Monthly Archives: March 2021

Opoly Crowdfunding Real Estate Investment Platform Makes Homeownership Possible From $ 100

Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 7:17 a.m.Press release: Opoly Opoly.co.nz, a crowdfunding real estate investment platform, has opened its first property, at 4/338 Ponsonby Road, to investors and is looking to raise $ 1.1 million. The offer on Ponsonby’s central apartment ends April 28 and is intended to be the first …

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Condominium ownership and HOA ownership are different

Ryan poliakoff | Questions and answers on condominiums Dear Poliakoff, Is there an equivalent to section 718.110 (4), Fla. Stat. in chapter 720 [the HOA Act] that would require a 100% vote in favor of an amendment to restrictive covenants that significantly alters unit memberships (in this case allowing boat …

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The zoning debate offers two perspectives on ownership

June Girard | Guest columnist I was the first female chair of the McHenry County, Illinois Zoning Board of Appeals in 1977 and lived in Woodstock, Illinois. The prominent Richard Babcock, author of “The Zoning Game,” also lived in Woodstock and we shared conversations about planning and zoning. Richard argued …

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Court of Appeal hears lawsuit against Polaris Bank lawyer on July 5

The Abuja Court of Appeals has set Monday July 5 as the hearing date in a real estate ownership dispute filed against senior Nigerian (SAN) lawyer Jonathan Majiyagbe by Samuel Nwosu. When the hearing resumed on Monday, the three-member panel of the tribunal granted a request to replace the name …

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Non-NMD Woman Appeals to Court to Inherit Land Ownership from Deceased Husband | New

NELIDA B. Atalig, wife of former judge Pedro Manglona Atalig, asked the Superior Court to allow her to inherit half of the 300,509.3 square meters of land from her late husband. Represented by lawyer Joseph Horey, Nelida Atalig, a non-Northern Mariana person, applied to the court for an order for …

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Lewiston City Council opposes change in property tax law

Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:00 AM By Terry Duffy Editor-in-Chief At its working session on Monday, Lewiston City Council approved a resolution opposing §575-b, a proposed amendment to the New York State Property Tax Act §487 that, if approved, would dramatically change the way real estate is valued for wind …

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Women lag behind in homeownership, according to CoreLogic

A new CoreLogic Report on Women and Homeownership shows that men dominate real estate in Australia. Properties owned exclusively by people identified as women accounted for 26.2% of owners analyzed across the country, while sole male owners represented 29.9%. CoreLogic Financial and Insurance Director Milena Malev says low wages for …

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The gender pay gap creates a gender gap in land ownership

Kiwi women lag behind men in ownership, and the gender pay gap is one reason, new research shows. CoreLogic released new data to mark International Women’s Day on Monday, and it shows that properties owned only by female owners accounted for 17.4% of the 1.7 million properties analyzed. But the …

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