Month: May 2020

Summer rentals are topping $200,000 Getty A hot rental market defines The Hamptons this summer.  Traditionally Memorial Day weekend kicks-off of the oh so busy summer season. Typically, renters are settling in, making dinner reservations while filling their social calendars. Brokers are busy showing prospective buyers multi-million-dollar properties from Amagansett to Southampton. Like everywhere else life
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US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin shows US President Donald Trump a pre-paid debit card during a … [+] meeting with his cabinet on May 19, 2020 in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, DC. – The card will be issued by the Internal Revenue Service to distribute nearly 4 million dollars in
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Detroit’s newly-revitalized Woodward Ave. A one-mile stretch of Woodward became the first … [+] concrete-paved road in the country in 1909. Getty What do the protests engulfing the country have to do with public pensions? More than you’d think. Here’s some reporting coming out of Detroit, via the Detroit Free Press. “Following a script seemingly
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Los Angeles posted 15 percent listing price gains Getty Here’s some positive housing market news from realtor.com’ s Weekly Housing Trends Report for the week ending May 23. The numbers show more new listings than in previous weeks. That’s a sign of a market kicking into more of a recovery mode.   Here are some
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Join Ken as he discusses some emerging trends that could have a major impact on real estate. Be sure to click the bell to be notified as soon as I post the next video in the series. This is a link to the electronic whiteboard Ken is using in the video: https://amzn.to/2XsoZzP • Ken’s Social
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States across the U.S. continue to chart their own paths forward, trying to thread the needle between public health concerns and efforts to restart the economy amid mass unemployment. Another 2.1 million people filed jobless claims over the past week while continuing claims, or those who have been collecting for at least two weeks, reached 21.05 million,
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The housing market in Austin, Texas, is quickly rebounding from the effects of the coronavirus. Getty As mortgage applications, price appreciation and slowly growing new listings indicate that the national real estate industry is finally mending from the coronavirus, some housing markets are charting faster and stronger recoveries than others. The reasons why some cities
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Getty In last week’s article, we went over the wealth transfer from generation-to-generation and how proper estate planning can be crucial. That is why the generation of people with ages in the range of 70 to 90 is prime for taking advantage of proper estate planning techniques. Many of them were the first in their families
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Coronavirus covid-19 One Dollar Bill With Medical Face Mask George Washington Getty Tens of thousands of American businesses have collectively borrowed over $511 billion dollars under the Paycheck Protection Program. These loans are non-recourse, require no collateral and bear interest at only 1%. Below, we describe the 8 changes that the Bill would make. Better yet,
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TOPLINE The market fell sharply for most of Friday as investors braced for President Trump’s announcement regarding China, but despite new sanctions and penalties, stocks turned positive after the phase one trade deal was kept intact. Trump will make an announcement regarding U.S.-China relations on Friday. Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images KEY FACTS The Dow Jones Industrial
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The former Calabasas, California home of Kylie Jenner is on the market for $3.6 million. The house is located in the exclusive Oaks neighborhood, where her mother, Kris Jenner, and sisters, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, also owned properties.  In 2015, when she was 17, Jenner bought the house for $2.6 million. She sold it two years later
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