Bell-Meyer brings with her over 10 years’ experience working with chambers of commerce and economic development initiatives.
“We are thrilled to be opening our first office in Columbia County and expanding our reach in the Hudson Valley,” said Liz Nunan, President and CEO of Houlihan Lawrence.
Apartment Towers at White Plains Train Station Acquired by Chicago-Based Firm for Reported Price of $195 Million
The property was originally developed at a reported cost of approximately $250 million and was one of the first new major multifamily projects to be built in White Plains in some time.
NAR expects to appeal the case to the court of appeals if the federal judge in Missouri does not grant NAR’s motions.
New York’s overall Index of Consumer Sentiment is 4.4 points above the national index of 69.7, despite a 1.6-point national increase.
The governor is proposing a new version of the 421a tax incentive in New York City to spur housing construction, as well as increased state funding for affordable housing projects.
Breaking News: NAR President Kasper Resigns Over Blackmail Threat; Sears Takes Over as Association President Immediately
Kasper stated in an announcement that she refused to compromise her position and in fact reported the threat to law enforcement. NAR President-elect Kevin Sears has stepped into the role of NAR President, effective immediately.
A confluence of economic headwinds that included high-interest rates, inflation, low for-sale inventory, as well as international conflicts and domestic political discord, took their collective toll on the residential real estate sales market.
DEP is a top taxpayer throughout the watershed region, paying taxes on the full-assessed value of land, structures, easements and most water supply infrastructure across 230,000 acres owned or controlled by New York City.
Central Harlem North Historic District, Edenwald Houses Nominated to the State and National Registers of Historic Places
A new historic district in Harlem, an industrial manufacturing complex in Poughkeepsie as well as the largest public housing complex in the Bronx are all candidates for recognition.
The Northeast, Midwest and West posted monthly gains in transactions while the South recorded a loss. All four U.S. regions registered year-over-year declines in transactions.
WASHINGTON—Existing-home sales grew in November, breaking a streak of five consecutive monthly declines, according to data released on Dec.