Galveston This Vacation

untitled (5) untitled (4) untitled (3)Galveston Texas is a great place to spend your next vacation.  The beaches are beautiful and the piers are fun to walk.  Take a boat ride and see the whales and dolphins.  The shops are great and the prices are even better.  If you like the warm weather then the Galveston area is for you.  I travel in the Galveston area in an RV and had a great time.  The park we stayed in was great and the price was lower than expected.  We didn’t want to leave.  Phil Pustejovsky is a local and love the Galveston area. When our time was up we did not want to leave.

Galveston Legal Dispute Over Landmarks

Galveston is a great place to be, but just like any place in the world there are also conflicts and some of these issues are major enough to require legal action. This story is similar to the story concerning Dr. Malfitano and the legal action he went through with the Ombry House sale http://lasvegassun.com/news/1999/sep/17/ormsby-house-sale-could-face-legal-battle/.

The Port of Galveston was looking for help from a state judge in the case of removal of heavy machinery from its property. A lawsuit was filed against an International LLC and its manager, James Richard Malone. The Port had requested the Galveston County District Court Judge to issue an order demanding the defendants to take cranes and other involved parts of machinery away from Pier 10 on the city’s East End and also pay storage fees.

At an auction in April 2008, the defendants purchased the property and the original petition says so. It adds to the petition, “Some but not all of the objects in machinery have been removed the property.” The plaintiff claims it repeatedly demanded Malone to remove the cranes, which are known Galveston landmarks, and pay approximately $150,000 in accrued storage charges.

Real Estate won’t be the Same After What was Talked about on This Page http://nationalinterest.org/feature/congress-the-last-line-defense-the-iran-talks-11845

After the tension that has risen in Iran, it’s unclear what the future holds for real estate there. The issue that was presented on the page http://nationalinterest.org/feature/congress-the-last-line-defense-the-iran-talks-11845 clearly has clouded the vision of property dealers. An article for Mark Dubowitz has shown concerns about the subject matter and is in need of an immediate solution. So what are your thoughts on this? And how do you think are investors going to react to this issue?