VOL. 122 | NO. 170 | Monday, September 10, 2007
Market is just stabilizing, some experts say
As a loan officer for First Tennessee Home Loans and an instructor at the Professional School of Real Estate, Jo Garner deals with veteran and rookie real estate professionals alike.
Like a small crew of watchmen plugging gaps in a leaky dike, the Memphis City Schools Board of Education has its hands full managing a daunting to-do list.
Memphis might not be a large market on the scale of New York, Los Angeles or Atlanta, but when it comes to marketing and advertising agencies, that doesn't mean the Bluff City has to lag behind the country's larger media centers.
As mortgage woes spread, what's a nervous borrower to do?
Police in Memphis and Shelby County received more than 68,000 domestic violence-related phone calls in 2005, according to data gathered through the Memphis Area Legal Services (MALS) Domestic Violence Project.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Struggling lender Countrywide Financial Corp. said Friday it will cut as many as 12,000 jobs as it struggles to deal with challenging conditions in the mortgage industry.