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- Photography startup that caters to real estate raises $230M June 19, 2019A French startup that offers on-demand photography to real estate firms around the world has raised $230 million in its latest round of funding. Formed in 2016 by CEO Thomas Rebaud, Meero manages a global marketplace of photographers available to clients looking for photos, video or virtual tours. The company previously raised $15 million in […]Kevin Rebong
- Entry-level homes sell fast in Fairfield, $1.2B in projects secure Westchester tax subsidies and more Westchester & Fairfield real estate news June 19, 2019Buyers are snapping up entry-level homes in Fairfield County Entry-level houses in Fairfield County are selling fast — though the definition of “entry-level” varies by town, the Daily Voice Plus reported. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England CEO Candace Adams told the outlet that entry-level houses throughout the county are “selling quickly with multiple offers,” but Scott […]Maya Rajamani
- Indian hotel startup to launch in NYC, LA with $300M US investment June 19, 2019The Indian startup company OYO Hotels & Homes plans to invest $300 million in the United States over the next few years, the company announced on Wednesday. The firm currently has more than 50 hotels across 10 states and 35 cities, including Miami, Dallas and Atlanta. Its new investment will introduce it to cities like […]Kevin Rebong
- The Airbnb crackdown continues: City accuses individuals, landlords of operating ring of illegal hotels June 19, 2019The city is suing a total of 13 people and firms for using Airbnb and other platforms to turn housing units in 36 Queens, Manhattan and Bronx buildings into illegal hotels, according to the Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement. Almost 60,000 guests were misled into booking rentals that they thought were safe and legal between […]Kevin Rebong
- CRE scorecard: Manhattan office leasing through March 2019 June 19, 2019OFFICE LEASING IN MANHATTAN Midtown office leasing continued to rise in April, totalling 1.85 million square feet, a 38 percent increase from the month before. The availability rate stayed flat at 10.7 percent, while the average asking rent hit an all-time high of $88.20, breaking a record set in 2008. The largest deal in Midtown […]Alexis Manrodt
- In nondisclosure states, Zestimate and hearsay are hurting home buyers and sellers June 19, 2019In states like California and New York, agents and prospective home buyers can easily find out if they are overpaying for a home by searching through public records to find out what the home next door sold for. But that luxury isn’t available everywhere, and in states like Texas where such disclosures are prohibited, it […]Gregory Prosser
- Photography startup that caters to real estate raises $230M June 19, 2019
- Employer survey projects 5% increase in health costs in 2020 June 20, 2019Employers expect to pay 5% more for health benefits next year, with increases in and chronic diseases driving up costs, according to an annual survey released by PricewaterhouseCoopers' Health... To view the full story, click the title link.Jonathan LaMantia
- Fortress considers sale of real estate lender CoreVest June 20, 2019is exploring strategic options including a sale of CoreVest, a lender to residential real estate investors, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Fortress, the investment firm owned by ,... To view the full story, click the title link.
- Push to legalize recreational marijuana fails June 20, 2019A push to legalize recreational marijuana in New York has failed after state leaders did not reach a consensus on several key details in the final days of the legislative session. Sen. Liz Krueger,... To view the full story, click the title link.
- Schumer calls for investigation into Tubman $20 bill delay June 20, 2019Sen. Charles Schumer wants to know why the Treasury Department is holding up plans to place Harriet Tubman's likeness on the $20 bill. The Democratic leader asked the Treasury's inspector general on... To view the full story, click the title link.Ryan Deffenbaugh
- Some clerks won't give licenses to those in US illegally June 20, 2019Some county clerks in New York say they will defy a new state law authorizing who are in the United States illegally. Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns says Wednesday he's going to federal court... To view the full story, click the title link.
- BQX would be 20 times greener than any bus could be June 20, 2019To the editor: The BQX streetcar would be far more "green" than any form of bus operation could ever possibly be ("Why a bus is no bargain," June 17). Ton for ton, a streetcar only requires 5% of... To view the full story, click the title link.
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