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Built in 1685, a Connecticut Colonial is the oldest house in the week

A Colonial Center-Chimney in Connecticut that was built in 1685 is the oldest property to go on the market this week on Realtor.com®. Located about 90 miles north of Manhattan, the well-preserved home features many period details, including decorative woodwork and hardware. The comfortable ground floor includes a family room …

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Walmart, Moderna, Target, Deere, Home Depot and other stocks for investors to watch this week

Text size It’s the end of the first quarter earnings season, with most retailers due to report this week. US government retail sales data will also be released. Home deposit and walmart report on Tuesday, followed by Target, TJX , Lowe it is and Bath and body care on Wednesday …

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🌱 BK Subway Shooter Pleads Not Guilty + NYC Scores 1 Million COVID Deaths

Hello New York! The weather this weekend may not be the best – it’s definitely wetter than my personal preference – but there’s a lot going on, from street fairs to cultural parades to music festivals. art. On a more serious note, the man accused of the Sunset Park shooting …

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The 11 Best Selling Homes in Houston

Left to right: Mike Mahlstedt, Compass; Claudia Da Silva, Coldwell Banker Realty (Compass, Coldwell Banker Realty, iStock) Houston-area luxury homes in the Woodlands, River Oaks and Memorial topped the list of most expensive homes sold in April. While the most expensive properties still on the market fetch an asking price …

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Large New York office tenants quietly reduce square footage in ‘major reset’

Some major new office lease signings in Manhattan this year seemed to bode well for the pandemic-ridden commercial market. IBM at One Madison Avenue! Tiffany at 200 Fifth Avenue! HSBC at The Spiral aka 66 Hudson Blvd. — for a combined total of approximately 900,000 high-rent square feet in new …

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Postal Realty Trust, Inc. to Report First Quarter 2022 Financial Results on May 11, 2022 | News

CEDARHURST, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 6, 2022– Postal Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: PSTL) (the “Company”), an internally managed real estate investment trust that owns and manages more than 1,400 properties leased primarily to the United States Postal Service (the “USPS”) , ranging from the last of the 1km post offices to the …

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David Birney, who starred in ‘Bridget Loves Bernie’ on TV, dies at 83

“They had their Irish sweaters on,” Ms Roberge said in a phone interview, “and their arms crossed as if to say, Come on, show us what you got.” Over the rest of his theatrical career, Mr. Birney played a wide variety of roles, including replacement Antonio Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s …

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Sell ​​My House Fast™ expands to all New York markets, enabling homeowners to sell their home quickly and efficiently

Sell ​​my house fast Expands to all New York markets, allowing homeowners to sell their home quickly and efficiently Sell ​​My House Fast™ announces statewide expansion to all New York markets. Sell ​​My House Fast™ provided access to fast and easy home sales in neighboring states and, due to customer …

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345 Baldwin Avenue takes off in Jersey City, New Jersey

Construction peaked at 345 Baldwin Avenue, a 13-story apartment building in Jersey City’s Journal Square neighborhood. Designed by Frank J Quatela Architects and developed by Titanium Realty Group, the structure will produce 116 units along with ground floor retail space and parking. KBE-NY is the general contractor for the project, …

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$20 million Casey Key Estate blends modern luxury with old-world charm

NOKOMIS, FL – The barrier island and enclave known as Casey Key offers some of the most exquisite homes on the Gulf Coast. Included in this portfolio of majestic gems is Tweenwater, an area aptly named because it sits between Sarasota’s Blackburn Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, according to …

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Ramsay Realtors Lists Famous Bay Shore ‘Tile House’ for $1.675 Million

Five beds, four bathrooms and enough bulkheads to invite all your boating friends over for a summer evening on the Great South Bay. Once those discerning guests arrive at 143 Awixa Avenue in Bay Shore, you can wow them with your home’s rich history. After taking their hats, of course. …

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🌱 FDNY firefighter dies + Trump fined $10,000 a day + Rising COVID cases

