North Hills real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 25

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Bellevue

Michael Sullivan sold property at 686 Means Ave. to Jonathan McMonigal for $146,500.

AbigailMadelinePaige Sciullo Seyler sold property at 167 N Jackson Ave. to Matthew Shepherd for $146,000.

Daniel Bintrim sold property at 85 S Euclid Ave. to Paul and Cailee St. Jean for $237,100.

Li Brothers LLC sold property at 91 Sheridan Ave. to Brandon Craig Lee for $157,500.

Marshall

Heurich Builders Inc. sold property at Unknown Address to MGB Capital LLC for $235,000.

Spang Road Development LLC sold property at 3014 Allman Pl to Kawaljit Goraya and Gulnaz Kaur for $1,092,978.

Carl Barrett trustee sold property at 40 Blueberry Ln to Audrey Gerginski and Maria Vaccaro for $205,000.

Paul Palicki sold property at 419 Fern Hollow Ln to Mark and Sarah Stepanian for $600,000.

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Tiny condos now the biggest losers in Toronto real estate market shakeup



a tall building: Smaller units appear to be weighing down the entire market in Toronto.


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Smaller units appear to be weighing down the entire market in Toronto.

For four months, Christopher Bibby anguished over how to sell a 435-square-foot condo in Toronto’s entertainment district. The unit, which was listed in March at $569,999, wasn’t visited once in its first two months on the market. There were no calls and no emails. “Those were dead months,” he said.

Bibby already thought he was giving buyers a bit of a break. He had sold a condo of the same size, with the same floor plan and in the same building for $580,000 in February. But that was before COVID-19 upended Toronto’s condo market.

After two months, Bibby trimmed the price even further to $529,999 and, coupled with loosening lockdown restrictions, that generated enough interest to do a showing every 10 days. Still, there were no offers.

It wasn’t until mid-June that Bibby

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Local Real Estate Investors Provide Alternative to Foreclosure

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Working with homeowners in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio, PGH Cash Buyers helps people who are looking to sell a home quickly or sell without a realtor. The company’s services are intended for sellers who are facing foreclosure and or a job loss/relocation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Paying cash for homes with a quick closing, PGH Cash Buyers enables sellers to not only get the funds they need, but sooner than they may through a traditional means of selling.

“We are always working toward a win-win situation,” said Kyleigh Haynes, CEO of PGH Cash Buyers. “If we can help you get cash for your home, for whatever reason, in a quick and easy process that positively affects your life, that’s our goal.”

In addition, the company closes on the date of the homeowner’s choice and covers all closing costs. Homes

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Development begins on first of 2,500 new homes in Nexton’s Midtown near Summerville | Real Estate

SUMMERVILLE — One of the Charleston region’s megadevelopments is moving into its next phase where 2,500 new homes will be built.

Nexton, on the edge of Summerville in Berkeley County, is now offering presales for the first homes that will be available early next year in the 1,000-acre Midtown part of the 5,000-acre development.

The new community in Nexton, which is between Interstate 26 and U.S. Highway 176, will feature single-family homes, townhomes and apartments as well as retail shops and restaurants.



Nexton Midtown

The next phase of the 5,000-acre Nexton megadevelopment in Berkeley County will be Midtown, shown here on the eastern side of the map near U.S. Highway 176. Midtown will have about 2,500 homes at full buildout while Nexton will have 7,000 residences altogether. Provided/Nexton




Nexton Midtown closeup

Midtown is the next phase of development now ready to begin selling homes in the 5,000-acre Nexton community in Berkeley County. At full

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Your Daily Digest for Real Estate Investing, 10/23/2020

Gap closing hundreds of stores, hotels into apartments, reeling REITs, Party City not investing in Halloween so much, and a look at a millionaire-making REIT.

In Today’s News

Gap Inc. Closing 350 Stores in Transition From Malls to E-Commerce

More bad news for the beleaguered brick-and-mortar crowd as Gap (NYSE: GPS) announces plans to close 350 Gap and Banana Republic stores, including about 225 in the next year.

