Stony Brook Real Estate News
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Thursday Jan 12 | via Long Island Business News
The priciest Stony Brook home sold in December was a 4-bedroom, 2-bath expanded cape on .42 acres at 4 Woodbine Ave. that sold for $570,000. It was listed by Tracy Delpriore and Lillybeth Chionchio of Douglas Elliman Real Estate and sold by Maureen Akerberg of Henrietta Homes & Properties. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 11 | via Long Island Business News
The priciest Suffolk condo sold in December was a 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo at 114 Madeira Blvd. in The Greens in Melville that sold for $1.05 million in cash. It was listed by independent broker Ilene Krupnick Kogen and sold by Sharyn Hyman and Barbara Tomko of Laffey Fine Homes of Woodbury. Comment?
Monday Jan 9 | via Long Island Business News
There were 2,019 homes contracted for sale in Nassau and Suffolk counties last month, down 10.7 percent from 2,259 pending sales in November and a 2.4 percent decline from Dec. 2015, according to preliminary numbers from an online real estate database. The biggest year-over-year drop in pending home sales was in Nassau, where 901 homes were contracted for sale last month, down 5.8 percent from the 956 pending sales recorded in Dec. 2015. Comment?
Monday Jan 2 | via Shelter Island Reporter
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO The Town Board in session December 28. From left, Councilwoman Chris Lewis, Councilman Paul Shepherd, Supervisor Jim Dougherty, Councilman Jim Colligan, Councilwoman Mary Dudley and Town Clerk Dorothy Ogar. At the last Town Board meeting of 2016 on December 28, the board unanimously passed a resolution to set a public hearing for January 27 on purchasing "4.5 acres of property at Burns Road a from the Shelter Island Meeting of Religious Society of Friends for the bargain sale price of $25,000." Comment?
Sunday Jan 1 | via Newsday
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9 hrs ago | via Watertown Daily Times
A $90 billion wave of maturing commercial mortgages, leftover debt from the 2007 lending boom, is laying bare the weak links in the U.S. real estate market. It's getting harder for landlords who rely on borrowed cash to find new loans to pay off the old ones, leading to forecasts for higher delinquencies. Comment?
Monday | via New York Daily News
New York City must be a place where homeownership is an affordable choice for working class and middle class families. Long the instrument of Americans' ability to accumulate financial equity and establish a secure foundation for their families, homeownership continues to prove immensely effective at economically empowering individuals and communities. Comment?
Saturday Jan 21 | via Stuff.co.nz
More immediately, would-be Chinese investors are finding it tougher to get their money out of China, real estate agents report. The changes come against a background of increasing cultural diversity with 39 per cent of Auckland's 1.4 million population born overseas - encompassing 220 ethnic groups and making the City of Sails more diverse than Sydney, London and New York. Comment?
Friday Jan 20 | via ETonline
From terrifying bungee jumps and exhilarating dirt bikes to quaint, romantic horseback rides, Million Dollar Listing New York newlyweds Ryan Serhant and Emilia Bechrakis have dished on how they fell in love with each other all over again during an action-packed New Zealand honeymoon. ever known each other in New York, so it was awesome to be together for that long in an environment like New Zealand -- we really brought out the crazy in each other!" the reality TV real estate agent tells ET. Comment?
Thursday Jan 19 | via Wall Street Journal
A Manhattan apartment has sold for $16 million, according to real-estate agent Miriam H. Weingarten of Charles Rutenberg, who represented the purchaser. Listed for $16.9 million in May with Marlene Marcus of Brown Harris Stevens, the four-bedroom condo is on the 34th-floor of the Park Laurel on West 63rd Street. Comment?
18 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Good morning and welcome to the HomeStreet, Inc. Fourth Quarter Earnings Update Conference Call. All participants will be in listen-only mode. Comment?
21 min ago | via Daily Mail
One in four Britons has no savings, while another third has less than three months take-home pay set aside. Half have personal debt - up slightly in a year, research by the finance firm ING for the sixth annual savings survey shows. Comment?
47 min ago | via O-R Online
The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores. Comment?
55 min ago | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
In addition to fabulous views of Friday Harbor scenery, this home at 260 Harrison St. boasts vaulted ceilings in the living room and a wood-burning stove. This house has two stories, with two bedrooms and three bathrooms. Comment?
57 min ago | via The Herald Democrat
Three-term Grayson County Precinct 4 Constable Bob Douglas was labeled racist during the county Commissioners Court meeting Tuesday by local real estate agent Donny J. Neill. Comment?
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