Hello New York! Welcome back to the New York City Daily. The city is mourning the loss of a firefighter who died on Sunday, and Donald Trump is being held in civil contempt. First, today’s weather forecast: A shower in the afternoon. High: 62 Low: 48. Congratulations to our first …

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One-year-old Central Square child dies of injuries in crash

Police have just released details of a car accident that killed a baby on Friday. New York State Police were called to State Route 49 near Adrian Circle in the Oswego County town of Constantia, New York at approximately 4:22 p.m. on April 22, 2022. In a written statement, the …

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🌱 NYPD cop charged with bribery + delivery guys get protections

Hello New York and Happy Earth Day! Check out today’s events section for lots of fun ways to reconnect with nature today. There’s even more planned for tomorrow, so stay tuned. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. Top: 68 Bottom: 48. Are you a local owner or trader? We can …

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SL Green’s One Vanderbilt tower sees record New York rent

Marc Holliday of SL Green with a Vanderbilt tower (SL Green Realty Corporation) A square foot of office space — about what a pair of sneakers takes up — would never have rented for more than $300 a year in New York City. But now a Canadian environmental services company …

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Comparison of Ryman Hospitality (NYSE: RHP) and ACRES Commercial Realty (NYSE: ACR) properties

Ryman Home Properties (NYSE: RHP – Get a rating) and ACRES Commercial Realty (New York Stock Exchange: ACR – Get a rating) are both finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their profitability, dividends, institutional ownership, risk, valuation, …

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Who is responsible for pest problems?

Parasites are part of household life for many of us. From ants to cockroaches to mice, these creatures are likely to enter your home at some point. While the occasional scary crawler is harmless, proper infestation creates a health hazard. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cockroaches …

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Coldwell Banker Warburg Partners with Leading New Development Company Reuveni LLC

“I couldn’t be happier to announce our new partnership with Reuveni LLC. Shlomi, in addition to being an accomplished new development professional, is a dear friend and colleague, and I look forward to seeing the value that we add to our businesses by working together,” said Frederick Warburg PetersChairman of …

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The foundations of the Pace University Tower take shape at 15 Beekman Street in Manhattan’s Financial District

Underground work continues at 15 Beekman Street, the site of a 27-story college center and dormitory for Pace University in the Financial District. Designed by Manish Chadha of Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by SL Green Realty, the 338-foot-tall structure will produce 213,084 square feet of classrooms, dormitories, a dining …

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Demand for electric vehicles and chargers bodes well for retail and land markets

With rising gas prices at the pump, a big development that should have a positive effect on commercial real estate market demand and the long-term land market is the recently passed “Bipartisan Infrastructure Act”. This law allocates $5 billion aimed at nearly quadrupling the number of electric vehicle chargers to …

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BLM’s Los Angeles mansion sold for 250% more than the price of other homes in the neighborhood

The $6 million Los Angeles mansion bought by the country’s biggest Black Lives Matter group has sold for 250% more than the price of similar properties in its Studio City neighborhood, and cost $2.7 million. dollars more than the property records show. Records indicate the property originally sold for $3.1 …

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Form 6-K Real Brokerage Inc Due: April 05

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. UNITED STATES SAFETY AND EXCHANGES COMMISSION Washington, D.C. 20549 FORM 6-K FOREIGN PRIVATE ISSUER REPORT UNDER RULE 13a-16 OR 15d-16 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934 For …

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Most Expensive Homes Sold in Jefferson County in February 2022 (PHOTOS)

Most Expensive Homes Sold in Jefferson County in February 2022 (PHOTOS) Updated: 1:22 p.m. EDT April 3, 2022 Louisville Business First There were 10 homes in Jefferson County that sold for over $1 million during the month of February. That’s up from seven in January, according to Louisville Business First. …

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With four-day work weeks, Fridays are for free time

On a hot Friday afternoon in March, around 2 p.m., Manhattan’s West Village was buzzing with activity. The grassy areas of the Christopher Street Pier were full of friends having picnics and listening to music. So many people lined the walking path on the Hudson River that it was hard …

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Commercial real estate veterans launch an acquisitions firm specializing in value-added properties along the Boston-DC corridor

