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Rising rents threaten to support inflation

[ad_1] Kaitlin Cindrich faces a monthly rent increase of $ 200 in August if she and her husband can renew the lease on their apartment in Provo, Utah. This 25% jump is not something she expected, and the 21-year-old fears she may have to skip doctor’s appointments for her autoimmune …

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Condo fatigue on the Upper West Side

[ad_1] Chris Giordano, president of the West 64th-67th Street Block Association, called him bait and switch. “Even if you eliminate the problem of shadows in your neighborhood and a skyline marked by a building that is too tall,” he said, “we still find that immoral. We want there to be …

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A garden at Ground Zero

[ad_1] My partner, Esther, likes to say that she bought our apartment in the financial district right after 9/11 with the idea that someone would come and operate the patio. When I moved in a few years later, I was ecstatic. “I’m going to make a garden,” I thought at …

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Basketball is nothing without a net

[ad_1] One of the most rewarding sounds in sports is the whistle of a basketball snapping the net to a perfect rustle. Remove the net, and all that’s left is the unsatisfying silence of a bullet pushing air molecules as it sails across the ledge. Did it even happen? Sometimes …

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What’s wrong with your tomatoes?

[ad_1] The next time… And that’s how our plant care checklist for growing a better tomato grows – starting with rotating the tomato bed, mulching, and constant watering. Also, don’t forget to regularly inspect the plants and remove infected parts. Then, at the end of the season, clean thoroughly. If …

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The family that buys together stays together

[ad_1] “You hear stories of kids fleeing the pandemic to be with their parents, and the opposite has happened to me,” said Jose Madrigal Jr. “And, honestly, it feels good.” Note: His parents are less likely than former tenants to complain about his stereo sound system. “I don’t think he …

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Why the New York subway has a water problem

[ad_1] Sarah Feinberg, acting head of the metro, said metro service had continued uninterrupted across most of the system despite challenges posed by flash floods. Even at stations where one entrance was submerged in water, other entrances were available and trains continued to run. “During the storm, we continued to …

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Are we in a real estate bubble in Maine?

[ad_1] July 4 – That’s the big question – will all this activity and rising house prices lead to a bubble burst? – but state economist Amanda Rector isn’t looking for one yet. “The current conditions are different from any real estate crisis before the Great Recession,” said Rector. “Mortgages …

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What won’t the Nelk Boys do?

[ad_1] SANTA ANA, Calif .– Lots of big YouTubers make money running ads on their videos. Not the Nelk Boys. Creators often and proudly state that they don’t make any income from the platform, despite their regular video downloads, high number of views, and millions of loyal subscribers. That their …

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Rexford Industrial announces $ 188.9 million in investment activities

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc. (the “Company” or “Rexford Industrial”) (NYSE: REXR), a real estate investment trust focused on creating value by investing and operating industrial properties located in Southern california infill, announced the acquisition of five industrial properties comprising 660,254 …

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Houses sold for approximately $ 600,000

[ad_1] Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York and the surrounding area focuses on homes selling around a certain price, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the market with …

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A capable start full of raw truths

[ad_1] Book Title:Mother mother ISBN-13:978-1472275882 Author:Annie macmanus Editor:Fires Indicative price:£ 16.99 The most immediately sympathetic thing about Mother Mother is that she doesn’t try to be who she isn’t. By that I mean it’s quite unpretentious. I read this novel directly after reading the last installment of Deborah Levy’s memoir …

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New York rents appear to be near bottom

[ad_1] And thousands of New Yorkers face losing their homes later this summer, when a statewide moratorium on evictions is expected to end. The pandemic has dramatically worsened the debt of low-income tenants who were already at risk of eviction. While a state program of around $ 2.4 billion in …

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New buildings attract tenants with free rent

[ad_1] Expecting to rent around 40 apartments a month – which is a standard rate for large projects in healthy markets – the Dime instead managed four leases a month when it started renting last summer, Mr. Charney. Although he declined to say whether the Dime would be profitable, Mr …

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New York’s most expensive homes sold in May

[ad_1] The limestone tower at 220 Central Park South, New York’s most expensive residential building and arguably the most profitable in the world, has had its first resale. A three bedroom area encompassing half of the 55th floor closed at the full asking price of $ 33 million, which is …

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AMC and the problem of the real value of stocks

[ad_1] New York could change the way America’s antitrust The New York State Legislature is still in for a week and competition law is on the agenda. State Senator Michael Gianaris told DealBook he was confident there would be measures to “21st Century Antitrust Law”, A law he sponsored that …

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Israel, JBS, Venus: your Wednesday night briefing

[ad_1] (Want to receive this newsletter in your inbox? Here is registration.) Good night. Here is the last one. 1. The leaders of the Israeli opposition have reached a coalition agreement to overthrow Benjamin Netanyahu. Under the deal, Netanyahu, the longest-serving prime minister in Israel’s history, would make way for …

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Houses sold for approximately $ 1,000,000

[ad_1] Every week, our investigation Recent residential sales in New York and the surrounding area focus on homes sold at a certain price point, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the market with …

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The Daily: Where’s Michael Barbaro?

[ad_1] You’ve probably noticed something different about The Daily over the past few weeks. There are new hosts. Several of them, in fact. Which give? Here’s the story: my wife and I had a baby, so for the next few months I won’t be working every day which will give …

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Biggest Profits Ever for Home Sellers

[ad_1] Homes sold in the first half of this year made their owners the highest level of profit on record, new CoreLogic data reveals. The real estate research firm’s latest Pain and Gain report found that the national median gain for people selling an existing home between January and March …

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Homes sold for around $ 1.5 million

[ad_1] Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding area focuses on homes sold at a certain price point, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the …

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After Media Detour, AT&T faces old problems

[ad_1] “It would have been an incredible merger,” said David Barden, senior research analyst at Bank of America. “It would have kind of perpetuated the AT&T heavyweight of growth through acquisition – not through organics – but it failed. Mr. Stephenson then looked at the attractive profit margins of media …

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The North Fork has its own market moment

[ad_1] Still, many came to love the area and decided to stay, often buying the properties they had rented after their lease ended, fueling record waves in the sales market. Between July and September 2020, after authorities lifted restrictions on home exhibitions, North Fork recorded 236 residential sales (mostly single-family …

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The Hamptons’ real estate sales boom continues

[ad_1] The influx of wealthy buyers who have purchased homes in the order of $ 1 million “is changing the complexion of the region,” added Ms Watson, including a profusion of demolitions, gut renovations and increased interest in land purchases. On the upside, revenue from a 2% conservation tax on …

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What $ 1.5 million buys you in California

[ad_1] San Diego | $ 1.495 million A 2005 Mediterranean style four bedroom, two and a half bath home on 0.1 acre lot This house sits in the Carmel Valley, which was primarily agricultural land until the late 1970s. Since then development has been rapid, thanks to the area’s proximity …

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Old buildings, new sights – The New York Times

[ad_1] As the New York City skyline is ever-changing, recent constructions and additions to the city’s historic buildings have revealed once-hidden, yet spectacular, views of the world. These views range from close-ups of architectural details that previously were only visible to a privileged few, to bird’s-eye views of towers and …

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