In the Yazidi village of Tel Qasab, Iraq, delighted neighbors welcome Nofa Khudeda as she walks into the house she fled six years ago when ISIS invaded the region. Khudeda, wearing a beige print
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When renting a property, one of the main requirements that you will be asked for is a person who supports the operation. But if you don’t have one, what happens? The real estate portal Propiedades.com indicated what options there are if you do not have an endorsement.
The guarantee is a legal figure that acts as a guarantee in case the tenant cannot pay the rent agreed in the contract. Although this term can be confused
Currently, it is not impossible to rent a property if you do not have an endorsement between your family and acquaintances. Consider these options and you can find a home that suits your needs.
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When renting a property, one of the main requirements that you will be asked for is a person who supports the operation.
Denver’s primacy as a location for age-50-plus housing has been building for 20 years, when builders first began creating communities around that market. Now, as demographic changes and the virus emergency add more energy to the demand, you’ll find even wider choices of places to live and ways of purchasing, including these possibilities:
Urban Lifestyles: This year you’ll find four options close to Denver’s urban core and its popular Cherry Creek shopping district: Those include new-urban homes with main-floor masters or elevators in Lowry; and two popular enclaves built decades ago that have rare resales now.
New master-plans: Montaine in Castle Rock is a spectacular new setting for age-55-plus homes. You’ll also
Our nation’s housing market continues to be a bright spot in the economy, even as our country fights to regain its footing from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, many people may need help getting back on their feet, especially those with hardships brought on by this pandemic. That is why the Trump administration has taken unprecedented steps to support homeowners and renters who are struggling to make mortgage or rent payments.
However, what many homeowners and renters in need of assistance may not realize is that they must also take action — and take action now — to get help. The best outcomes for homeowners and renters can only be achieved if they seek help as early as possible.
At the Federal Housing Administration, we’ve put in place a moratorium on foreclosures for FHA single-family homeowners. We’ve also allowed homeowners to take up to a year of forbearance,
Q. I am a board member of a Chicago condominium association. Between Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s executive orders relating to COVID-19 restrictions and Chicago’s COVID-19 restrictions, it is dizzying to keep track. What advice do you have for condominium associations to stay updated?
A. The coronavirus pandemic is a moving target, and federal, state and local guidelines continue to evolve and are revised with some regularity. Unfortunately, that is the nature of this new virus.
Chicago is currently in phase four (out of five), but the restrictions within phase four have already been revised more than once. Effective Oct. 30, the governor has re-implemented certain restrictions for Chicago and many collar counties due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. Those restrictions include, but are not limited to: prohibiting indoor bar and restaurant service, closing outdoor dining at 11 p.m., prohibiting party buses and limiting meetings and social gatherings to 25
PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks have declined options for the 2021 season for right-handed pitchers Mike Leake, Hector Rondón and Junior Guerra.
Leake and Rondón become eligible for free agency, and Guerra for salary arbitration in February.
The 32-year-old Leake went 3-3 with a 4.35 ERA in 10 starts for the D-backs in 2019 after being traded from the Mariners. He opted out of the 2020 season because of concerns with the coronavirus.
His contract included an $18 million club option for 2021 with a $5 million buyout.
Rondón, 32, had a disappointing season in 2020, finishing with a 7.65 ERA in 23 appearances. The reliever gets a $500,000 buyout instead of next year’s $4 million salary.
Guerra, 35, pitched well in 2020 with a 3.04 ERA in 25 appearances. He receives a $100,000 buyout instead of a $3.5 million salary. The team faces a Dec. 2 deadline to offer
By John Smollen, Head of Exchange Traded Products and Strategic Relations, MIAX, and Jesse Stein, Managing Principal, Advanced Fundamentals LLC
Consider the value of a 15-story Class B office building with four elevators in the central part of any American city.
While its value may have always fluctuated, based on some tangible, measurable factors you could estimate closely its value in February 2020. Then came the pandemic.
All the tenants are now working successfully from home. You don’t know how many will renew their leases or what office space in general will be worth post-pandemic.
Now multiply that scenario tens of thousands of times across every class of commercial real estate and you begin to see the scope of the commercial real estate valuation problem.
While it is certainly true that the pandemic has ravaged many classes of assets, those investment sectors often have something previously unavailable
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There are more than 250,000 disabled residents in Bexar County older than 18, accounting for about 17 percent of the area’s eligible voters. Many of those have an ambulatory difficulty.
With the increase in safety regulations concerning the coronavirus pandemic and other changes in the process, accessibility is easier, advocates say.
Not everybody has it easier, though. Jane Paccione, who uses a wheelchair, found the second machine that takes in the ballot printed out after voting was too high. Read more about a variety of voting experiences, including curbside voting and voting by mail, in
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Press Release: Bayleys Realty Group
The industrial land and
building housing a leading Auckland fencing supplier has
been placed on the market for sale with a range of add-value
and redevelopment options.
The three-storey building
on a freehold site at 228-230 Marua Road, in the heart of
the Mount Wellington/Ellerslie industrial precinct, is fully
leased to pool fencing and balustrade specialists City
Fencing Limited – with additional rental from a cell phone
tower operated by New Zealand’s largest mobile phone
The Marua Road property generates holding
income of $100,712 plus GST per annum. City Fencing Limited
pays annual rent of $90,000 plus GST for its office,
showroom and workroom space on a lease running through to
2021, with a further six-month right of renewal.
Vodafone cellphone tower at the site generates income of
$10,712 plus GST per annum on