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Purchase College Moving Forward With $320M Senior Project

May 2018

WHITE PLAINS—Officials with Purchase College-State University of New York briefed officials with the Westchester County Local Development Corp. at its session on April 26 on plans to build a $320-million Senior Learning Community on a 40-acre tract on the campus. The Westchester LDC is performing due diligence on the college’s proposal to have the LDC…

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New York Becomes First State to Join Fair Housing Lawsuit Against HUD

May 2018

ALBANY—New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that New York will be joining a lawsuit against the federal government’s alleged failure to enforce the Fair Housing Act. The lawsuit seeks to force the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to enforce a rule requiring local and state governments to address segregated housing patterns…

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Rinaldi Discusses Planned Port Jervis Line Upgrades

May 2018

GOSHEN—Metro-North President Catherine Rinaldi spoke before a gathering of the Orange County Citizens Foundation on May 9th at the Harness Racing Museum here and detailed planned improvements to the Port Jervis Line and issues impacting West of Hudson rail service. Rinaldi updated attendees on the status of the West of Hudson Regional Transit Access Study,…

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Westchester County, Greenburgh Agree To Senior Project at WestHELP Site

May 2018

GREENBURGH—After reaching an agreement with the Town of Greenburgh, Westchester County Executive George Latimer announced on May 8th plans for the development of 74 units of affordable senior rental housing at the long vacant and controversial WestHELP site. The WestHELP site, a six-acre parcel located off Knollwood Road adjacent to the campus of Westchester Community…

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Purchase College Moving Forward With $320M Senior Project

May 2018

WHITE PLAINS—Officials with Purchase College-State University of New York briefed officials with the Westchester County Local Development Corp. at its session on April 26 on plans to build a $320-million Senior Learning Community on a 40-acre tract on the campus. The Westchester LDC is performing due diligence on the college’s proposal to have the LDC…

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New York Becomes First State to Join Fair Housing Lawsuit Against HUD

May 2018

ALBANY—New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that New York will be joining a lawsuit against the federal government’s alleged failure to enforce the Fair Housing Act. The lawsuit seeks to force the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to enforce a rule requiring local and state governments to address segregated housing patterns…

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Emi Cacace

May 2018

Education is in Her Blood Emilce Cacace grew up in a small town in Patagonia, Argentina, but even at a young age, she knew she was destined for bigger things. The little girl who was able to read and write at the age of four is now the owner of Portico Realty Group with offices…

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New York Becomes First State to Join Fair Housing Lawsuit Against HUD

May 2018

ALBANY—New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that New York will be joining a lawsuit against the federal government’s alleged failure to enforce the Fair Housing Act. The lawsuit seeks to force the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to enforce a rule requiring local and state governments to address segregated housing patterns…

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Barry Kramer

PRESIDENT'S CORNER: Efforts That Deserve a ‘WOW!’

May 2018

When I became president of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors in January one of my goals was to expand member participation and to personally express my gratitude to individuals who raise the bar in their commitment to association activities. One way that I’ve done this is by establishing a WOW! Award. The award recipient…

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Richard Haggerty

GATEWAY PERSPECTIVES: Constant Juggling

May 2018

For those of you who diligently read Real Estate In-Depth, as well as the weekly email updates we provide to all HGAR members, you know that there is a lot going on with the organization. I must confess that sometimes I feel that I’m constantly juggling meetings, appointments, phone calls, strategy sessions, e-mails, texts, and…

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Real Estate In-Depth

New Home Purchase Mortgage Applications Rose 7.5% in April

May 2018

WASHINGTON—Recently released mortgage finance activity data released by the Mortgage Bankers Association indicate mixed results during the month of April. The Mortgage Bankers Association Builder Applications Survey data for April 2018 released on May 10 showed mortgage applications for new home purchases increased 7.5% compared to April 2017. Compared to March 2018, applications decreased by…

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