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A house that was bought in secret is back on the market — tell everyone!

first_imgIt was too good to refuse the first time. Will 79 Molle Rd, Ransome sell at auction again?IT IS possible to buy this house at auction without telling your spouse and still live happily ever after.Just ask the Spurrs.Twenty years ago, Sabrina and Steven Spurr were about to start building on a block of land they had purchased when Mr Spurr took himself off to the auction of 79 Molle Rd, Ransome and came home with a big surprise. Will it be toasted marshmallows or s’mores before Friday night movie night in the theatre room?“I have great memories with the fireplace and the kids and grandkids, toasting marshmallows, and then grabbing doonas and pillows and hunkering down in the theatre room to watch a movie,” Mrs Spurr said.The Tasmanian oak staircase leads to the upper level with three bedrooms and a master bedroom with separate parents retreat and ensuite. CHECK OUT BRISBANE AUCTIONS THIS WEEKEND Get comfortable, this house could be yours for the next 20 years.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe Spurrs are downsizing now their two children have moved away and will take their English-style Tudor house to auction on November 3. <<>> It’s one of those big purchases that is hard to hide in the garage.“I absolutely killed him actually,’’ Mrs Spurr said.“But it ended up for the best.“We had young children and what an amazing life for them on this property, fully-fenced over four acres.”center_img Parquetry flooring and a new kitchen are some of the improvements to 79 Molle Rd. A striking feature in the sunken lounge is a double-sided fireplace that links the lounge to the rumpus room with cathedral ceilings. Approximately $250,000 was spent on the initial renovation with parquetry flooring, balustrading, a new Tasmanian oak staircase, marble flooring in the entrance, new plumbing, tiling, solar panels and a new kitchen. What an entrance!Outside has a three-car garage, an inground saltwater pool, and paths for bikes and roller blades.“I hope a family with children buy it, it will be an amazing experience for them,” she said.“I am sad to leave it.“This house has always felt very peaceful and calming.” A little piece of Tudor England in Brisbane.last_img read more

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Apple-Cranberry Dessert.

first_img Tweet Recipe source:Better Homes and Gardens Share Sharing is caring! 26 Views   no discussions Apple-Cranberry Dessert.This recipe for a delicious apple and cranberry casserole has layers of flavor. A sweet batter tops the fresh apples and cranberries. Unsweetened cherries can be substituted for the cranberries, if fresh cranberries are not available, or frozen ones work well too. Top with a scoop of ice cream.Ingredients:2 12-ounce package fresh or frozen cranberries or 2 16-ounces packages frozen unsweetened pitted tart red cherries*2 cups chopped, peeled cooking apples2 tablespoons butter, cut up1-1/4 cups sugar3/4 cup chopped walnuts or pecans2 eggs, slightly beaten3/4 cup butter, melted1 cup sugar3/4 cup all-purpose flourVanilla ice creamcenter_img Share Food & DiningLifestyle Apple-Cranberry Dessert. by: – July 20, 2011 Directions:Preheat oven to 325 degree F. Grease the bottom of a 13x9x2-inch baking pan. Toss the cranberries and apples together in the pan. Dot cranberry mixture with the 2 tablespoons butter. Sprinkle evenly with the 1-1/4 cups sugar and the chopped nuts.In a medium mixing bowl whisk together the eggs, melted butter, the 1 cup sugar, and the flour until well combined. Pour evenly over top of cranberry mixture.Bake, uncovered, for 1 to 1-1/4 hours or until top is golden brown. Serve warm (cool about 30 minutes) or at room temperature with vanilla ice cream. Makes 15 servings.*Note: If using frozen cranberries, do not thaw before tossing with apples. If using frozen cherries, let stand at room temperature 30 minutes before tossing with apples. Sharelast_img read more

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Performance yacht owner charged with neglect in swimmers death