Neil Helman, left, Gerry Davis, right, have launched Collins Realty Partners, which will specialize in acquiring value-added opportunistic properties in the tri-state area, within 100 miles of Manhattan and along the Boston-DC hallway. Two veterans of the New York commercial real estate market, Neil Helman and Gerry Davis, announced the …

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Vornado Realty Trust: 5.7-5.8% yield preferred shares (NYSE: VNO)

WillEye/iStock via Getty Images introduction In October of last year, I took a closer look at Vornado Realty Trust (NYSE: VNO), a REIT focused on the New York office market with some commercial space available in the same buildings. In New York, Vornado also has just under 1,700 units in …

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How Douglas Cabral Became the Most Wanted Real Estate Broker in Long Island’s North Fork Area

Known for creating out-of-the-box solutions to help clients achieve their goals, Douglas Cabral, founder of Excelsior Real Estateskilfully combines his vast real estate knowledge with the latest technologies and his sense of anecdotes. Cabral is best known for selling Claudio’s in Greenport, New York, in 2018, the oldest family-owned restaurant …

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What is the best time of year to sell?

Erie County’s peak week for listing homes for sale is fast approaching, according to real estate agent.com. The residential home listings site reports that regional sellers have the best opportunity to sell their homes quickly and get more and better deals the week of April 10-16. Erie shares similarities with …

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‘Rock the Block’ Reveals Renovation That May Rain Money Forever

So far in Season 3’s “Rock the Block,” the four design teams have outfitted kitchens, living rooms, and more in their homes in Charleston, South Carolina. But in the latest episode, they tackle the second floor, which includes a loft space as well as a FROG. What is a FROG, …

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Can Eric Adams encourage New Yorkers to overcome the pandemic?

Mayor Eric Adams has made no secret of his desire to speed New York City’s recovery from the coronavirus, and in his regular briefings with health officials he was encouraged by the latest measures : cases have dropped significantly while vaccination rates have almost reached 90% for adults. But Mr. …

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How the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the US housing market

Dean Mitchell / iStock.com The extraordinary events of the past two years make it easy to forget that the housing market was sizzling before the coronavirus hit land. Millennials — America’s largest living generation — were nearing the peak of their early years of home buying in 2019. A shortage …

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New room inspired by life in Mt. Airy, Germantown

by Len Lear In “Backing Track,” a new play by acclaimed satirist R. Eric Thomas, now at the Arden Theater Company in Old Town, change is in the air for a family after an unexpected loss. Mel, mother to Avery and Jessica, tries to reclaim her place in a gentrified …

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Briton killed while driving with daughter in Cancun

A British businessman was shot dead in front of his 14-year-old daughter over the weekend in what Mexican authorities call “a targeted attack”. Chris Cleave, a 54-year-old estate agent from Cornwall, was shot dead in Cancun on Saturday as he walked through the tourist hotspot with his teenage daughter, according …

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New York’s luxury real estate market sees influx of Russian sellers liquidating fast ahead of possible US sanctions

FOX Business’ Madison Alworth reports on the city’s efforts on “Varney & Co.” New York City real estate agents have been inundated with Russian clients seeking to privately sell multimillion-dollar properties through so-called “whisper listings” in a rush to liquidate assets in the amid fears that more US sanctions could …

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9 Popular Places to Buy Used or Vintage Furniture Online

Of all the interior design trends for 2022, we’re perhaps the most excited to see vintage furniture having a moment. Why? Once-loved furnishings are breaking the mold of generic, mass-produced decor. Given the challenges of today’s global supply chain, manufactured hung furniture can come with a long shipping time, but …

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Who is Daniel Bochicchio? An estate agent looking for love in Regency England

A fairy tale needs a man, who will carry you off your feet. But what if you had 16 suitors vying for your attention, all dressed in Regency-era clothing? NBC will launch a new dating show called “The Courtship,” which is a mix of “Bachelor” and “Bridgerton.” Who doesn’t love …

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Ukraine, New York, Pets: Your Friday Night Briefing

