Posts Tagged 'real estate'

My Day with the Mayor

Zach Smith, ReporterI can’t say I knew what to expect for my first Day in the Life feature at Springfield Business Journal, although the concept seemed pretty straightforward: spend a day with real estate agent and Branson Mayor Karen Best. I had interviewed a few mayors before, but hadn’t really “shadowed” anyone since my junior year of high school. Maybe not knowing what to expect was, pardon the pun, best. Continue reading ‘My Day with the Mayor’

On the Market: Nearly 100 acres in the city

Eric Olson, SBJ EditorA $10 million, 94-acre parcel in south Springfield hit the real estate market this month. Continue reading ‘On the Market: Nearly 100 acres in the city’

Hydra-Slide property has sentimental, practical values

Chris Wrinkle, SBJ Reporter

The reason for buying the four acres available at 4634 S. Campbell Ave. (even if I could, at its $1.2 million price tag) isn’t because of its value as land at the intersection of James River Expressway and South Campbell.

The property – with street frontage, a reduced price and a half-acre already leased to a communication tower for $1,000 a month ¬– is on the market, according to an e-mail sent by CDXMail, an Xceligent service.

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Class-action suit against Greenleaf in the works

Matt Wagner, SBJ ReporterFor months now, I’ve been fielding calls from Greenleaf Cos. LLC customers and investors – some livid, some downtrodden – who want to know if anyone’s organizing a class-action lawsuit against the Springfield-based contract-for-deed home seller.

Indeed, a Leawood, Kan., attorney is scheduled to travel to Springfield tomorrow – on his Harley, if the weather cooperates – to meet with an unidentified local attorney about a class-action suit in the works.

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