Seaford Real Estate News
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Monday Jul 11 | via Atlantic Yards Report
So, Newsday had a cover story today, Bruce Ratner seeks $6.2M in tax breaks for complex by Coliseum : Developer Bruce Ratner is seeking nearly $6.2 million in tax breaks from the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency to build a retail and entertainment complex next to the Nassau Coliseum, according to documents obtained by Newsday. Ratner, who expects to begin work on the 188,000-square-foot plaza next month, wants $4.92 million in sales tax exemptions during the construction period to help pay for materials, according to a June 13 application to the IDA. Comment?
Sunday Jul 10 | via Newsday
Developer Bruce Ratner speaks beside Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano about the progress of the Nassau Coliseum work in Uniondale on March 30, 2016. Developer Bruce Ratner is seeking nearly $6.2 million in tax breaks from the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency to build a retail and entertainment complex next to the Nassau Coliseum, according to documents obtained by Newsday. Comment?
Monday Jul 11 | via Long Island Business News
Cara Cronin Attorney Cronin & Cronin Law Firm Cara Cronin, who practices with Mineola-based Cronin & Cronin Law Firm, was recently honored with the Bessie Ray Geffner, Esq. Memorial Award by the Nassau County Women's Bar Association, where she serves as a delegate on the board. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 6 | via Long Island Business News
Once home to a shuttered car dealership, a Westbury site is being transformed into a modern office complex sporting a unique amenity. The 3.35-acre property at 1025 Old Country Road was formerly occupied by a Nissan showroom and service center and was first redeveloped into a 165,395-square-foot office building 12 years ago. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 5 | via Long Island Business News
The three highest-priced home sales in Nassau County last month ranged from $4.227 million to $8.55 million. The priciest Nassau home sold in June was a 5-bedroom, 5.55-bath waterfront contemporary-styled home on 1.12 acres at 18 Sinclair Drive in Kings Point that sold for $8.55 million in cash. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via Chronicle Newspaper
Recent state legislation requires lenders to maintain vacant houses before foreclosure proceedings are completed, not just after foreclosure, as prior law required. The new law also established a statewide registry of abandoned homes and a hotline for neighbors to report them. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via National Mortgage News
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a new grant initiative aimed at reducing the volume of so-called zombie homes - properties that have not been properly maintained through prolonged foreclosure proceedings. The Zombie Remediation and Prevention Initiative would provide a total of $13 million in grants to local governments as part of a statewide competitive application process. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via LongIsland.com
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a new grant initiative to address the growing statewide problem of so-called "zombie homes." Schneiderman: This Office will continue to help communities emerge from the foreclosure crisis and its enduring legacy of zombie homes. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
On Thursday, July 21, 2016, Freddie Mac reports on the week's average U.S. mor... The pregnant wife and 4-year-old son of a prominent Chinese dissident have sought refuge in the San Francisco Bay Area after leaving Thailand, where she said she no longer felt safe. A New York man is accused of holding an 81-year-old Marine Corps veteran hostage in a motel for at least four years in order to steal his benefits checks. Comment?
Feb 15, 2015 | via The Post-Standard
The state is making $13 million available to local governments to fight the problem of "zombie homes" - vacant and abandoned homes uncared-for during prolonged foreclosure proceedings. The 100 communities with the greatest zombie home problems, including Syracuse and 13 other Central New York municipalities, are eligible to apply for the grants. Comment?
1 min ago | via The Miami Herald
"From my personal analysis of the tea leaves, Brexit presents some fascinating opportunities for our city's real estate sector - as long as global and historical trends stay generally consistent," says Christopher Zoller, an agent with EWM Realty International and a member of the Master Brokers Forum. Christopher Zoller, a member of the Master Brokers Forum, is an agent with EWM Realty International. Comment?
10 min ago | via Anchorage Daily News
More listings, slower sales and flat prices in Alaska's largest city are apparent across the housing market this summer, but it's the upper reaches of the market, above the $750,000 mark, that are most sluggish. That's in part because oil companies are transferring some high-earning employees out of state, said Niel Thomas , associate broker at Coldwell Banker Best Properties. Comment?
13 min ago | via Independent.ie
But when you hear that so-called vulture funds have been buying distressed Irish property assets and paying as little as 250 a year in tax on multi-million-euro revenues, corporate tax suddenly gets more interesting. When you hear that there has been a surge in the number of foreign and domestic investors using other "creative" tax vehicles that are fully exempt on their income and profits to invest in property, your newfound interest quickly converts to anger. Comment?
27 min ago | via Bloomberg
The hunt for yield is making the bond market less attractive, said Kathleen Gaffney, whose Eaton Vance Bond Fund is surging this year after plunging in 2015. Treasury 10-year yields, the benchmark for everything from U.S. mortgages to dollar bonds in developing nations, dropped to a record this month as investors sought alternatives to negative interest rates in Europe and Japan. Comment?
30 min ago | via The Washington Post
For Beijing resident Nie Miao, spending 5,000 yuan on a new iPhone 6S from Apple Inc. "just isn't an option." That's because the lion's share of his 7,000 yuan monthly pay goes toward the mortgage on the downtown apartment he bought last year. Comment?
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