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – The owner of a performance yacht has been charged with neglect after his vessel killed a swimmer.Laurent Maubert-Cayla faces charges of misconduct or neglect that resulted in death.According to the state attorney, the part owner of Miami Vice, a 91-foot performance yacht, hired Maurico Alvarez to operate the vessel — knowing that Alvarez did not have a valid license and had a history of drug abuse.Officials said Alvarez reversed the massive yacht and killed a passenger swimming nearby, back in April.Alvarez has also been charged with misconduct and neglect of a ship officer that resulted in death.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Eye on the Industry Updates on Black Knight Hyland and More

first_img Share From new technology and recognition to the latest people movements. Catch the latest buzz from the industry in this weekly update.Florida-based Black Knight, Inc. has introduced LoanSphere Servicing Digital, a new solution to help mortgage servicers deepen customer relationships and increase retention. LoanSphere Servicing Digital delivers detailed, timely, and highly personalized information to customers about the value of their homes and how much wealth can be built from these real estate assets. A consumer-centric solution, this interactive tool gives customers the ability to easily perform tasks and find information related to their mortgages, while providing a platform for continual engagement between servicers and their customers. “Our goal with LoanSphere Servicing Digital is to give our servicing clients an engaging, consumer-centric tool for customer retention,” said Anthony Jabbour, CEO of Black Knight. “For many people, a house is the single greatest asset they’ll ever own. With that in mind, and employing a ‘design thinking’ approach, we’ve developed a solution that lets our clients provide their customers with ongoing, detailed information about their loans and homes, as well as the tools to help manage the wealth they have built in their homes.”___________________________________________________________________________________Hyland, a Cleveland-based content services provider, released the latest version of OnBase, a single enterprise information platform for managing content, processes, and cases. By empowering organizations to create more personalized user experiences—including improved mobility and enhanced integrations with core business applications–OnBase 18 streamlines access to critical information, delivering content on demand and eliminating information silos across the enterprise. The new release brings more than 3,100 customer-driven enhancements to the low-code OnBase platform, which provides content management, case management, business process management, records management, and capture capabilities in the cloud or on premises. “OnBase 18 exemplifies Hyland’s focus on empowering our customers to create forward-looking, future-ready solutions,” said Bill Priemer, President, and CEO at Hyland. “This platform reflects a shift in our industry, as customers increasingly demand more intuitive and user-centric services that simplify content usage by all parties–users, systems, and applications. We’ve listened closely to our customers and examined all areas of the product to make significant enhancements that will benefit every industry we serve.”___________________________________________________________________________________Nela Richardson, who served as Redfin’s first Chief Economist, has left the company after four years. The announcement came last Wednesday, with Redfin releasing a statement of confirmation to MReport. “Redfin loved every minute of the four years that Nela worked with us, and we’re sad to see her go,” Redfin stated. “At the same time, we support Nela in pursuing the next challenge in her career and wish her all the success in the world. We thank Nela for her many contributions to Redfin and for her continued friendship in the years to come.” Richardson holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Maryland, and previously served as the Senior Economist for Bloomberg Government. In the initial press release announcing her hire, Redfin detailed the duties of her role to include continuing to “lead and contribute to national housing market and policy conversations with special attention to the consumer experience.” Richardson led the Redfin team of economists and data scientists responsible for providing industry reports.___________________________________________________________________________________St. Louis-based independent mortgage lender, Cornerstone Mortgage has been named a 2018 top workplace in Missouri by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The division of Guild Mortgage was ranked eleventh in the midsize company category and featured among the top workplaces for the seventh consecutive year on this list. Cornerstone said that it also earned the Ethics Award for receiving the highest score based on responses to the survey question, “This company operates by strong values and ethics. “Teamwork and employee satisfaction are extremely important to our culture of customer service, so we are proud to once again be recognized as a Top Workplace,” said Angi Stevenson, President, and CEO of Cornerstone. “The passion and dedication of our employees have helped us continue to grow as we provide an ever-expanding array of mortgage options to more homebuyers in the Midwest. Their continued satisfaction with leadership and trust in the future of the company as part of Guild provide a solid foundation for continued growth throughout the region.” July 4, 2018 655 Views Eye on the Industry: Updates on Black Knight, Hyland, and Morecenter_img in Daily Dose, Featured, News Black Knight Cornerstone Mortgage HOUSING Hyland loan OnBase Originators Redfin Servicers technology 2018-07-04 Radhika Ojhalast_img read more

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