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  • Real Estate Notebook: Former radio host's Manalapan home to be auctioned

    Real Estate Notebook: Former radio host's Manalapan home to be auctioned
    Fisher Auction Co. said it will handle the April 8 sale of the Manalapan mansion owned by former Delray Beach radio host Kenneth W. Brown. A bankruptcy judge ordered the sale. The minimum bid is $6.5 million. The 6,300-square-foot estate at 4020 S....
  • Funding In Place To Create Apartments In Vacant Building Near Capitol

    Funding In Place To Create Apartments In Vacant Building Near Capitol
    HARTFORD — Conversion of a long-vacant yet prominent building into apartments could begin in early summer in the Frog Hollow neighborhood now that a key piece of funding has fallen into place. The State Bond Commission has approved $7 million in...
  • Board not legally bound to negotiate sale of building

    Board not legally bound to negotiate sale of building
    Q: Our large condominium building is in a prime location, and the board of directors recently received an unsolicited offer from a developer to buy the entire building at a slight premium over market value. Is the board the appropriate party to...
  • Gasthaus owner sues over Tower Building rehab project

    Gasthaus owner sues over Tower Building rehab project
    Following through on concerns aired to the city in December and acting on behalf of his father, Marco Muscarello, attorney Charles Muscarello filed suit against the City of Elgin, Capstone Development Group, and the Stickling Foundation over the...
  • Mayo: Pine Crest grad who played hooky in Iraq in trouble in NYC

    Mayo: Pine Crest grad who played hooky in Iraq in trouble in NYC
    Remember Farris Hassan, the former Fort Lauderdale prep school student who made international headlines a decade ago when he skipped off to war-torn Iraq? The Pine Crest grad is in trouble again for something that might be riskier than venturing into...
  • Renters' negative reviews could be costly

    Renters' negative reviews could be costly
    An apartment complex near Disney has voided its renter lease agreement that called for tenants to pay $10,000 fines for posting negative reviews on social media. Complaints surfaced this week about Windermere Cay's lease provisions, which prohibited...
  • Rent payments can improve your credit score

    It's the great credit divide in American housing: If you buy a home and pay your mortgage on time regularly, your credit score typically benefits. If you rent an apartment and pay the landlord on time every month, you get no boost to your score —...
  • Ultra-rich living the dream in multiple homes

    Ultra-rich living the dream in multiple homes
    What do the world's richest people do with their money? For sure, they buy houses. Wealth-X, a consulting firm that studies the super-rich with the intensity of an entomologist tracking the emerald ash borer, says that ultra-high net worth individuals...
  • Airbnb and other short-term rentals worsen housing shortage, critics say

    Airbnb and other short-term rentals worsen housing shortage, critics say
    The last time he advertised one of his apartments, longtime Los Feliz landlord Andre LaFlamme got a request he'd never seen before. A man wanted to rent LaFlamme's 245-square-foot bachelor unit with hardwood floors for $875 a month, then list it himself...
  • 5 Savage Truths about renter's insurance

    Owning your own home used to be the American dream. But today, the aftermath of the mortgage crisis, the burden of student loans, and a mobile workforce have combined to encourage more people in their 20s and 30s to rent instead of buy. No matter what the...
  • Aldermen sign off on $56 million project

    Aldermen sign off on $56 million project
    Elmhurst City Council members this week approved a redevelopment agreement for a $56 million project that is to bring 192 rental apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail space to the north end of downtown. The project, referred to as North District,...