(Want to receive this newsletter in your inbox? Here registration.) Good evening. Here is the latest at the end of Friday. 1. Russian forces in Ukraine seized Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, tightened their grip around the capital and threatened other cities in the south. The destruction and chaos intensified …

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The agency welcomes a new franchisee in Naples, Florida

Global Real Estate Brokerage, The agency announced the launch of its new franchise office in Naples, Florida. The new location is the company’s 29th franchise among its growing network of offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. The Naples office will be led by esteemed luxury real …

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Sotheby’s International Realty expands presence in Minnesota

NEW YORK, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sotheby’s International Realty today announced the opening of Northland Sotheby’s International Realty, a sign of the brand’s continued growth in the state of Minnesota. This addition marks the brand’s fourth affiliate office in the state. Northland Sotheby’s International Realty is owned and operated …

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Christian Pascal buys Bill’s Townhouse as old restaurants come back to life

The shuttered former home of Bill’s Townhouse restaurant — and Bill’s Gay ’90s for many years before that — is coming back to life with the backing of a powerful Manhattan impresario, Realty Check has learned. The lease at 57 E. 54th St. was signed a few days ago by …

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Black Real Estate Figures Rated | News, Sports, Jobs

As Black History Month comes to an end, I wanted to talk about a few important African American people in real estate history. Real estate began as a predominantly white profession. It was predominantly dominated by white men in the 19th and 20th centuries, with a small number …

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Rent is skyrocketing, leaving Boston-area tenants feeling ‘overpriced’ – NBC Boston

As rent prices soar across the country, some Boston-area tenants looking to renew their leases are being asked to pay hundreds of dollars more per month. According to Realtor.com, rents are up 20% over last year in Boston, and the city is on track to become the second most expensive …

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Buying is more affordable than renting in these cities

By Anna Bahney, CNN Business Across the United States, rents are rising so rapidly that in many cities, buying has become more affordable than renting, even with exorbitant house prices. The national median rental price jumped 19.8% in January from a year ago, marking the eighth consecutive month of double-digit …

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Rents are reaching ‘insane’ levels in the US with no end in sight

Krystal Guerra’s Miami apartment has a tiny kitchen, cracked tiles, warped cabinets, no dishwasher and virtually no closet space. But Guerra was okay with the apartment’s flaws. It was all part of being a 32-year-old graduate student in South Florida, she explained, and she was happy to live there for …

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The bidding war behind three hugely popular New York rentals

Photo: Courtesy of The Corcoran Group Renting an apartment in New York right now is, by all accounts, quite a daunting task. According to a recent Streeteasy report, there was a “record drop” in rental inventory (the fourth quarter of 2021 had about 50% fewer units than the same period …

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Port Kent REALTOR ® Kira Witherwax Named Winner of Lawrence B. Caldwell PRPP Service Award

The New York State Association of REALTORS® presented Kira Witherwax of Port Kent with its 2022 Lawrence B. Caldwell PRPAC Service Award, the highest honor bestowed by the REALTORS® Political Action Committee of New York. She received the award at the association’s Opportunity Awaits Mid-Winter Business Meetings in Albany, NY. …

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The hottest real estate markets right now will surprise you

Despite the deep winter freeze, many U.S. real estate markets are already heat. And even though cold temperatures tend to make people dream of moving to warmer climes, a new report has revealed that the hottest real estate market in the country is currently hiding in a surprisingly cold place: …

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🌱 Queens Lunar New Year + Elmhurst Homeless Encampment Persists

Happy Monday, Queens! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening today. First, today’s weather forecast: Showers of rain and snow. Top: 38 Bottom: 33. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand in Queens, and set you apart from …

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Feds seize Quincy crook’s $884,000 retirement account to pay victims

BOSTON — Federal authorities have liquidated a retirement account of a former lawyer and real estate agent who defrauded 24 investors out of nearly $2 million through real estate schemes in Quincy. Federal authorities liquidated a retirement account Scott Wola contributed until 1997, when he worked as a lawyer in …

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Broadmark Realty Capital Announces Completion of Management Transition Plan

