Tag Archives: single family

Vacation rentals turn our street into a shopping strip

We all know the definition of “House.” As the American Heritage Dictionary defines it, it is a place where one lives; a residence, a house or an apartment, a household. Here is the definition of “Commercial”: “Busy or engaged in commerce or work intended for commerce.” And “Business”: “A generally …

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Billings City Council approves Elks Lodge zoning to make way for apartments

BILLINGS — Billings City Council approved a rezoning of the Elks Lodge property at 394 Lewis Ave to make way for 200 possible new apartment and townhouse residences at its Monday night meeting. The eight-acre Elks Lodge property was changed from all commercial zoning to a mix of commercial and …

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League City Council refuses to support Clear Lake Apartments

The League City Council‘s vote against supporting a proposed apartment project effectively killed him. At the February 24 city council, JMZ Land Co. proposed to build Clear Lake apartments south of FM 518, west of Louisiana Avenue, east of St. Christopher Avenue, and north of Berm Street. The apartments would …

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2 new apartment complexes approved for Myrtle Beach; inhabitants concerned

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) — Hundreds of new apartments were approved by the Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board on Thursday, prompting some residents to voice concerns. The two projects approved Thursday would bring more than 500 new apartments combined to the city. A new complex will be built on Fred …

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Carson, Redondo and Torrance to launch legal fight over controversial housing bill – Daily Breeze

Senate Bill 9, the controversial housing development bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in September, will face a legal challenge from Carson, Redondo Beach and Torrance, officials said. The bill, signed into law Jan. 1, allows owners of single-family homes to split their lots into duplexes, with up to two …

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Developers Seek Approval for Small Cottage Development in Northwest Brainerd – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – A proposal for a supportive housing development with small cottages in Brainerd has broad support from the town’s Planning Commission as long as a few concerns are addressed. Vicky Kinney appeared before the Planning Commission on Wednesday January 19 to present her plan, which consists of three phases …

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Rapid City issues nearly $ 400 million in building permits in 2021 | Local

Rapid City ended 2021 with the highest building permit valuation on record with $ 398,581,999 out of 4,166 building permits. The top five permits issued in 2021 are all valued at more than $ 10 million, according to the city. Community Development Director Vicki Fisher previously said the city broke …

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Approved cabins on Walnut Ave.

After questions about the density, neighborhood impact and price of the proposed cabins, the Sonoma Valley Citizen’s Advisory Committee unanimously approved the design of five rental cabins on 0.32 acre land along off Walnut Avenue, near Maxwell Farms Regional Park. Each of the cabins will be 895 to 900 square …

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Campbell ousted from San Diego City Council chairman, replaced by Elo-Rivera

San Diego City Council on Monday ousted Jen Campbell as board chair, replacing her with board member Sean Elo-Rivera. Campbell was elected to the post by her peers in 2020. Board chair votes in odd years are traditionally routine re-elections of the incumbent, but five board members – Joe LaCava, …

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Renters continue to move out of Toronto for cheaper apartments in small towns

Average rental prices in Toronto have now been rising for seven straight months, starting in October – a significant trend given that they fell completely amid the COVID pandemic, shaking up markets both locally and in small businesses. cities across Ontario. And yet, while we have seen steady month-over-month price …

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Since Americans returned from WWII, inflation hasn’t run through the economy like it is now

Construction of residential single-family homes by KB Home is shown under construction in the community of Valley Center, California, United States, June 3, 2021. Mike Blake | Reuters Since Americans returned from World War II, inflation has not penetrated the US economy as it is now, and it may continue …

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Investors acquire record over 90,000 homes in third quarter

Eagle-eyed real estate investors betting on continued housing shortages in the United States set a third quarter record, as Redfin reports that investors accounted for a record 18.2% of US homes bought, compared to a revised rate of 16.1% in the second quarter of 2021 and 11.2% year-on-year. In total, …

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Apartment complex proposed next to Lac de Crève Coeur

