Carwiz, after Florida, opened a franchise at the third largest airport in the United States

first_img“Prošlotjednoj vijesti o otvaranju prve franšizne poslovnice u SAD-u pridružio se novi franšizni partner na Floridi čime smo nakon izlaska na američko tržište u svega tjedan dana ostvarili dvije partnerske suradnje i tako broj franšiznih partnerstva povećali na 16 država” stand out from Carwiz. Nakon prve poslovnice u Međunarodnoj zračnoj luci Orlando, u jugoistočnoj saveznoj državi Floridi, Carwiz se pozicionirao u jednom od najvažnijih američkih financijskih središta i trećoj najvećoj zračnoj luci u SAD-u, Miami International Airport. After breaking through on American market, which is a huge success, Carwiz continues to expand through a franchise model. Više o povijesnom uspjehu Carwiza i otvaranju prve franšizne poslovnice u SAD-u  saznajte u prilogu. RELATED NEWS:last_img read more

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First home buyers make their mark

first_imgEfren O’Brien poses with his dog Beau in West End, Brisbane on Friday, September 7, 2018. Mr O’Brien is a first time property buyer. (AAP Image/Claudia Baxter)A REDUCTION in the Queensland First Home Owners Grant has done little to deter those looking to make their leap on to the property ladder.National data from the ABS shows that the number of finance approvals for first home buyers is now at its highest level in eight years.In Queensland, the number of finance approvals has increased by almost 10 per cent — proof that first time buyers are not afraid to buy a home with or without the state grant.The grant, which only applies to new builds up to $750,000, dropped from $20,000 to $15,000 on July 1.REA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee said while the number of finance approvals for investors and upgraders had dropped, first home buyers were bucking the trend.“We are now seeing the highest level of first home buyers since 2010,” she said.She pointed to two suburbs within reach of first home buyers — Albion, which has a median house price of $750,000 and Tugun on the Gold Coast, where the median house sales price is $647,000.But there is even more value in the Brisbane market, with Rocklea boasting the lowest median house sales price within 10km of the city, according to data from realestate.com.auThe ‘high demand suburb’ has a median sales price of $415,000 and records about three times the number of searches per property compared to the national average.A newly renovated four bedroom house is on the market for $399,000 — well below the overall Brisbane median house sales price of $535,000. Other top spots for first homebuyer budgets within 10km of the city are Keperra, Tingalpa, Everton Hills and Chermside.A three bedroom ‘fixer upper’ at Everton Hills is on the market for $450,000, and sits on a 615sq m block. The median house sales price for Everton Hills is $558,000, according to CoreLogic.Shirley Mapp of Re/Max Premier Consultants Chermside said she was seeing a lot of activity from first home buyers in the area. “At $450,000, that is great value if you can see its potential,” she said.Ms Mapp said first home buyers were pushing up prices in family-friendly suburbs such as Everton Hills, which had traditionally been held for many 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 agoShe said Baby Boomers whose children had left home were now moving on, opening the way for first home buyers to enter the market.For those happy to commute a few extra kilometres, big savings can also be found at Riverview, Ebbw Vale, Gailes, Dinmore and East Ipswich, where existing houses have a median sales price under $275,000 within 30km of the CBD.First homebuyer Efrem O’Brien purchased a one-bedroom apartment in Stockwell’s Muse apartments in West End after renting in Sydney. Efren O’Brien bought his first home at Muse, West End. (AAP Image/Claudia Baxter)“I moved back up after being offered a position with Queensland Ballet and my job is only about 100m away,” he said.“I lived with my parents at first so it is nice having my own space again.“I am paying less on my mortgage now than I was paying in rent in Sydney.” Andrew Russell, who is the executive general manager at realestate.com.au Home Loans, said they were seeing more confidence from first home buyers.“Have a clear budget in mind that takes into consideration your lifestyle, allows enough of a buffer, and ensures you’re not over committing yourself,” he said. “This is particularly important with interest rate rises on the horizon for most Australian banks”. Fast track buying a home – check out Moneysaver HQ in Monday’s Courier Mail.last_img read more

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Area Girls High School Basketball Scores

first_imgWRBI Area Girls Basketball Scores.Thursday (12-11)South Ripley  53     Shawe Memorial  45Columbus North  65     East Central  52Greensburg  57     South Dearborn  35Lawrenceburg  56     North Decatur  40Hauser  56     South Decatur  45Rising Sun  44     Trinity Lutheran  41Southwestern  53     New Washington  51last_img

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Freshmen Patterson, Roberson show improvement in lopsided win

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 8, 2013 at 12:32 am Contact Stephen: sebail01@syr.edu | @Stephen_Bailey1 In 38 years of coaching, Jim Boeheim said freshman guard Ron Patterson may be the most inconsistent outside shooter he’s ever had.“Some days he shoots it really good in practice, and some days he can’t hit the rim,” Boeheim said “He makes a nice 3 over there and the next one’s lucky if it’s still in the (Carrier) Dome.”But in No. 4 Syracuse’s 93-65 win over Binghamton on Saturday, Patterson and the rest of the freshmen not named Tyler Ennis got their first chance in three weeks to find some consistency. Patterson finished with 10 points on 4-of-12 shooting, but cleaned up three of those misses on the offensive glass, while Tyler Roberson had his best performance of the year with six points and five rebounds. B.J. Johnson continued to struggle, missing all five of his shot attempts, but Patterson and Roberson showed signs of progress.“It’s hard because you’re coming from high school where you’re the man and then you come to college and you’ve got to wait your turn,” C.J. Fair said. “I was the last one off the bench my first game. I almost wanted to cry. But when the opportunity comes, you’ve got to take advantage of it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPatterson and Roberson definitely did.In the final 3:14 of the first half, Patterson was relentless on the offensive boards.After missing his initial layup, he followed his shot twice, before banking it in left-handed while getting fouled.Patterson missed the ensuing free throw, but grabbed the rebound and the possession ultimately ended with a Fair 3-pointer.“Ron’s been working really hard in practice,” Ennis said. “He’s been playing well, he was just waiting for his chance to get out there and show what he has.”Two minutes later, Patterson corralled a Johnson miss, but was unable to connect on the putback. However, he cycled around the key and Ennis found him for a corner triple.“I told him at halftime, I hope his arm’s not sore,” Boeheim joked. Roberson finished just 1-of-4, but he looked considerably better than the seemingly lost freshman that took the court at the start of the season.No missed dunks, no egregious defensive lapses – though Roberson did foul out – and no chewing out from Boeheim. Just a smile and pat on the butt when he came off the court in the game’s final minutes.With 7:04 left in regulation, Roberson threw down a vicious reverse slam dunk. It was a flash of the potential held by the No. 55 recruit in the Class of 2013, who teammates agreed was having a hard time getting used to coming off the bench earlier this year.“I thought Tyler was aggressive,” Boeheim said. “A couple bad fouls, but when you’re pressing there’s going to be some of those.”It’s hard to see either Patterson or Roberson getting significant minutes barring injuries or foul trouble, but both proved their worth against the Bearcats. “When their sophomore year comes, they’re going to be looked upon to produce a lot,” Fair said. “You don’t want their sophomore year to be like getting their feet wet. So now’s a good time to let them adjust.” Commentslast_img read more

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