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Ocean Equity looking to expand

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2016
Ocean Equity Real Estate and Investments, LLC, plans to expand in 2017 with a new office on the corner of NW Coast and NW Olive streets in Newport.
The real estate business opened in December 2014 with three agents and now boasts eight agents with more than $20 million in sales.

Martial arts class is disarming

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2016
LINCOLN CITY -- An explosive form of self-defense that trains students for "real-world situations" has joined the martial arts scene at Taft Athletic Club.
The retired U.S. Marine in charge of the program, Edward Power, learned the close-in fighting discipline, Krav Maga, from the Israeli commandos who invented it.

In the thick of the housing fray

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
DEPOE BAY -- What hand-wringing politicians and consumer advocates call a housing "crisis" is the everyday stuff of business for Jeremy King Rasmussen and his staff of property experts at Oregon Coast Property Management.
A surfer since his childhood days in Maui, Hawaii, Rasmussen, 42, has proven adept at riding the fitful waves of the central coast housing market.

Samaritan purchases popular fitness club

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
NEWPORT -- Samaritan Health Services has purchased Integrated Body Fitness with the goal of upgrading services and renovating the 20,000-square-foot building by the end of this year.
Dr. Kenneth Bishop, the chiropractic physician who has owned and operated the business for the last four years, said the sale was completed on Sept. 30 and the transition is currently underway.

Using revocable living trusts

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
A revocable living trust can be a useful estate-planning tool, but it's important to understand how they work first. When it comes to estate planning, some people create wills and leave it at that. Others, however, establish trusts that offer certain benefits that wills simply cannot.
A trust is an agreement that allows a third party, known as a

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