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Broadmark Realty Capital Inc. (NYSE: BRMK) (“Broadmark” or the “Company”), an internally managed secure real estate finance company, today announced that Brian P. Ward will join the Company as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective March 1, 2022. Mr. Ward will also be appointed to the board of directors, …

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EMPIRE STATE REALTY TRUST SIGNS THREE NEW TENANTS IN TWO NYC PROPERTIES

NEW YORK, February 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT) today announced the signing of three new commercial leases with AT&T Mobility, Subway and Le Café Coffee in two of its New York City Properties. 10 Union Square East AT&T Mobility signed its third lease with …

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Ellen and Charlie fight over an apartment

New Yorkers Ellen and Charlie struggle to find a home as tensions boil over between them in latest How I Met Your Father WARNING: The following contains spoilers for How I Met Your Father, Season 1, Episode 3, “The Fixer,” now streaming on Hulu. Apartment hunting is a nightmare in …

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The DMV’s Favorite Realtors on Social Media

For some of us, social media (and Zillow) serves as the HGTV equivalent. Real estate agents and real estate enthusiasts who have tapped into the realm of social media home tours are creating content that showcases luxury mansions and tiny homes. Here are some of our favorite real estate social …

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Are your children’s rooms pure chaos? 7 improvements to make before selling

Are your children’s rooms so messy that you cringe before entering? Well, we don’t blame you. But if you’re planning on selling your home soon, it’s time to change that. Of course, the kitchen, master bath, and living room can get the most attention during open houses and home visits. …

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SCHUCKMAN REAL ESTATE EXCLUSIVELY SELECTED FOR RENTAL HIGH VISIBILITY NEW CONSTRUCTION “QUEENS FLATIRON BUILDING”

Queens Flatiron Building at 90-32 Queens Blvd Schuckman Realty Inc. has been selected to lease a 164,414 square foot medical, office and retail building project at 90-32 Queens Blvd. Elmhurst, NY11373. This project is one of the most visible in Queens with over 215,000 vehicles passing the site daily on …

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New Brickell Hotel Leases Over 50% of Commercial Space

Hamid Moghadam, CEO of Prologis (Prologis, CBRE, iStock) UPDATE, January 24, 10:13 a.m.: AC Hotel by Marriott / Element by Westin I Brickell More than half of the street-level retail space is taken up by the newly opened AC Hotel by Marriott/Element by Westin in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. Three restaurants …

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Cedar Realty Trust, Inc. plans quarterly dividend of $0.07 (NYSE: CDR)

Cedar RealtyTrust, Inc. (NYSE:CDR) declared a quarterly dividend on Friday, January 21, the wall street journal reports. Shareholders of record on Friday February 11 will receive a dividend of 0.066 per share from the real estate investment trust on Tuesday February 22. This represents an annualized dividend of $0.26 and …

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Right-wing company Blue Line Moving brings northeast exiles to Florida

Former teacher Karen Ball was living in New Hampshire when she decided it was time to downsize and sell her four-bedroom home. “I had always spent my summers in Maine, so I thought I would go there,” the 56-year-old told the Post. But when COVID arrived, things changed. “I didn’t …

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KZA Realty Reaches $1.8M Deal for South Boulevard Commercial Property – Bronx Times

The commercial property located at 1155-1159 Southern Blvd. was purchased for $1.8 million. Photo courtesy KZA Realty Subscribe to our amNY Sports e-Newsletter to get news and match coverage for your favorite teams KZA Realty Group has secured the sale for $1.8 million of a development property located in the …

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Escape NYC with your own private island 30 minutes away

Now you can buy your own private island just 30 minutes from Manhattan – if you have $4.9 million to spend. Located in the upscale New Rochelle community known as Premium Point, the Mediterranean-style waterfront estate on Oak Island spans a colossal 7,800 square feet across nearly three-quarters of an …

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Launch of the One Clinton Park rental at 55 Clinton Place in downtown New Rochelle

Rental is now underway at One Clinton Park, a new 28-story mixed-use tower with 352 rental units. Located at 55 Clinton Place in New Rochelle, One Clinton Park is RXR Realty’s latest development in the downtown area of ​​the city and is slated to open this spring. RXR initiated the …

