New York, NY Condos – Condos for Sale in New York, NY

There are currently 18404 condos for sale in New York at a median listing price of $895K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in New York stay on the market for 237 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include Maplewood, South Orange, Flushing, Riverdale, Rego Park, Queens, Upper East Side, Middle Village, Floral Park, Upper West Side, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Astoria, Ozone Park, and Teaneck. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in New York every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 1170 homes have been sold in New York. In addition to houses in New York, there were also 28285 condos, 700 townhouses, and 4042 multi-family units for sale in New York last month. New York is a fairly walkable city

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Wichita Commercial Real Estate on KSCRE




Retail-Commercial For Lease

Wichita, KS 67226

1,600 – 5,200 SF

– 37,701 vehicles per day at the 29th and Rock Road intersection
– 124′ of North Rock Road frontage
– .22 miles from Highway K-96
– Charlie’s Car …



WEBB ROAD BUSINESS PARK

Industrial For Lease

Wichita, KS 67207

6,500 SF, $6.50 PSF (Annual)

Pre-engineered office/warehouse flex space with dock doors and great ceiling height.

Each space features and 8’ x 8’ dock door and 12’ x 14’ …



DEVELOPMENT LAND

Vacant Land For Sale

Wichita, KS 67205

36,606 SF, $288,000

Excellent development opportunity located at signalized intersection of Ridge and 29th Street.

Easy access to K-96 and other major arterials in …



Medical Offices FOR SALE

Office For Sale

Wichita, KS 67226

12,165 SF, $850,000 – 2,130,000

Like new medical office building with class A office finishes. Excellent highway access and visibility to K-96. The 7,200 s.f. fully occupied by Via …



N. Broadway Retail/Service With Outdoor Sales & Storage

Industrial For Sale

Wichita, KS 67219

4,450

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Israel approves first new settler homes since suspending annexation

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel approved more than 1,300 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday in the first such go-ahead since it suspended annexation plans in the territory.



a view of a city with tall buildings in the background: FILE PHOTO: A general view shows part of the Jewish settlement of Beit El in the forground near Ramallah in the Israeli-occupied West Bank


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FILE PHOTO: A general view shows part of the Jewish settlement of Beit El in the forground near Ramallah in the Israeli-occupied West Bank

The decision drew an angry response from Palestinians, who seek to establish a state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.

“We urge the international community to intervene immediately to stop this settlement madness, which destroys any chance for a genuine peace process,” said Nabil Abu Rudeineh, a spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

The construction could help mute criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from settler leaders, who are traditional allies.

They had bristled at the annexation suspension that helped pave the way for last month’s deals to forge diplomatic

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English councils told to set up hundreds of Covid-dedicated care homes

Hundreds of dedicated Covid-positive care homes are to be set up in an effort to keep patients discharged from hospitals from spreading the virus more widely, as happened in the first wave of the pandemic.



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The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has instructed councils to identify homes in their areas that could be used and to have them checked by inspectors to assure infection prevention controls are in place. As many as 500 facilities – sometimes known as “hot homes” – could be designated by the end of November, the equivalent of one or two in each council area.

But one leading care home boss said many in the sector had been “blindsided” by the demand and Care England, which represents the largest chains, said participation depended on the government providing more detail about funding, the safety of

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Infection Control Problems Persist in Nursing Homes During COVID


The new analysis draws on self-reported data from nursing homes collected by the federal government over four weeks from late August to late September. While some states fared much worse than others, all 50 states and the District of Columbia had one or more nursing homes that reported inadequate PPE supply, staff shortages, staff infections and resident cases. Forty-seven states reported at least one COVID-19 death among residents.

The analysis found that more than 28,000 residents tested positive for COVID-19 during the four-week reporting period, and more than 5,200 residents died, showing that the virus is still raging in nursing homes. More than 84,000 long-term care residents and staff have died since January, and more than 500,000 residents and staff have contracted the disease, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s tally, accounting for roughly 40 percent of the national death toll. Long-term care providers include assisted living, adult day care

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Is It Ever Too Late to Become a Real Estate Investor?

