Monthly Archives: June 2021

Five stunning historic homes for sale on North Fork and Shelter Island

The Shelter Island estate known as Kemah has a rich, centuries-old history. (Photo credit: Saunders and Associates Real Estate) Wondering what your budget can bring you in the hot North Fork real estate market? We’re here to help, home buyers. In our bi-weekly column, we spotlight homes for sale in …

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Combined residential and industrial property sells for $ 2.9 million – Longmont Times-Call

A real estate investment group managed by Waypoint Asset Management LLC has purchased a residential and industrial real estate complex at 533 E. County Road 8 in Berthoud. Landowners Mark Sommers Trust Agreement and Jeannine Sommers Trust Agreement, who bought the property in 2008, sold it on June 10 for …

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Unethical practices of agrifood companies

American farmers are dying by suicide, eco-anxiety is on the rise, and agribusiness is at the center of this growing mental health crisis. For generations, and with great pride, family farmers have tended the same land as their great-great-grandparents, producing healthy food and caring for the environment by being good …

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Another official at The Villages worries about ruptured water pipes

Another official from The Villages has raised concerns about the number of water pipe ruptures occurring in The Villages. “It seems like there are a lot of them,” Supervisor Don Deakin said at the Community Development District 4 supervisory board meeting on Friday. He pointed to a water leak last …

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Columbus Realtors CEO Geha leaves the organization

John Geha stepped down as CEO of Columbus Realtors after 18 months on the job. No reason was given for the departure, according to a statement from the trade organization, which represents 9,100 members of central Ohio. According to the statement, the organization and Geha “agreed to go their separate …

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The new Forney community will bring hundreds of homes

A new community en route to Forney will bring hundreds of new homes. Houston-based developer Hines purchased the 600+ acre High Point Ranch property on US Highway 80. The large residential project will be developed in nine phases from the end of this year and the beginning of 2022, according …

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More than real estate: local businesses are entering the market

As the region’s economy continues to climb, new business opportunities are emerging, including several established companies now in the market. The teleprinter explore …. Interested in cleaning up? Do it with a historic Traverse City company. The Eastfield Commercial Laundry and Laundromat is for sale for $ 1,999,999. The retiring …

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DHI Residential announces new homes for rent in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Individuals and families looking for space, peace of mind and convenience at an attractive price will find what they are looking for at Harrison Trace by DHI Residential, a DR Horton company. This new community recently opened as the first single family community …

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Those for real estate: Cruises among the ways real estate agents convince sellers to accept offers

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The North Texas real estate market continues to be very tight and competitive when it comes to convincing sellers to sell and win deals. Todd Tramonte is a DFW real estate agent who says he has resorted to offering cruise vacations to sellers in order to …

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3 highest-priced neighborhoods boost the housing market

The real estate market in the Phoenix metro area is booming right now, but the more expensive neighborhoods even outperform the rest of the market. • In May, the median listing price for a home in the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale market was $ 450,000, a 17.1% year-over-year increase. • In April, home …

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