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Schuckman Realty Facilitates Sale of Long Island Mall Portfolio

Long Island shopping centers involved in the transaction Schuckman Realty Facilitates Sale of Long Island Mall Portfolio to Regency Centers for $ 130 Million The Long Island shopping area has been a recession-resistant market that has been proven to stand the test of time, ” – Kenneth R. Schuckman of …

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Agree Realty Announces Fourth Quarter 2021 Results Release Date and Conference Call Information | national news

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Michigan.Jan. 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Agree Realty Corporation (NYSE: ADC) (the “Company”) today announced that it will report fourth quarter and full year 2021 operating results following the close of market on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. A conference call to discuss the Company’s results of operations …

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ACRES Commercial Realty Corp. (NYSE: ACR) Update on Short-Term Interest

ACRES Commercial Realty Corp. (NYSE: ACR) enjoyed significant growth in short-term interest during the month of December. As of December 15, there was short interest totaling 25,500 shares, an increase of 20.9% from the total of 21,100 shares as of November 30. About 0.3% of the company’s shares are sold …

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Is California to blame for soaring house prices in Idaho and Utah?

The western states of Utah and Idaho have been strong contenders for the nation’s top states for their rampaging housing markets. The metropolitan areas of Salt Lake City and Boise were recently ranked the # 1 and # 2 markets in the country, respectively, by Realtor.com for their planned markets …

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Coconut Grove struggles to shelter a wave of New Yorkers

Written by Monica Correa on January 4, 2022 Advertising As the stock of homes in the Coconut Grove market has steadily declined, and the prices of condominiums, townhouses, and single-family homes have skyrocketed, the real estate market is struggling to keep up with a wave of New Yorkers coming. in …

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Making sense of the COVID months – RISMedia

This month’s National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Potential Brokers Roundtable explains how brokers can plan for the future amid COVID. Chris Kelly, President and CEO, Ebby Halliday Companies, North Texas; National Association of REALTORS® Broker Liaison Officer: Real estate professionals are far from the only ones trying to make sense …

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How Covid-19 Risk Calculators Help Assess Safety

Some users, however, report feeling more anxious after using them. Nick Rafter, 38, a real estate agent in the Ozone Park section of Queens, released the numbers ahead of social gatherings or trips. “It was mostly out of curiosity, not to decide whether to do them or not,” he said. …

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New York State makes remote online notarizations permanent

After allowing remote online notarizations as an emergency measure during the pandemic, New York state passed legislation definitively legalizing the practice, a move hailed by real estate and housing finance groups. New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed the new law on December 22 and it will come into force on …

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Zacks: Analysts Predict Piedmont Office Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: PDM) to Report Earnings Per Share of $ 0.50

Wall Street brokerages expect Piedmont Office Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: PDM) to report earnings per share (EPS) of $ 0.50 for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zack. Two analysts have released earnings estimates for Piedmont Office Realty Trust. Piedmont Office Realty Trust reported earnings of $ 0.46 per share …

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Sprawling 1,200-acre ranch in North Carolina sells for $ 7.19 million

There are several properties on the sprawling lot. FOCIIS PHOTOGRAPHY FOR LANDMARK SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Text size A 1,200-acre ranch in North Carolina, larger than New York’s Central Park, sold for $ 7.19 million in record-breaking state ranch deal on Wednesday, Mansion Global has learned. . Longhorn Creek Ranch’s seven-figure …

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Real estate firm Beachwood adds to portfolio with $ 52.4 million deal

Chase properties, a Beachwood real estate company, spent $ 52.4 million to acquire two out-of-town malls. Chase announced on Monday, December 20 that he was the new owner of Grandville Marketplace, a 209,000 square foot property that is anchored by Hobby Lobby, Big Lots and PetSmart in Grandville, Michigan, near …

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Wow House: dazzling property with 5 bedrooms, inground

