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Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez will be holding a press conference to discuss the recent New York Court of Appeals decision to reject a motion to appeal an appellate panel's reinstatement of the Inwood rezoning. The decision comes after the Northern Manhattan is Not for Sale appealed an appellate panel's reinstatement of the rezoning back in July.
One of the main reasons to study civil engineering is that it is a universal career. It is present in all aspects of the real estate sector. Civil engineers have essential skills and roles in developing innovative real estate projects, which gives them an edge
If you want to improve your life as a college student, you should live in student housing. Compared to regular rentals, student housing enables you to mingle with other students and get access to valuable support networks. Student living may also help you
NYS OASAS Announces Approximately $24 Million in Funding to Expand Addiction Treatment Facilities in...
The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) today announced approximately $24 million in capital funding for expansions of addiction treatment facilities in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes Regions. The Binghamton Evaluation Center is receiving more than $13 million to add 50 new stabilization and rehabilitation beds, and the Rochester Evaluation Center for Medically Supervised
Graduating from being a renter is among the largest life changes many of us undergo on the path to adulthood. However, outside of a small percentage of exceedingly fortunate individuals, most people rely on mortgages to afford the homes they wish to live in.
Whether you want to stay in your home forever or plan on selling your home eventually, it is vital to increase the value of your home. Even if you are planning on living in your home until you die, you still may want to leave it to your kids, nieces, or nephews. And as a result, they may want to eventually sell the home.
During the social unrest throughout the nation in late spring and summer of 2020, NAR received an unprecedented number of complaints about REALTORS® posting discriminatory speech and conduct online, especially on social media. Local and state associations experienced a similar influx of these complaints. In light of this, Atlanta REALTORS® Association President Jennifer Pino
Millions of people move long distances or one state to another in a year. Very few of these moves ever go smoothly, with many instances of lost items, broken valuables, or even movers not showing up being reported. However, this doesn't mean your next cross-country or interstate move has to be as hectic as many people put it. All you need to do is come up with a well-formulated plan for the move, and most importantly, hire the right long-distance mover for the job.
Atlanta REALTORS® Association (ARA), the largest association of its kind in Georgia, released its October 2020 Market Brief on residential housing statistics for 11 area counties in metropolitan Atlanta. The Market Brief, compiled by First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS), provides the only regionally-focused synopsis
The apartment you’ve been renting for years seemed big enough until you added kids to the mix. Now you want a house. The problem? You don’t have enough for a down payment. Or maybe daycare costs limit your monthly budget, or your credit history won’t qualify you for a mortgage.
Selling a home is something most of us will need to do at one point or another. It can be a long process, full of many different meetings, negotiations and contracts to be signed. While many people successfully sell a home and get what they feel like
Real estate market today tend to favor one side, the buyer or the seller. Regardless of whether you are in a booming market or a stagnant one, it is wise to learn significant strategies that will help you make the best deal and come out a winner. Arm yourself with knowledge and learn how to negotiate your way through a bidding war; there are hundreds of thousands of dollars at stake.
The pandemics of 2020 real estate performance numbers are formally in and guess what? The DMV market had yet another record-breaking summer. In July 2020, the mean price of a DC-area home increased by a whopping 13%, setting a ten-year record. What does it mean for the local homeowners and real estate investors?
Moving into a new place is an exciting time in life. There must be a lot of questions going through your mind when you move. Will I get along with the neighbors? Will I be happy here?
DROP IN NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OFFSETS MOST RESIDENTIAL SPENDING GAINS AS GROWING NUMBER OF CONTRACTORS...
Association Officials Warn that Demand for Nonresidential Construction Will Slide Further without New Federal Relief Measures, Citing New Data Showing Most Contractors
WRMC is a top-notch HOA management leader that essays the role of providing boutique service to its communities that create the best outcomes. And yet, WRMC goes beyond what other HOA management companies offer, which is something that has floored Texas communities.
Transportation Chairman Rodriguez Introduces Bills Suspending Certain Parking Violations Given to New Yorkers And...
Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Introduced two bills aimed to help New Yorkers and essential workers during these challenging times. The first bill is in relation to suspending parking violations issued to essential workers during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. "No monetary liability shall be imposed upon essential workers for any parking violation issued from the effective date of the COVID-19 state disaster emergency through September 30, 2020.
Each state tries to generate revenue one way or another to fund the things residents expect from governing bodies like firefighters, cops, schools, and infrastructure. California's Prop 19 aims to change taxes, and it's targeting residential real estate
The 2020 event looked a little different due to COVID-19, but the Chicago Housing Authority and Operation Warm nevertheless partnered for the 13th consecutive year, distributing 7,500 new winter coats over four days last week to the children of pre-registered families living in public housing and who participate in the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program at Credit Union 1 Arena
The New York State Division of Consumer Protection (DCP), in partnership with the United States Consumer Product and Safety Commission (CPSC), advises New Yorkers to “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen” during Fire Prevention Month.