As a general rule, the earlier in life you invest, the more opportunity you’ll give yourself to grow wealth. That applies whether you’re buying stocks, bonds, or real estate. But if you’re wondering whether there’s a cutoff age for the latter, the good news is, there isn’t. You can actually invest in real estate at any stage of life. But your approach might differ if you’re older.

Investing in real estate at a later age

When we talk about investing in real estate, there are several avenues to take. You can:

All of these are feasible at any age, so let’s explore each one. And let’s also assume you’re older — old enough to be retired, in fact.

Buying an income property

Becoming a landlord can be a full-time job, but if you no longer have a job, you might have the time to buy an income property and oversee

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Metairie Commercial Real Estate on LACDB




Office For Lease

Metairie, LA 70002

1,700 – 2,601 SF, $18.50 – 19 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

BUILDING RECENTLY RENOVATED: Abundant parking, centrally located in Metairie, between Causeway and Clearview, Landlord will configure all spaces to …



North I-10 Service Road and Edenborn

Vacant Land For Lease

Metairie, LA 70003

41,040 SF, $3.50 PSF (Annual)

Hospitality, Office –

High visibility location at the corner of North I-10 Service Road and Edenborn (between Causeway and Clearview). Easy access to Causeway Bridge and …



White Water Creek Shopping Center

Shopping Center For Lease

Metairie, LA 70003

1,654 – 3,530 SF, $13 – 15 PSF (Annual)

Whitewater Creek Retail Center offers modern retail space in Metairie LA for lease on Veterans Blvd, near Lafreniere Park and David Drive.

*$2,500 …



3621 Ridgelake Drive–Metairie Office Space

Office For Lease

Metairie, LA 70002

1,017 SF, $16.50 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

Offices have been built out with upgraded finishes. Granite kitchens, ceramic tile and wood floors in many suites, hardware

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‘Climate change risk’ may be spurring home buyers to steer clear of coastal Florida markets, study says


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Fewer Americans are scooping up coastal real-estate these days — and the risk of rising sea levels appears to be driving the trend.

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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania studied the dynamics of coastal real-estate markets in Florida, where as many as one million homes are expected to be at risk of chronic flooding due to rising sea levels by the year 2100. Comparing homes in areas with more exposure to rising sea levels with those that are less at risk, the study found that today’s home buyers have far less interest in the more at-risk properties.

Before 2013, transaction volumes across these two sections of the market moved in tandem. But since then, they have diverged. The number of homes sold in the markets with the highest risk of “chronic inundation,” as some call it, fell between 16% and 20% from 2013 to

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Israel Approves First New Settler Homes Since Suspending Annexation | World News

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel approved more than 1,300 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday in the first such go-ahead since it suspended annexation plans in the territory.

The decision drew an angry response from Palestinians, who seek to establish a state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.

“We urge the international community to intervene immediately to stop this settlement madness, which destroys any chance for a genuine peace process,” said Nabil Abu Rudeineh, a spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

The construction could help mute criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from settler leaders, who are traditional allies.

They had bristled at the annexation suspension that helped pave the way for last month’s deals to forge diplomatic ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Israel’s West Bank Civil Administration planning committee gave final approval for building 1,313 housing units in several

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Couple says they faced discrimination in home appraisal because of wife’s race

This report is part of “Turning Point,” a groundbreaking series by ABC News examining the racial reckoning sweeping the United States and exploring whether it can lead to lasting reconciliation.



a person standing in front of a building: Abena and Alex Horton requested an appraisal of their Jacksonville, Florida, home.


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Abena and Alex Horton requested an appraisal of their Jacksonville, Florida, home.

Abena Horton and her husband, Alex Horton, recently did what many homeowners do every day: They requested an appraisal to refinance their Jacksonville, Florida, home.

On the day of the appointment, Abena Horton was there to greet the appraiser who would go over their family’s four-bedroom, four-bathroom ranch style home.

But when the Hortons got the appraisal back, they thought the price was shockingly low.

“It clicked in my mind almost immediately that I understand what the issue was here,” Abena Horton said.

Watch the full story on “Nightline” tonight at 12 a.m. ET on ABC

Abena Horton, an attorney, is Black. Her husband,

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