MERRICK, NY – The property on a quiet cul-de-sac has an asking price of $ 1,215,000. Located at 2611 Bonnie Ct. In Merrick, it has five spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom is a bespoke bathroom with a walk-in closet. There is a chef’s kitchen with a large island and a …

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After a career in fashion, the CT woman moves up the ranks in real estate

When Tammy Felenstein bought her second home in 1995, she found the emotional toll overwhelming. She didn’t understand how someone could navigate the process for a living and even told her real estate agent the same. “When you are the customer, all is emotion” Felenstein noted. “I mean, you find …

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Real estate agent wants to show moms how to make it work

Four years ago, Esti Lowenbein quit working as a speech therapist and went into real estate. She has since closed $ 400 million in deals and will tell the women of Crown Heights how it goes on Monday. Full story by COLlive reporter Real estate investing isn’t the first place …

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Terreno Realty Corporation acquires property in Alexandria, Virginia for $ 60.8 million

BELLEVUE, Washington – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Terreno real estate company (NYSE: TRNO), an acquirer, owner and operator of industrial buildings in six major US coastal markets, acquired an industrial property located in Alexandria, Va. On December 10, 2021 for a purchase price of approximately 60, $ 8 million. The property consists …

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How to deal with the stress of buying a home

While looking for a home last summer, first-time buyer Xinyu Li felt emotionally overwhelmed. Several offers that she and her boyfriend made were rejected, and Xinyu compulsively checked the ads online. “It was a lot of stress and anxiety,” she says. “I had to go to therapy. Xinyu’s psychotherapist advised …

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Is there a recharge time in sight for Orlando’s buzzing real estate market?

ORLANDO, Florida – In July, the median price of a home in the Orlando real estate market, which includes Orange, Lake, Seminole and Osceola counties, broke records at $ 320,000. However, in September, and for the first time in 11 months, that number fell to $ 318,000. News 6 asked …

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Hot cities to buy and sell homes in 2022: Realtor.com

Do you have your eye on a new home in the west? You’re not the only one. The mountainous states of the west are well represented in the new Realtor.com site ranking of the hottest real estate markets in 2022: Salt Lake City, Boise and Spokane are the top three …

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Historic Hamptons home sold for the first time – DIRT

In 1906, a group of wealthy businessmen from Cincinnati went hunting in the Amagansett area, in the Hamptons then somewhat distant from New York. Richmond Levering, William Cooper Procter (a grandson of Procter & Gamble founder William Procter), Joseph Rawson Jr. and William Stanhope Rowe all loved the area so …

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Lakeway Area Realtors Association Celebrates Anniversary | New

The Lakeway Area Association of Realtors celebrates its 60th anniversary. “A real estate agent is a registered trademark,” said Lisia Amburn, director of the association. “He is a licensed real estate professional who belongs to the National Association of Real Estate Agents and members who join our local association also …

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COMPASS Partners with Realtor Karla Murtaugh to Open First Office in Ridgefield, Connecticut

Ridgefield, CT – COMPASS, the nation’s leading independent brokerage, announces a new partnership with Karla Murtaugh Homes, led by Karla Murtaugh. Karla is highly regarded as one of the top real estate agencies in Ridgefield and is known for her in-depth knowledge of the industry, unmatched attention to detail, and …

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An heiress turned this townhouse into a piece of Europe in New York

LIST OF THE DAY Site: New York City Price: $ 10.85 million The Hunnewell Mansion is one of New York City most historic townhouses – located in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan, these were built in 1860 and reinvented in the early 1900s by heiress Charlotte Hunnewell Sorchan, who …

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No more storage units: Staged Ryte consolidates 10,000 parts in one warehouse | Business

Dawn Trachtenberg is the owner of Stage Ryte, a home staging company, which recently moved into a 5,000 square foot warehouse in Sheffield Business Park in Ashley Falls. PHOTO PROVIDED BY STAGED RYTE SHEFFIELD – Imagine keeping over 10,000 furniture and accessories your business needs in 20 individualized storage units …

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Cold Storage Market Size To Increase By USD 31.97 Billion | Americold Realty Trust and Interstate Cold Storage Inc. appear as key contributors to growth

