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The prospect of a contentious presidential race looms as the calendar flips to 2020. What’s more, the uncertainty of an election year often leads to a dip in the economy. Although most people I’ve spoken with feel good about the current dynamics of the financial system, there are already concerns about what lies ahead in…


As we start to shift our gazes toward the new beginnings that a new year and a new decade bring (yes, already!), we’re contemplating all things “fresh” at home. Maybe 2020 is the year you finally commit to the renovation you’ve been dreaming about for years … or at least get the ball rolling. We…


Fair Housing laws have applications towards holidays and holiday decorations. Best practices and compliance need to be solidly based on Fair Housing law and not on personal opinion. As a professional in the housing industry, you may be faced with holiday-related items that are simply viewed as potentially offensive and/or insensitive but that are not…


Retiree Cindy Larsen owns six rental units in Olympia that she says barely break even. Larsen moved to Washington from California in late 2017 with plans to invest in rental properties to supplement her income. She chose Olympia in part for its lack of regulations on rentals. But that could change soon. Larsen and other…


The lack of affordable housing has reached crisis level in the nation’s cities and suburbs. The squeeze has tightened across housing segments steadily for years. Between 2005 and 2017, the stock of single-family homes remained essentially flat, resulting in unattainable homeownership for many. Though expected wage increases and moderating home prices should offset some of…


UPDATED, Nov. 15, 2019, 3:10 p.m: A group of landlords has filed another lawsuit challenging New York’s new rent law, alleging that the measure is unconstitutional. The complaint — filed by a group of landlords including Dino, Dimos and Vasiliki Panagoulias — refers to the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 as a “regulatory…


You don’t wake up every morning with the intent or desire to fail. That’s just not how we, as humans, operate. And yet, I continue to see many real estate entrepreneurs struggling to build successful businesses while also creating lives they enjoy. It’s important to recognize that as a real estate salesperson, you are a…


Regardless of the age of the property, apartment life offers many advantages for individuals and for the greater community, especially for those seeking a greener, healthier and more responsible lifestyle. Living in an apartment leaves a smaller carbon footprint than single family homes. Why? How? Lower energy and water use, more efficient use of city…


It’s been more than three months since the Legislature passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act and Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed it into law. As the dust has settled, scenarios have begun to spring up, showing just how ill-conceived the law is when confronted by reality. I was at a wedding recently when a friend who is a…


Are you frustrated or bored with the present state and look of your home? Do you want to increase the value? Adding a home remodeling project is the fastest, most economical way to add value while creating space that you love. In addition to making it more beautiful, the renovation may also make it more…

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