Why it matters: Wall Street loved the news, driving up the company’s stock, but retail REITs, and those who own them, may not feel the same about the coming gap in those portfolios if these stores are currently their tenants.

Turning Guests Into Tenants, Hotels Into Apartments

The hotel business is in a world of hurt. Could some of these depressed properties get new life as apartments? It’s happening already.

Why it matters: This GlobeSt.com piece focuses on the Los Angeles market,

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As COVID fuels coastal real estate boom, Houston home buyers bolt for Galveston



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Colorado’s real estate market hasn’t just recovered, it has surpassed 2019’s performance

The real estate market has seen many ups and downs throughout this year. Restrictions due to social distancing made a major impact on how people buy and sell homes, resulting in a decrease in activity during the spring. However, that dip did not last long. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty (LIV SIR) is pleased to report that the housing market has not only bounced back, but it has exceeded last year’s performance.

Each quarter, LIV SIR reports on Colorado’s real estate activity in 10 key markets throughout the state, including Denver Metro, West Metro, South Metro, the Foothills, Colorado Springs, Summit County, the Vail Valley, Boulder, Crested Butte, and Telluride. By looking at key performance indicators such as the number of listings sold, average price, and the days on market, consumers can gain a better understanding of the overall health of the market and therefore make more informed financial and real

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Real Estate’s Alex Bleeker Shares New Song + Video

Real Estate's Alex Bleeker Shares New Song + Video

Today, Real Estate member and songwriter Alex Bleeker shares a song + video from a newly announced solo album Heaven on the Faultline. It’s been five years since the release of his critically acclaimed album Country Agenda in which Bleeker showed off his propensity for Grateful Dead-leaning country-rock.

He returns now having shed “the Freaks” moniker with new a new track called “D Plus.” It’s a rollicking guitar pop song that emphasizes Bleeker’s homespun roots with nods to psychedelic heroes Neil Young and Popul Vuh.

The track premiered on BrooklynVegan who calls the song, “breezy and calming.” In addition to the new song, we get a glimpse of Bleeker in a zany, green-screened music video directed by fellow Real Estate member Julian Lynch.

“D Plus” was written on January 20, 2017 – the day of Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration. That dark day served as an inspirational backdrop for Bleeker as

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LEADING PRIME REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER GROUP SELECTS KRONOS TO PROVIDE AIR PURIFICATION SOLUTIONS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles, CA, Oct. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — KRONOS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES, INC., (OTC MARKETS: KNOS) (“KNOS” or the “Company”), a revenue-generating, product development and production company that has significantly changed the way air is moved, filtered and sterilized today announced the Company was selected by FMB Development Group – one of Southern California’s most dynamic and community-oriented developers of luxury residential real estate to provide  air purification units for all their real estate projects in California.  FMB Group’s initial purchase was designed to prepare to provide air purification to all of its residential units.

“We’re pleased to be chosen by FMB Development to test purchase our air purifiers and in the future provide every home, apartment office being built by them so that families and the community can live in safer environments,” said Michael Rubinov, Kronos President and BDO.

“The decision to partner with Kronos was made in order

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Mineral Rights in Real Estate: What They Are and How They Work

Love the idea of making money off land you didn’t have to do anything to? Then investing in mineral rights may be a great fit for your next real estate venture. Investing in mineral rights has the potential to provide big returns. but its complex nature creates barriers to entry. The jargon, regulations, classifications, and negotiations are completely different from a standard real estate transaction.

This article will give you fundamental knowledge pertaining to how an investor can make money in mineral rights while leaving the intricacies to the experts you’ll invariably hire to assist you in this process.

What are mineral rights?

Mineral rights are legal rights or ownership to the minerals below the surface of real estate, which can include coal, oil, natural gas, metals, and more (air rights and water rights are not generally included in mineral rights). Depending on where you are in the world, the

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