The report on the cold room market provides holistic update, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers and challenges, as well as vendor analysis. Growing awareness of reducing food waste is expected to positively impact the growth of the cold room market during the forecast period. The cold room market …

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Terreno Realty (NYSE: TRNO) lowered to “hold” at Zacks Investment Research

Terreno Realty (NYSE: TRNO) has been downgraded from Zacks investment research from a “buy” note to a “keep” note in a research note published on Thursday, Zacks.com reports. According to Zacks, “Terreno Realty Corporation is an in-house managed real estate investment trust (REIT) that focuses on acquiring industrial real estate …

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New York hotel owners may see a slight boost in business vacations – Commercial Observer

All New York hotel owners want for Christmas is a few more customers, but early indicators suggest the holiday season could mean more smut than candy. CBRE predicts that hotel occupancy rates across the city are expected to reach around 56 percent in the fourth quarter, a slight improvement compared …

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Best Buy, Zoom, Dell, Deere and more stocks to watch this week

Text size The end of the third quarter earnings season will bring more results from major retailers next week, just as shoppers gear up for Black Friday. On Tuesday, investors will get quarterly results from some of the biggest names in retail, including Best buy, Burlington Stores, Dick’s Sporting Goods, …

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Sold (Bought): Kits Spacious Townhouse Showcases New York Brownstone Style

Breadcrumb Links Houses Buy Sell The interior has Brazilian cherry hardwood floors throughout, a focal point fireplace in the living room, and patio doors leading to a west facing patio Author of the article: Nicola Road Located on Maple Street in Vancouver, this three bedroom townhouse was listed for $ …

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Postal Realty Trust Announces Pricing for its Tracking Offer | Business

CEDARHURST, NY – (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 16, 2021– Postal Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: PSTL) (the “Company”), an internally managed real estate investment trust that owns and manages over 1,300 properties leased primarily to the United States Postal Service (the “USPS”) , running from the last mile of post offices …

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Peerage Realty Partners and Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty expand their presence in New York State with the acquisition of Select Sotheby’s International Realty and Gary DiMauro Real Estate

Peerage Realty Partners strengthens its presence in high-end markets in the north of the state new York and the Hudson Valley. This is Peerage Realty’s fifth partnership with Sotheby’s International Realty. TORONTO, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Peerage Realty Partners Inc. (“Real Estate Peerage“) is pleased to announce …

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Houses sold for approximately $ 450,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York and the surrounding area focuses on homes selling around a certain price, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the market with the …

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As rent prices continue to rise, some New York City developers are pushing to make high-quality apartments in luxury apartment buildings affordable

Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Rent prices continue to rise as millennials and millennials return to town. But developers in the five arrondissements are creating a range of high-quality apartments in …

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Welcome to the horror issue

When the pandemic began in March 2020, a nation locked itself inside, turned on the television, and began streaming scary movies. Bird box and I’m a legend live our survival nightmares; Contagion felt like a prophecy. An unexpected global catastrophe had long been the subject of horror films; suddenly the …

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Your Tuesday briefing – The New York Times

A commitment to reduce methane emissions Thirty-two countries have joined the United States in a developed pact with the EU to cut methane emissions by 30% by 2030. This is part of an effort to set new targets to slow global warming ahead of a major United Nations climate summit …

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Brokerages forge New Paths to Profitability – RISMedia |

This month’s National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Energy Brokers Roundtable offers a long-term perspective for the real estate industry and brokerage firms. Moderator:Cindy Ariosa, Senior Vice President, Regional Director, Long & Foster Real Estate, Chantilly, Virginia, Liaison for Large Business and Industry Relations, National Association of REALTORS® Panelists: James D’Amico, …

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SoHo rolls economically as buyers disappear in pandemic

“Without tourists, it’s dead here,” said Carlos Garcia, manager of Mystique Boutique, a local clothing store on Broadway that now closes at 7 pm, two hours earlier than before. Learn more about New York’s skyscrapers The disadvantages of living in a Supertall tower: 432 Park, one of the richest addresses …

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