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Agape Home Mortgage

Address: 8505 NW Timber Ridge CT Portland, OR 97229
Agape Home Mortgage is not BBB Accredited. Agape Home Mortgage in Portland, OR is a private company categorized under Mortgage Brokers Arranging for Loans, Using Money of Others. Our records show it was established in 1991 and incorporated in Oregon. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $2.5 to 5 million and employs a staff of approximately 20 to 49.
Products or Services: No Money Down Mortgages, Mortgages Information, Home Mortgages, Home Mortgage Calculators and Home Mortgage Loans.

Urban Mortgage/Urban Property Real Estate - $25K You Deserve It Contest" Dianne Block-

Agape Earth Angel Care Center www.agapeorphans.com Dianne Block is describing what her needs are for the Agape Orphanage. She is a Canadian who ...

Hygge, Bike Culture, and World-Class Dining: The 4-Day Weekend in Copenhagen

Where to Stay in Copenhagen

Skt. Petri

Pronounced “Saint” Petri, this hotel sits beside a church of the same name in Copenhagen’s Latin Quarter. But the only thing religious about this hotel is that it’s a temple of Scandinavian design. Skt. Petri reopened in 2017 with vivid greens and deep magentas, metal detailing, and geometric patterns adorning the floors, walls, and furniture. Take the escalator past the concierge when you walk in. You’ll arrive, mouth agape, at the grandiose foyer—with its glass atrium—where a restaurant-bar buzzes with guests. There’s a garden courtyard and private dining off to either side. The building, a heritage-listed property, was once a department store and you can see the framework of it here, with a modern redesign. At the concierge level, the hotel is connected to the fine restaurant  P Eatery, which offers deconstructed fine dining: They serve modern, sustainable Nordic cuisine, prepared within eyeshot of their guests. The rooms incorporate more of the same colors and materials.

Man struck, killed after walking away from assisted living group home

A 65-year-old man fatally struck by a car after walking away from an assisted living group home on Milwaukee's northwest side was identified Thursday as Alan Schmitz.

Schmitz was struck shortly before 6 a.m. Feb. 15 at N. 68th St. and W. Capitol Drive, near Agape Supportive Living Services , where he had lived since February 2015, according to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office.

The facility specializes in care for the advanced aged, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed, mentally ill and people with irreversible dementia and Alzheimer's, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Among his illnesses, Schmitz had a history of encephalopathy — progressive loss of memory and cognitive ability — and was unable to care for himself, according to a medical examiner's report.

An Agape employee said Schmitz had never left the home before and that staff were unaware he was a flight risk, the report said.