Sam Blum (3-0): LSU 35 Syracuse 7Gold StandardSyracuse’s perfectly imperfect start to the season has a reality check with a blowout loss to Louisiana State. Syracuse’s defense will keep it close for the first half, but it will be Tigers fans drinking the Dome dry by game’s end.Jesse Dougherty (2-1): LSU 49, Syracuse 10MeowSyracuse scratches for a touchdown and field goal once LSU pumps the brakes, but it’s way too late. Leonard Fournette does a few Leonard Fournette things and, well, that’s a wrapMatt Schneidman (3-0): LSU 42, Syracuse 10UntamedA once-fifth-stringer now starting for Syracuse plus the best running back in the country playing for LSU equals nothing good for the Orange. Leonard Fournette will be relaxing on the sideline well before this game is over and the Tigers prove SU can’t take down a big boy just yet.Paul Schwedelson (3-0): LSU 42, Syracuse 3LS-PhewThe only successful thing that can come out of this game for Syracuse is that its remaining quarterbacks stay healthy, providing a silver lining to a game that will otherwise be out of control. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on September 26, 2015 at 11:12 am Facebook Twitter Google+
The JN Bank Representative Office in Tamarac, Florida, will host a “JN Bank Community Connection” event on Saturday, February 24th for real estate prospects interested in purchasing a property in Jamaica for investment, retirement or vacation purposes. The event at the JN Bank Representative Office at 4111West Commercial Boulevard, Tamarac, Florida, will be held on February from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will include housing developers and realtors from Jamaica, part of JN’s preferred partners, who will advise clients about the current residential and business developments in the Jamaican market. Step-by-step mortgage processJanice McIntosh, chief representative officer for JN Bank Florida, stated that attendees will be guided step-by-step about the mortgage process and the loan options available through JN Bank. JN Bank“We will also share information about JN Bank, and our transformation as the first mutually-owned commercial bank in Jamaica,” she explained. “We are eager to promote our newest products and services, and most importantly, how these products and services may be accessed by Jamaicans living overseas.”McIntosh said presentations will be delivered on the benefits that Jamaican residents in Florida can access through government agencies, such as the National Housing Trust (NHT) and the National Land Agency (NLA). She noted that Jamaicans residing in Florida have always maintained their family ties with visits to the country more than once a year. “However, many have expressed a desire to do more business in Jamaica, hence their interest in tapping into investment opportunities such as real estate to name a few.“Linking realtors with individualsThis forum, “JN Bank Community Connection,” will link individuals with realtors and developers from Jamaica that will not only be able to guide them expertly on real estate purchases but will be able to sign up attendees to get updates on existing and future opportunities in securing a property in Jamaica.There has been such a boom with investors purchasing properties for business purposes that having the realtors on hand will be able to guide them on the areas that will suit their purpose, McIntosh pointed out.Some of the developers on board are Richmond Estate, marketing “Fern Court & The Crest” development and Moorlands Development, which constructed “Palmbrook Estate.”In addition, other realtors set to participate in the expo will include: Keller Williams, Property Solutions, Edge Realty, Kleinhans Realty and Century 21.RegistrationTo register for the event, text “YES” and the number of persons, to 954-647-8380 or send an e-mail to: email@example.com. You can also register for free on Eventbrite.