it will not come easily, as eight of the Big Ten teams finished the previous season ranked in the top 75.The Duke Invitational will also serve as a chance for the newcomer, Hois, to seek her first collegiate win when she faces Duke’s Rachel Kahan in the singles bracket at 3 p.m. Friday.Despite her inexperience, Seyferth said Hois is a tough competitor who shows great poise on the court and should not let nervousness inhibit her performance.“Playing in such a strong tournament early will gauge where we’re at, where we need to be and what we need to work on for the fall,” Seyferth said.The team’s ability to stay aggressive when closing out games and believe in themselves will be keys to success in the tournament, Seyferth added.UW will face the challenge of rebuilding a young team that features four new freshmen and just one senior.“Everyone works hard already, so I think it’s about pushing ourselves even more and having confidence and trust in each other as a team,” Seyferth said.This year’s Wisconsin team has 11 players, which is larger than teams from the past three seasons. Seyferth said these additional players will give the team more options in its single and doubles lineups, especially in case of injury.The invitational tournaments during the fall season, like Friday’s Duke Invitational, count for individual rankings, but not the team’s overall record. However, strong performances against ranked opponents in these tournaments will improve UW’s reputation for the start of the season in January.Additionally, players from Purdue and Illinois will be represented in Friday’s tournament, so the Badgers can get a glimpse of what they will be facing during Big Ten play.The Duke Invitational will feature five top 25 teams including UNC (3), Northwestern (7), Duke (9), Texas (16) and Illinois (24).Even though the Badgers face highly competitive, ranked competition this weekend, Seyferth said an upset is not out of reach. The Badgers experienced many ranked opponents last year, highlighted by Hannah Berner’s win over Duke.Seyferth will not compete in the Duke Invitational due to injury. She is working to rehabilitate her injured posterior tibial tendon this fall so that she can be fully recovered for the team’s home opener against Green Bay Jan. 16.The Badgers begin their season Friday at the Duke Invitational.
Nigeria boosted its hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup with a 2-0 win over South Korea.An own goal from Kim Do-yeon, given after a VAR check, and Asisat Oshoala’s strike in Grenoble got the Super Falcons off the mark in the tournament. Women’s World Cup 2019: 3 takeaways from USA’s record-setting win over Thailand Women’s World Cup 2019: Updated group stage results and standings They now face host France in their final game in Group A, while South Korea, who remains without a point but still has an outside chance of qualification, faces Norway.Both sides entered the game in search of a response to defeats in their opening group games. Related News It was South Korea, beaten 4-0 by France in the tournament’s curtain-raiser, who started the more purposefully with Lee Geum-min testing Nigeria goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie with a curling effort before Lee Mi-na drove narrowly wide.#NGA GOAL! #NGA #KOR An own-goal from Kim Doyeon gives @NGSuper_Falcons the lead! #NGAKOR | #FIFAWWC pic.twitter.com/3WZlvlQ8Uw— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) June 12, 2019However, its opponents took control against the run of play courtesy of a defensive error when Kim inadvertently volleyed beyond her onrushing goalkeeper and into her own goal. Referee Anastasia Pustovoytova eventually gave the goal after a lengthy VAR check to determine whether Nigeria forward Desire Oparanozie had handled the ball before it crossed the line.Oparanozie headed narrowly over in the 50th minute, while South Korea were denied a goal for offside nine minutes later.Nnadozie could count herself fortunate when she palmed a cross straight to Lee, who converted only for the offside flag to go up.Barcelona’s Oshoala sealed the victory with 15 minutes left when she latched onto Chidinma Okeke’s excellent pass to squeeze home from a tight angle. Key Opta facts- Nigeria has become the first African side in Women’s World Cup history to win its second group game at the tournament, with 12 of the previous 13 such matches ending in defeat for sides from Africa (D1).- Asisat Oshoala (2015 and 2019) has become just the second Nigerian to score in two different Women’s World Cup tournaments after Rita Nwadike (1995 and 1999).- At 18 years and 186 days, Nigeria’s Chiamaka Nnadozie has become the youngest ever goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in a Women’s World Cup game.