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Is Anyone Still Shopping for Clothes During the Coronavirus?
News 1 month ago
Is Anyone Still Shopping for Clothes During the Coronavirus?

IT WAS JUST five months ago that Adsum, a five-year-old Brooklyn clothing label, opened up a shop in the borough's bustling Williamsburg...

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One of my coworkers was diagnosed with coronavirus, but the office was not cleaned. Can I be fired for refusing to go in?
News 2 months ago
One of my coworkers was diagnosed with coronavirus, but the office was not cleaned. Can I be fired for refusing to go in?

One of my coworkers was diagnosed with the coronavirus; she is a medical assistant at our dermatology office. We believe she got it from another...

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Coronavirus pandemic raises concerns that some retailers will run out of cash
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus pandemic raises concerns that some retailers will run out of cash

Retailers are at risk of running out of cash if the coronavirus pandemic keeps stores shuttered for longer than expected and consumers, spooked by...

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Breaking the Year’s Condo Price Record, Aspen Penthouse Sells for More Than $11 Million
News 2 months ago
Breaking the Year’s Condo Price Record, Aspen Penthouse Sells for More Than $11 Million

A penthouse atop the Crandall Building condominium in downtown Aspen, Colorado, has changed hands for $11.234 million, making it the most expensive...

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Upstate Counties Urge New York City Residents to Stay in Primary Homes
News 2 months ago
Upstate Counties Urge New York City Residents to Stay in Primary Homes

The coronavirus outbreak has led three upstate counties to encourage New York City residents, many of whom have second homes in the area, to remain...

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Rents are Growing More Quickly in the South of Great Britain Than in the North
News 2 months ago
Rents are Growing More Quickly in the South of Great Britain Than in the North

Monthly rents have increased across Great Britain in the past 12 months, but they're growing fastest in the south, proving the country's north...

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Mortgage REITs Come Under Stress That Even the Fed Might Not Be Able to Ease
News 2 months ago
Mortgage REITs Come Under Stress That Even the Fed Might Not Be Able to Ease

Some publicly traded mortgage funds are showing signs of stress, demonstrating just how big the disruption to financial markets has been. We're...

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Businesses Can’t Pay Rent. That’s a Threat to the $3 Trillion Commercial Mortgage Market
News 2 months ago
Businesses Can’t Pay Rent. That’s a Threat to the $3 Trillion Commercial Mortgage Market

Shortly after James Wacht shut down his two gyms for children in Brooklyn last week, he sent letters to his landlords asking for rent relief. He...

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Coronavirus Crisis Reveals Retail Haves and Have-Nots
News 2 months ago
Coronavirus Crisis Reveals Retail Haves and Have-Nots

The coronavirus pandemic has led many retailers to close stores temporarily and millions of Americans to do nearly all their shopping online. It's...

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Federal Government Moves to Protect Apartment Owners, Tenants
News 2 months ago
Federal Government Moves to Protect Apartment Owners, Tenants

Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don't evict tenants, the Federal Housing...

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Fed Government Moves to Protect Apartment Owners, Tenants
News 2 months ago
Fed Government Moves to Protect Apartment Owners, Tenants

Financially strapped apartment landlords with government-backed mortgages can avoid foreclosure if they don't evict tenants, the Federal Housing...

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Fed’s Move May Not Be Enough to Stop Carnage in Mortgage Securities
News 2 months ago
Fed’s Move May Not Be Enough to Stop Carnage in Mortgage Securities

The Federal Reserve's expansion of its mortgage-backed security purchases came at a good time-right when it looked as if the market was starting to...

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Virtual Reality’s Role in Global Real Estate Market Expands Due to Coronavirus
News 2 months ago
Virtual Reality’s Role in Global Real Estate Market Expands Due to Coronavirus

As the global impact of the coronavirus expands, real estate agents are finding creative ways to continue connecting buyers and sellers. Guidelines...

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A High-Ceilinged, Hyde Park-Facing Apartment in London’s Tony Knightsbridge
News 2 months ago
A High-Ceilinged, Hyde Park-Facing Apartment in London’s Tony Knightsbridge

This elegant Wellington Court apartment has been updated to modern standards of comfort and convenience, while maintaining many charming 19th...

