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Thursday Sep 22 | via New York Post
The weather is beginning to cool, but the city's residential real-estate market plans to continue its hot streak. That's right, house-hunters - dozens of condos and rentals will debut this season. Comment?
Thursday Sep 22 | via Newsday
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Wednesday Sep 21 | via The Real Deal
According to the latest batch of market reports, overall office asking rents up were across the board in August, Manhattan rentals decreased slightly in price and rental vacancy is tightening in the outer boroughs. Hotels have replaced 773 housing units in New York City since 2010 and more than 750,000 square feet of available residential space was used to develop hotels, a group affiliated with Airbnb claims. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 21 | via The Real Deal
A property manager who unsuccessfully ran for City Council three years ago was indicted Wednesday for allegedly masterminding a housing fraud scheme. Cheryl "Shelley" Keeling, 65, of Riverdale, allegedly earned $5,000 a month in rent from tenants at a Harlem brownstone that she didn't own, the District Attorney's office claims. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 20 | via DNAInfo.com
It's a neighborhood prized for graceful 19th-century architecture, but apartments in Park Slope's newest buildings are the ones fetching the heftiest prices, according to a recent analysis of Park Slope's apartment prices. Two buildings that are still under construction top a ranking of condo and co-op prices in Park Slope compiled by the real estate firm NeighborhoodX. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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Tuesday Sep 27 | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Home prices in the New York metropolitan area inched up in July, but the increase was the weakest in the nation, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices reported today. Nationally, prices rose by about 5 percent in the 12 months ending in July, the Case-Shiller index said. Comment?
Thursday Sep 22 | via Canadian Business Magazine
Computer hackers swiped personal information from at least 500 million Yahoo accounts in what is believed to be the biggest digital break-in at an email provider. The massive security breakdown disclosed Thursday poses new headaches for Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer as she scrambles to close a $4.8 billion sale to Verizon Communication. Comment?
Thursday Sep 22 | via DNAInfo.com
The NYPD is constantly reminding New Yorkers not to fall for scammers trying every trick to get them to fork over their cash. From demanding people put money on debit cards to pay off IRS debts to inventing bogus crises like a relative in prison or a curse on the victim's family, the scammers mostly prey on the vulnerable who are the least prepared to suspect them, according to officials. Comment?
Thursday Sep 22 | via Bloomberg
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes unexpectedly declined to a six-month low in August, signaling buyers are getting discouraged by a limited selection of properties that's kept prices high, National Association of Realtors data showed Thursday. Inventory of available properties fell 10.1 percent from a year earlier to 2.04 million, the fewest homes since March A shortage of available properties for sale continues to hinder the market, the report showed, with inventories on a year-over-year basis falling for a 15th straight month in August. Comment?
6 min ago | via Denton Publications
I read with interest the most recent letter from William Kuntz about Essex County ["Essex County could face bankruptcy if unable to service debt," by William Kuntz, Sept. 17 edition of The Sun] potentially facing bankruptcy if it is unable to service its debt. Comment?
16 min ago | via Daily Mail
Can't shake the cough! Hillary Clinton chokes up at Florida rally and pops a throat lozenge just minutes before she's helped down a set of stairs by an aide as health woes continue to plague her 'I'm not going to leave you': Hero bystander tells how the mother killed in Hoboken train crash was still alive after the accident and he fought in vain to save her as she lay bleeding under the rubble Conductor operating the train that crashed in Hoboken was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, blood tests reveal Husband of woman killed in Hoboken train crash asked daycare owner how to tell their one-year-old daughter of the loss - just hours after the little girl's mother dropped her off Hurricane Matthew becomes the most powerful storm to hit the Atlantic in a decade as it barrels towards Florida with winds of up to 160mph Texas fast food chain says it has fired server for printing the ... (more) Comment?
17 min ago | via The Motley Fool
Reverse mortgages can be a rather safe and effective way to boost your retirement income, but they're not without some drawbacks and downsides. As we approach or begin retirement, many of us find that we could use more income. Comment?
40 min ago | via Sinn Fein Newsroom
Sinn FA in launched the childcare section of their alternative budget for 2017 in Dublin this morning. Among other measures, a a 111 million fund would subsidise the cost of childcare for children aged 6 months to 3 years, by an average of a 4994 a year or a 96 a month. Comment?
1 hr ago | via CBC News
Gerald Butts and Katie Telford, senior staff in the Prime Minister's Office, said they will repay more than $65,000 in moving expenses. It's hard to move to a new place for your work. Comment?
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