Jeffrey De Ponte, CEO of Exhibit Supply, cuts the ribbon on his new facility in Fresno. Photo by Frank Lopez
published on May 7, 2021 – 4:23 PM Written by Frank Lopez
A business transplant just opened its doors and two local chambers helped celebrate the opening day.
Exhibit Supply celebrated its grand opening Friday with help from The Fresno and Clovis Chambers of Commerce.
Exhibit Supply is an advertising company in Fresno at 225 N. Gateway Blvd., Space 101, that makes customized canopies, display booths, fabric displays, table skins, flags and tradeshow counters. It is located near Fresno Yosemite
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Retirees who are considering a move that involves buying a home may want to consider how they’d finance the purchase.
It can be tricky for seniors to get a mortgage in retirement, said Al Bingham, a mortgage loan officer with Momentum Loans in Sandy, Utah. Not only are lenders still more cautious about extending credit during the pandemic, retirees generally have left a steady paycheck behind.
“You can have a lot of money but show very little income and have difficulty qualifying for a mortgage,” Bingham said. “It frustrates a lot of them.”
The house at 7612 Hill Drive overlooks the James River. (Photos courtesy of CVRMLS)
A local couple’s purchase of a nearly century-old house along Riverside Drive topped Richmond-area home sales last month, edging out several million-dollar deals that included a recently built modern home in Byrd Park.
Topping the list was 7612 Hill Drive, a 7,500-square-foot house on a bluff beside the river that sold March 29 for $2.15 million, below its Jan. 19 list price of $2.49 million.
The buyers are Brian and Stephanie Ford. They were represented by Paul Wierschem with Keller Williams Midlothian.
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