Hopewell Junction Real Estate News
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Aug 4, 2016 | via Curbed
A late-18th century house for sale in Springfield, Vermont. While the house sits on 73 acres of land, it is set just off the road. Comment?
Mar 2, 2016 | via Hudson Valley Press
Ulster Savings Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Marcy L. Pectle to their lending team in Dutchess County as a Mortgage Specialist. Ms. Pectle, a lifetime Dutchess County resident, joins Ulster Savings with nearly 30 years of mortgage lending experience. Comment?
17 hrs ago | via The Age
Airbnb said it has agreed to drop a lawsuit against New York City challenging a law imposing penalties on people who post short-term apartment rentals in the company's biggest US market. In exchange, regulators won't seek to punish the company itself, said Linda Rosenthal, a state assembly member from Manhattan who has led the effort against Airbnb. Comment?
Yesterday | via Mail on Sunday
At least nine people are killed and another 25 missing after devastating fire breaks out on the second floor during a 100-person late-night rave inside an Oakland warehouse with no sprinklers EXCLUSIVE: Father of man, 54, who shot dead former NFL star Joe McKnight in New Orleans road rage incident had a history of driving offenses just like his son Bowe Bergdahl's makes last ditch push for a pardon from Obama before Trump takes office who called him a 'dirty, rotten traitor' Mississippi man, 24, jailed for trying to join ISIS says he was blinded by love for his radicalized secret wife China lodges formal complaint over Trump's historic phone call with the Taiwan's president and 'urges relevant parties to handle issues carefully' China carry out 10 ballistic missile flight tests in a show of force after Trump's call with Taiwan's leader 'We know special interest crony capitalism is one ... (more) Comment?
Yesterday | via Skift
This New York rental listed on Airbnb is often used for fashion photoshoots, industry events and art shows. Airbnb dropped its opposition to a New York City law tightening restrictions on short-term rentals. Comment?
Yesterday | via Bloomberg
Airbnb Inc. said it has agreed to drop a lawsuit challenging a New York State law imposing penalties on people who post short-term apartment rentals on the site. In exchange, officials said they wouldn't seek to punish the company itself, something they have said the law was Linda Rosenthal, a state assembly member from Manhattan who has led the effort against Airbnb, described the settlement as full capitulation by the company. Comment?
Yesterday | via Channelnewsasia.com
Airbnb Inc and New York City said on Friday they had resolved a lawsuit brought by the company challenging a law it argued could expose it to significant penalties for advertising short-term apartment rentals. A 3D printed people's models are seen in front of a displayed Airbnb logo in this illustration taken, June 8, 2016. Comment?
10 min ago | via Benzinga
This week, shares of Federal National Mortgage Assctn Fnni Me and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp spiked more than 50 percent following comments by President-elect Donald Trump's newly-appointed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. On CNBC Wednesday, Mnuchin confirmed his appointment to the position and said that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can't continue to be owned by the government . Comment?
1 hr ago | via Fox News
Homeownership has always seemed to represent the American Dream, which is why so many families scrimp and save to buy a place to call their own. But recent data suggests that the dream may be dying. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Newms360.com
Pat Robertson, executive director of the Mississippi Public Employees' Retirement System , tells legislators and retirees to think of PERS' massive $16.8 billion funding shortfall as a mortgage: "Having an unfunded liability is analogous to having a mortgage and making mortgage payments faithfully every month." Well, PERS' deficit "mortgage" does not work like yours and mine. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Connecticut Post
The balance of power in the US housing market will shift from sellers to buyers by 2019, according to experts surveyed by Zillow. The number of prospective homebuyers grew through the economic recovery, attracted by historically low mortgage rates and steady jobs growth. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Fox News
When it's time to sell your home, it's tempting to make a bunch of expensive changes in order to appeal to prospective buyers. That temptation could become even stronger if early showings or an open house results in feedback on the lack of expensive finishes, hardwood floors, or a revamped kitchen. Comment?
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