After White Hall case, nursing homes remain key in controlling covid

As covid-19 numbers continue to rise throughout Arkansas and Jefferson County, protecting one of the most vulnerable populations has become a priority on the state level. Nursing home residents were hit hard in the state of Arkansas at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. The first nursing home case was reported by the Arkansas Department of Health on March 25 and was associated with the Waters of White Hall.

Health officials announced that the initial case at The Waters of White Hall appeared to be associated with a case linked to the original cluster at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.

Since then, the nursing home has had 51 positive residents with the most recent one reported to the health department on Oct. 1. Sixteen residents total were also reported as deceased.

In a previous interview, Donna Morton, the facility’s administrator, released a statement describing The Waters of White Hall’s “aggressive and

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Little White House office highlights four homes

Ebby Halliday Realtors’ Little White House office is showcasing four homes, two of which will be held open this afternoon.

Served by the Highland Park Independent School District, the custom residence at 7908 Hanover St. (7908hanover.ebby.com) in University Park is offered for $1,699,000. It will be held open from 1 to 3 p.m.

This four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom home offers an open floor plan. A large family room with a woodburning fireplace opens to a kitchen with an island, custom cabinetry, a breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry. The primary suite has French doors that lead to the balcony. The backyard offers a covered patio, fireplace, built-in grill and pool. For additional details, contact Chris Hickman at 469-569-1106 or chris@chrishickmangroup.com.

Located in Dallas’ Belmont neighborhood, the five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom home at 6032 Richmond Ave. (6032richmond.ebby.com) is offered for $1 million. It will be held open from 1 to 3 p.m.

The traditional-style residence

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11 of the most expensive homes for sale in Surrey and White Rock



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Outside of West Vancouver and Vancouver proper, some of the most expensive homes in the Lower Mainland can be found in Surrey and White Rock. No expense has been spared in these oceanfront beauties, where you’ll find indoor pools, koi ponds, English-style pubs, and other touches no multi-millionaire homeowner should be without.

Here, with thanks to REW.ca , are some of the most expensive.

1. $15,800,000: 13778 Marine Dr. (White Rock)



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Five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 10,743 sq ft.

Perched over the Pacific Ocean, the Dolphin Gate Estate is waterfront residence set on a 1.54-acre property. The French Normandy-inspired mansion features soaring ceilings, direct walk-out access to a private ocean-side terrace, concrete construction, limestone cladding, floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, and a slate-and-zinc roof. An infinity-edge pool, koi pond and manicured gardens (almost) complete the picture.

2. $12,890,000: 13720 Marine Dr. (White Rock)



a living room filled with furniture and a large window


Five bedrooms, seven bathrooms,

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White women earn 59% more than men in commercial real estate

In most professions, men still earn significantly more than women. But not so in the local commercial real estate scene.

In South Florida, white women are paid on average a salary of $148,582 per year, while women of color earn an average of $91,230 annually, according to a 2020 study by the Kansas-headquartered Commercial Real Estate Women Network. Men earn an average $53,562 per year, about 59% less than white women and 42% less than women of color.

The organization surveyed 51 brokers, developers, financiers, and lawyers involved in commercial real estate in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Naples, Marco Island, and Pompano Beach during the first quarter of 2020. The study, published in September, is part of a global survey of 2,930 people, and compares annual salaries versus commission-based positions. In South Florida, 79% of women and 50% of men earn a salary.

Globally, women in commercial real estate earn

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