Archive of: Investing

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Controller enjoys ‘insurmountable’ problems

From his start with small businesses that led to a degree in accounting and CPA credentials, through a big role in guiding a non-profit growth project and now, as controller for a growing business, David Gleason has always found fun in financial management.

April 2017

Tacoma becoming attractive to investors

Ever more new and expensive office construction in downtown Seattle and its suburbs has some real estate investors looking to surrounding markets for opportunity.

March 2017

Port’s bond rating improves

The fiscal management by Port of Olympia has impressed investment advisors to the point that they have raised the credit rating on bonds.

February 2017

City of Tacoma credit rating improves

Paying close attention to fiscal matters is being credited by Tacoma municipal financiers for an improved rating on outstanding bonds owed by the City.

February 2017

Big income gain for Timberland

Strong loan performance and a slight rise of interest rates combined for a good gain in earnings for Timberland Bancorp to end calendar year 2016.

January 2017

Bank of the Pacific corp. raises dividend

A strong financial performance in the past fiscal year has prompted directors of the parent to Bank of the Pacific to raise its cash dividend.

December 2016
Strong apartments market draws value

Strong apartments market draws value

Low vacancies and strong rental rates are bringing investors' interest to the multi-family housing sector of western Washington, even outside of downtown Seattle.

November 2016

Community Foundation invests $170,000

Community-building activities and organizations gained from the summer distribution of funding by the South Sound's largest community-based foundation.

August 2016
40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

For the 14th year, 40 remarkable young achievers are be recognized by Business Examiner Media. Here are the members of Class of 2016 revealed for the first time.

July 2016
$26.7M for Tacoma shopping center

$26.7M for Tacoma shopping center

A regional, privately-held real estate partnership paid $330 per square-foot to acquire Lincoln Plaza shopping center near Tacoma's Costco and just one mile north of Tacoma Mall. A Southern California real estate investment firm was the seller.

May 2016
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