Oscar Wong | Moment | Getty Images Not every renter wanting to buy a home dreams of ditching their lease. Some wish to remain tenants even as they become landlords. The concept behind “rentvesting” is that an individual rents their primary residence in one city and then buys an investment property somewhere else that they
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Ohio state legislators are considering a bill that would bar the state’s pension systems, state colleges and universities and the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation from prioritizing environment, social and governance factors when making investment decisions.  Ohio’s Senate Bill 6 passed the state Senate on May 10 by a vote of 26 to 7, with senators
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The North Carolina Local Government Commission approved $226 million in water revenue bonds for three municipalities in the Research Triangle Region at its meeting Tuesday. The commission approved a $76 million bond and an $88.4 million state revolving fund loan for Sanford, a $75 million bond and a $54 million SRF loan for Fuquay-Varina, and
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s amendments to Rule G-47 on time of trade disclosure, adding three disclosure scenarios, retiring some existing guidance and clarifying some supplemental information. The amendments were filed with the Commission in April and the amendments themselves were discussed and approved at the MSRB’s quarterly
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In this article SNN SN.-GB Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A logo sign outside of a facility occupied by Smith & Nephew in Austin, Texas. SIPPL Sipa USA | AP Company: Smith & Nephew (SN.-GB) Business: Smith & Nephew is a British portfolio medical technology company that operates worldwide. The company develops, manufactures, markets
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Prospective home buyers leave a property for sale during an Open House in a neighborhood in Clarksburg, Maryland on September 3, 2023. Roberto Schmidt | AFP | Getty Images It’s no secret that the housing market looks far different than it did a few years ago. While surging mortgage rates and housing prices have taken
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In light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent reversal of the so-called Chevron doctrine, House Republican leaders Wednesday launched a review of the Biden administration’s environmental, social and governance agency regulations. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo., and Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., chair of the House Oversight Committee, sent letters this
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Municipals were little changed Friday ahead of another large new-issue calendar. U.S. Treasury yields fell further and equities ended higher. A “relatively difficult start to the year” was expected, “as Treasury yields were too low, market participants were too optimistic about the number of rate cuts this year, and muni ratios were near their multi-year
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Municipals were firmer Thursday, underperforming a U.S. Treasury rally after inflation data showed Federal Reserve rate cuts are on track for later this year, with the September Federal Open Market Committee meeting the likely start to an easing cycle. Equities ended mixed. Muni yields fell two to eight basis points, depending on the curve, while
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