Real Estate

The Continuum in Miami has a sanitizing butler for their beachfront ESPR Mudrooms are out. Instead the real estate world is giving a hearty welcome to disinfection rooms—the same physical space that mudrooms took up in a house, but now they’re being rebranded as a place for homeowners or their guests to take steps to
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U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to speak about the administration’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing plan in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, September 28, 2020. Carlos Barria | Reuters The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday it will not seek to enforce a subpoena for President Donald Trump‘s income tax returns until
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Will they be back? Barclays thinks not. At least not in their entirety. getty Is working from home here to stay? Barclays Capital thinks it is. In a special report published on September 22, Barclays equities analysts Ryan Preclaw in New York and Paul May in London wrote that working from home could reduce demand
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California’s ultra luxury market is hot in Southern California getty In April when COVID hit California’s real estate market hard, I reached out to San Francisco-based Compass California President Mark McLaughlin and CoreLogic’s CLGX Deputy Chief Economist Selma Hepp, Ph.D. for their expert insights. Once again, we discuss market fundaments, as we move into Fall
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Katie Farmer, incoming CEO of BNSF Railway, told CNBC on Friday that her industry has clearly been impacted economically by the coronavirus pandemic, but there’s optimism on the horizon. “We have seen the economy start to pick up relative to rail loadings,” Farmer told “Squawk Box.” While BNSF, owned by Warren Buffett-led Berkshire Hathaway, anticipates a rebound,
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New York can improve rent-stabilized housing policies to benefit tenants. Ariel Property Advisors The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (HSTPA) left landlords of rent-stabilized multifamily properties to wonder why they should invest further capital in their buildings. Prior to the HSTPA the formula was simple: owners could raise rents in order to
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Indoor gardening is one of the perks at Waterline Square NOE & ASSOCIATES/THE BOUNDARY “It wasn’t so intuitive that the indoor gardening and boxing gym belong in the same place,” said architect David Rockwell. “Or the half-pipe skatepark.” To hear New York architect David Rockwell describe his latest project—a 100,000-square foot amenity level in New
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Eric Trump speaks in Portsmouth, NH on Sept. 17, 2020. Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, makes a stop in Portsmouth during one stop on his ‘Make America Great Again!’ tour. Erin Clark | Boston Globe | Getty Images A lawyer for the New York attorney general’s office argued Wednesday that President Donald Trump‘s
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Two organizations are suing the CDC over an eviction moratorium. getty The National Apartment Association (NAA) announced today that it is taking legal action against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for its nationwide eviction moratorium, joining the New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) in its lawsuit challenging the legality of the federal agency’s action.
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