New residents are flocking to these 10 cities, which added the largest number of residents between July 2011 and July 2012, according to Census Bureau.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
The Touching Way Anna Nicole Smith’s Daughter Connects with Her Late Mom
Dannielynn Birkhead honors her mother through her artwork, her dad Larry Birkhead tells 20/20 in a new interview
'Justice League' has two end credits scenes. Here's what they are and what they mean
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Tips For Bathroom Remodeling on A Tight Budget
Refreshing your bathroom with a remodel project is a great way to add value and update your home. However, the costs can seem too high, and may hold you back from tackling such a project. Here are some bathroom remodeling … Continue reading →
NAR Broker Tip of the Month: Keep REALTOR® Safety Top of Mind Year-Round
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) outlines four steps real estate brokers can take to keep safety top of mind year-round.
This Infectious Video of a Farmer Dancing In His Barn Is Going Mega-Viral
We're in awe of this man's moves—and his uplifting message.
Title Talk: Closing Protection Letters
WHAT IS IT? Essentially, a Closing Protection Letter (CPL) is an agreement from a title insurance company to a lender that protects the lender against any issues arising from a closing agent’s erro…
Lakeside Title Attends 2017 National Settlement Services Summit
Lakeside Title Company is proud to announce that it will be attending the National Settlement Services Summit (NS3) in 2017. Ready why we are attending.
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
What is a trust? Black’s Law Dictionary defines a trust as “An equitable or beneficial right or title to land or other property, held for the beneficiary by another person, in whom resides legal title or ownership, recognized and enforced by courts of chancery.” While that definition is rather legalese, it does boil it down …