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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Real Estate

The Origins of Hakafot Shniyot

Tel Aviv’s Florentin neighborhood is undergoing dramatic change. Named for David Florentin, a Greek Jew who had purchased the land in the late 1920s, the neighborhood suffered for many decades from urban decay and poverty. Its present turnaround is being fueled by younger residents and aspiring artists who have attracted

Intentionally or Unintentionally

As much as I enjoy trying to tie-in current events into my articles, I always find this time of year to be a big challenge for such feats. It would be nice to be able to provide some business insight with a good take-home message. Hopefully, it will inspire me (perhaps, others) to take advantage of the powerful days before us. If

Bergen County Announces 2019 Home Buyer Expo

(Courtesy of Bergen County Homebuyer Expo) Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced that the Bergen County Division of Community Development will be hosting the 2019 Homebuyer Expo! on Wednesday, October 23, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the conference center at Two Bergen County Plaza

Mother Nature Inspires ‘New Neutral’ Home Design Trends

(BPT) Many interior designers gravitate toward grays or whites as a starting point when building a home’s look and feel, but a new trend is emerging. Homeowners are getting back to basics and finding ways to bring the outdoors in by using neutral earth tones as their blank slate. These wood tones have become the “new neutral” for

Why You May Be Better Off Updating Your Dryer

(BPT) There’s nothing quite as comforting as pulling on your favorite hoodie when it’s fresh from the dryer. As much as you love luxuriating in that warmth and softness, you may not be aware just how much energy this beloved appliance burns through in a year. When it comes to energy savings in the laundry room, the dryer has

What to Think About Before Applying for a Loan

(StatePoint) Whether you’re applying for a new credit card, refinancing a loan or buying a house, lenders consider many factors when making their decision. One of those many factors is your credit score, which helps paint a picture of your credit usage and behaviors over time.

Take control of your

Home Weatherization 101: Tips for a Comfortable Home

(StatePoint) Do seasonal temperatures sometimes leave you frustrated with your home’s lack of insulation? Staying comfortable indoors is a top priority for most people, and luckily, it’s easy to ensure your home is an optimal temperature.

With a few quick tips and home defense strategies, you’ll be on your way to a more comfortable abode in just

Celebrating New and Continued Beginnings

Approved Funding Announces New and Continued Office Expansion

In case you haven’t realized yet with the expanded theme of this weeks publication, the New Year is approaching! Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish civil year and the coronation of G-D as The King of the universe. Rosh

AvalonBay Communities Celebrates Grand Opening Of Avalon Teaneck

(Courtesy of AvalonBay Communities) AvalonBay Communities, Inc., an NYSE-listed real estate investment trust (REIT) with multi-family apartment communities in high barrier-to-entry markets throughout the U.S., celebrated the official opening of its newest community in New Jersey, Avalon Teaneck.

Ten Acronyms Homebuyers Need to Know

(StatePoint) PMI, APR, LTV…these unfamiliar acronyms don’t need to bewilder or intimidate uninitiated homebuyers.

To help you negotiate the homebuying process like a pro, Freddie Mac is sharing definitions of 10 key acronyms you’ll encounter as you meet with lenders, make a down payment

The Lincoln Residence

(Courtesy of United Real Estate) In the heart of historic Jerusalem on Lincoln Street in the elegant Talbiyeh neighborhood in close proximity to world-famous hotels, such as the Waldorf-Astoria and the King David, a new building project is taking shape. This apartment building, constructed on a privately owned

Theodor Herzl: Returning to Our Roots

Theodor Herzl is recognized as the father of the state of Israel, which is why practically every city across the country has a Herzl Street. However, as he died over 40 years before the establishment of the state of Israel, Herzl’s philosophy did not frame the Jewish nation’s ethos.

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