mandarin: 2010 Elementary School Results - 08/22/10 05:11 PM


mandarin: 房屋构件使用年限 - 07/06/10 07:20 PM
6。门窗只要房子不倒,外部玻璃纤维,钢铁和木材门会持续被使用,而乙烯材料(Vinyl)门有20年生命预期。壁橱门预计将持续一生,法式门(French Door) 为30至50年。铝窗年限为15至20年,而木制窗户可用到30年以上。


mandarin: A foreclosure opportunity with 2+ acre land in Cary/Apex/RTP - 04/24/10 04:52 PM
Great potential with great schools in Wake County

mandarin: Orleans builders reach sale agreement - 04/18/10 08:23 AM
By Alan J. Heavens
Just 45 days into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Orleans Homebuilders Inc., of Bensalem, said Wednesday that it had executed an agreement valued at $170 million with NVR Inc., of Reston, Va., for the purchase of what the company called "substantially all" of Orleans' assets.
The agreement is meant to establish a floor price that Orleans chief financial officer Garry P. Herdler said the company hoped would lead to "other, better, and higher bids."
Orleans, in a motion filed Wednesday in Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, asked for bids to be due June … (1 comments)

mandarin: Impact of RDU Airport: Interactive Flight Track Map Instructions - 03/29/10 09:00 AM

mandarin: Impact of 540 Extension in West Cary - 03/29/10 08:50 AM
Effective, April 12, 2010, part of McCrimmon Parkway will close for 300 days for construction of the Western Wake Expressway bridge. 

mandarin: basement: below ground and above ground - 03/24/10 12:47 PM

From: One design element available to houses built on sloped lots is known as a walk-out or daylight basement. A walk-out basement features a doorway which leads directly to a ground level patio or backyard.  Not all house plans can incorporate a walk-out or daylight basement, however. Much depends on the degree of slope and the preferred direction a house should face.  A walk-out basement works best when the house is built on top of a sloping lot which falls away at the back end.  The ground level and higher floors can be located on the top of the slope and the walk-out garage should face … (0 comments)

mandarin: Wake school board passes resolution on neighborhood schools - 03/03/10 07:36 AM

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Wake County Board of Education voted Tuesday to end its long-standing diversity policy in student assignment in favor of a neighborhood schools concept.
By a 5-4 vote, the board approved a resolution to begin planning for the phase out of the policy. The move will allow students to go to schools closer to home, regardless of the socio-economic makeup of the student body.
WATCH VIDEOWake board votes to phase out diversity policy
Reassigning students to ensure schools had no more than 40 percent of students receiving free or reduced-price lunches has been controversial for years. … (1 comments)

mandarin: With Fannie Mae You Can Have Ten Properties Instead of Four - 02/05/10 01:40 PM
Effective March 1, 2009, real estate investors can once again own and finance up to 10 individual properties. The restriction reversal does come with new minimum requirements, however.
Homeowners buying a 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th or 10th home must meet the following standards, as set forth by Fannie Mae:
720 credit score 25% downpayment for a 1-unit (30% for a 2-4 unit) No mortgage delinquencies in the last 12 months 6 months of reserves for each investment property In other words, Fannie Mae is re-opening the lending spigot for real estate investors with good credit, … (0 comments)

mandarin: 12 WCPSS Schools Earn State’s Highest Recognition - 08/18/09 09:21 PM
August 6, 2009 - The Wake County Public School System saw an increasing number of schools achieve School of Excellence and School of Distinction in 2008-09, according to the ABCs of Public Education released today by the NC State Board of Education.
In 2008-09, WCPSS had 12 schools named School of Excellence or Honor School of Excellence and 50 named School of Distinction. That compares with four Honor Schools of Excellence and 26 Schools of Distinction for 2007-08.
Individual School Results
WCPSS Schools with highest composite scores Honor Schools of Excellence in … (0 comments)


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