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The biggest issue in today's marketplace is finding the right sources and information needed. Being able to find the right property, at the right price, and getting the funding needed can be a lot for anyone to handle, even the most seasoned investor.

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University of Kentucky to Approve Two New Dorms On Limestone

The University of Kentucky Board of trustees is expected to approve the plans to build two new dorms at the corner of Limestone and Avenue of Champions.  These building will house more than 1,100 students and will be replacing the current outdated dorms and buildings which will be demolished.  The project will cost an estimated […]

Funai Electric to Hire 50 New Employees in Lexington

The tech company Funai Electric has announced that it is developing a research and development facility in the Lexmark complex that will bring 50 new jobs to the city of Lexington.  Jim Gray said the company will open their new department in April, and that an increasing number of tech companies have started to relocate […]

Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail Reaches New Heights in 2013

The Associated Press w/ Personal Opinions FRANKFORT, Ky. — Bourbon tourism reached new heights last year in Kentucky as more people flocked to distilleries. Officials say a record 571,701 people visited the Kentucky Bourbon Trail tour last year. Another 61,698 people traveled to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour in its first full year of […]

Governor Steve Beshear pushes for $65 Million Dollars Towards Rupp Arena Revitalization

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has proposed to lawmakers to provide 65 million dollars in state bonds to help with the renovation of Rupp Arena, and the relocation of the Civic Center in downtown Lexington. The total estimate for the downtown project is roughly 310 million dollars. These funds will be coming from both local and […]

$753 Million Dollar Proposal to Widen Eastern Kentucky’s Mountain Parkway

Kentucky’s Governor Steve Beshear has proposed a 753 million dollar proposal to widen eastern Kentucky’s Mountain Parkway to help strengthen the region through job growth and tourism.  The state highway plan which will be brought to the general assembly next week, and will include 595 million from state and federal highway funds and 158 million […]