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Trust Your Gut When it Comes to Real Estate, Says Property Developer and Chairman of Aman Resorts
News 2 months ago
Trust Your Gut When it Comes to Real Estate, Says Property Developer and Chairman of Aman Resorts

Vladislav Doronin is an international investor and real estate developer focused on luxury residential, commercial and hospitality properties with...

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REIT Shares Have Plunged, but Insiders Bought Up These 4 Stocks
News 2 months ago
REIT Shares Have Plunged, but Insiders Bought Up These 4 Stocks

Real-estate investment trusts have seen shares dive as fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak have wreaked havoc on the market. REITs focused...

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Virtual Reality’s Role in Global Real Estate Market Expands Due to Coronavirus
News 2 months ago
Virtual Reality’s Role in Global Real Estate Market Expands Due to Coronavirus

As the global impact of the coronavirus expands, real estate agents are finding creative ways to continue connecting buyers and sellers. Guidelines...

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In Los Angeles, Small is a Big Trend for New Developments
News 2 months ago
In Los Angeles, Small is a Big Trend for New Developments

Although the Los Angeles condo market as a whole ended 2019 on a dramatic down note, the upper end, comprised of "boutique" developments with...

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Big-Spending Buyers Continued to Shop in South Florida Last Month
News 2 months ago
Big-Spending Buyers Continued to Shop in South Florida Last Month

Big-spending buyers are continuing to bolster the real estate market in South Florida, a region that's been drawing fierce interest from out-of...

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What Business is Essential? Many Companies Want to Join That List
News 2 months ago
What Business is Essential? Many Companies Want to Join That List

From steelmakers to arts-and-crafts retailers, dozens of companies across the U. S. are arguing that their operations are essential, raising...

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Why Millennials Should Think Twice (or More) About Buying a House
News 2 months ago
Why Millennials Should Think Twice (or More) About Buying a House

'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Virus Crisis. 'I Have Bills I Have to Pay.' Low-Wage Workers Face Brunt of Virus...

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U.S. Luxury Market’s Gains Made at End of 2019 Could Be Erased by Coronavirus Fallout
News 2 months ago
U.S. Luxury Market’s Gains Made at End of 2019 Could Be Erased by Coronavirus Fallout

The U. S. luxury residential market registered a solid fourth quarter in 2019, with million-dollar sales rising double digits. However, the...

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Down Market Doesn’t Damper San Francisco’s Slate of New Developments
News 2 months ago
Down Market Doesn’t Damper San Francisco’s Slate of New Developments

Although prices for condos in San Francisco remained flat during the fourth quarter of 2019 and sales volume declined significantly, according to a...

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What Can I Expect From Property Taxes in Nashville?
News 2 months ago
What Can I Expect From Property Taxes in Nashville?

Every week, Mansion Global poses a tax question to real estate tax attorneys. Here is this week's question. Q. I'm moving to Nashville, Tennessee....

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Williamsburg Loft with 270-Degree Views to List for $8.75M
News 2 months ago
Williamsburg Loft with 270-Degree Views to List for $8.75M

The apartment offers 270-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. One of the largest apartments in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood, offering...

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U.S. Luxury Market’s Gains Made at End of 2019 Could Be Erased by Coronavirus Fallout
News 2 months ago
U.S. Luxury Market’s Gains Made at End of 2019 Could Be Erased by Coronavirus Fallout

The U. S. luxury residential market registered a solid fourth quarter in 2019, with million-dollar sales rising double digits. However, the...

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Tracking Americas’ Retailers and Restaurants
News 2 months ago
Tracking Americas’ Retailers and Restaurants

Thousands of U. S. stores are closing in an unprecedented response to the coronavirus outbreak. Major clothing and mall retailers are shutting for...

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On Brand
News 2 months ago
On Brand

Luxury-branded residences are popping up all over the world, giving buyers a chance to combine hotel living with the comforts of home. The trend is...

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Green With Luxury
News 2 months ago
Green With Luxury

Located at the edge of Lake Tahoe, the first phase of Granite Place at Boulder Bay will include 18 homes. The community is part of the 5.6-acre...

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Apple’s Store Call Isn’t Fully Heard
News 2 months ago
Apple’s Store Call Isn’t Fully Heard

Inc. for finally sending the right message about the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. It is a message that Wall Street still doesn't seem...

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