A real estate agent in Portugal has been charged with fraudulently buying property from a woman for £15,000 a year to cover the cost of her child.
In June, police in Portugal arrested the agent, Pedro Nuno, for allegedly buying a villa in the city of Alvalade for the woman’s son in 2013.
After the agent sold the property to his son, Nuno bought another villa for a further £15.5, police said.
He is now facing a charge of fraudulence, the police said in a statement on Tuesday.
The police added that they have received a “substantial amount of information” from the woman, who is a Romanian citizen.
Nuno’s attorney, Sergio Martins, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday evening.
A spokesperson for Portugal’s National Directorate of Investigations told Reuters the investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made.
By Matthew A. Hager and Michael HagerCNN”New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is a good friend of luxury real-ty company Christie’s.
Christie is the one who is making the money.
He’s making the most money.
We’re talking millions and millions of dollars a year.”
That’s how Christie described the relationship in a May 9 op-ed for The Wall Street Journal that was published after Christie endorsed Trump.
In the op-ED, Christie called Trump’s deal with Christie’s New Jersey-based real-titles company a “sweetheart deal” for the state’s realtors.
In a statement, Christie said he has “great respect” for Christie and his efforts to “transform our state and our nation.
This deal has provided thousands of jobs for our state.””
As the governor said last week, I am honored to support the Governor in his continued fight to build a stronger New Jersey economy, strengthen our schools and provide families with affordable housing,” Christie said.
In January, Christie announced his endorsement of Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, saying Christie had “a proven track record of creating jobs and economic growth” and being “the most qualified person to take on President Donald Trump.”
Trump, however, was not happy with the endorsement and called Christie a “terrible candidate.”
He also called Christie “the worst governor ever” and said that the endorsement had “emboldened” Trump to “go after other politicians and people that I don’t agree with.”
Christie has said he is committed to building a strong economy for New Jersey, but he has not made a direct public commitment to endorsing the Republican nominee.
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In February 2017, Forbes released a list of the top 20 fastest-growing real estate markets in the world.
At the time, Austin was ranked No. 3.
Today, Austin is No. 4 and the Austin Real Estate Association has added it to the list.
The top spot goes to Toronto, which ranked No 3, followed by New York City.
The average price of a home sold in Austin increased by more than 8 percent over the past year, the magazine reported.
It was also one of the fastest-selling markets in Texas, where prices rose 8.9 percent in 2016, the most in the state.
In 2017, a record number of Texans moved to the Austin area, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
According to the census, the region saw a growth of 1.6 percent from 2016 to 2017, and a 2.2 percent increase from 2017 to 2018.
Austin also has a population of more than 9.2 million, a majority of which are white.
A number of the most recent developments in the Austin real estate scene include a hotel and a high-end apartment complex called The City at 705 W. Fairmont.
The City has been under construction for more than 10 years, but it’s finally scheduled to open in 2019.