Most of the land is vacant and has been reserved for industrial, commercial or agricultural uses ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A massive new apartment complex with nearly 800 apartments would be built next to Creve Coeur Lake in a plan being considered by the City of Maryland Heights. Developer …

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“What is the history of housing in Tillamook County? Chapter 5 – Townhouse – Tillamook County Pioneer

By the Tillamook County Housing Commission Outreach CommitteeMichele settled into one of two bright red resin Adirondack chairs on her lovely patio with fireplace outside her townhouse style condo nestled among the trees on a Manzanita gray fall afternoon . We started our conversation about townhouse living as an additional …

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Hostility to the real estate private equity push is wrong

20 November 2021 “VOUTSIDE ULTURESRead one of the many placards held up by young demonstrators at a recent rally in Dublin. The cause of their anger was skyrocketing rents in the Irish capital, pushed up as the fastest growing house prices in years made renting more attractive. The feeling is …

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Imperial Beach strives to bypass parking crisis

Secondary Accessory Unit on 16th Street, Imperial Beach As a small, overcrowded coastal town, Imperial Beach lacks both parking and affordable housing. Some fear that new state laws that make it easier to build apartments for grannies will make the situation worse. Families are already multiplying, said the mayor of …

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How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where …

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Flood insurance costs set to skyrocket for some

In 2019, FEMA said it would instead price flood insurance based on the particular risks each property faces, a change the agency called “Risk Rating 2.0.” After a delay by the Trump administration, the new system will go into effect next month for people purchasing flood insurance. For existing customers, …

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Kitsap County housing projects currently under development

Here is a list of residential housing projects Developing in Cities and Unincorporated Kitsap County: Poulsbo 720 units approved, under construction site or building construction 582 units in land use permit review Total: 1,302 new units Residential development – Building / construction in progress: 187 units Flat Crystal View – …

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Kalispell approves list of high density housing

Kalispell City Council approved two separate housing projects totaling more than 500 units, including single-family residences, townhouses and cottages, at its August 2 meeting. Located just west of the Kalispell Bypass near the Foys Lake Road interchange, the Mountain View development will be a high-density project consisting of 407 housing …

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city ​​moves towards easing restrictions on new apartments in business districts | Webster Kirkwood Times

On July 6, Webster Groves City Council reviewed code changes to allow multi-family housing in its business districts. The city defines multi-family housing as apartments, apartment hotels, storefront residences, townhouses, and condominiums. At its July 6 meeting, the council backed a plan to increase the allowable height of buildings from …

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Next Step: Consider Schools in Development Planning

What’s Next with Nicole is a bi-weekly opinion column. The opinions expressed are those of the author alone. This Sunday is the last day to give your opinion on “Planning the Lee Highway“, a multi-year planning process for the corridor which has now produced specific proposals for levels of development, …

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New York’s most expensive homes sold in May

The limestone tower at 220 Central Park South, New York’s most expensive residential building and arguably the most profitable in the world, has had its first resale. A three bedroom area encompassing half of the 55th floor closed at the full asking price of $ 33 million, which is 23% …

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Calabria: we need a new set of amendments to the PSPA

Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mark Calabria said the controversial changes made to Fannie Mae and Freddie MacThe end-January preferred stock purchase agreements should be just the start. “I said in January, when the FESP was signed, there must be another round of amendments. January is really a bridge,” he …

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Foreign cash buyer now considering mortgage, says UK finance guru

Islay Robinson, co-founder and CEO of London-based Enness Global Mortgages, is not one to shy away from tough situations. In fact, that’s exactly what he and his firm specialize in: solving complex, high-value mortgage scenarios. “We help high net worth and prominent individuals secure mortgage financing against international real estate …

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Zombie seizures increase 21% nationwide in Q2 2021

IRVINE, Calif., May 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ATTOM Data Solutions, custodian of the nation’s leading real estate database, today released its second quarter 2021 report on vacant properties and zombie foreclosures showing that 1.4 million (1,409,457 ) residential properties in United States are vacant this quarter, representing 1.4% of all …

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