Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / News / Real Estate (page 28)

Real Estate

Flaum Management expands Rent-A-Centers

Flaum Management Co. Inc., a regional real estate company, has negotiated three new leases on behalf of Rent-A-Center across the state. Scott Burdett, vice president of marketing/brokerage services negotiated the deals, totaling more than11,955 square feet, on behalf of his ...

Read More »

Distressed housing falls in U.S.

In a sign the nation’s housing foreclosure crisis could be easing, the number of distressed dwellings that make up a “shadow inventory” has decreased across the country to fall 2008 levels, reports CoreLogic, a California-based real estate research firm. Short ...

Read More »

Mascia Development acquires Heritage Hall

Real estate investment firm Mascia Development LLC purchased the former Heritage Hall property in Canandaigua for more than $3 million.   The firm, based in New York City with an office in Rochester, is investing more than $2 million to ...

Read More »

Supportive housing funding gets boost from state

State and local supportive housing agencies faced with budget cuts and an ever increasing need for services received welcome news from the Supportive Housing Network of New York’s annual conference in New York City last week. New York State Homes ...

Read More »

Report looks at brownfield tax credits

New York state is issuing too much tax credit for the development of formerly contaminated brownfield sites in areas that aren’t located where the money is needed, according to a report released by the Albany-based environmental protection watchdog group Environmental ...

Read More »

Clarendon Stone Store on sale for $1

The Clarendon Town Board will sell the 1836 Stone Store property for $1 to the buyer who presents the best plan for redevelopment.  The Old Stone Store Preservation Committee and The Landmark Society of Western New York are marketing the ...

Read More »

Home sales contracts drop in U.S., up in Northeast

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A gauge of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes fell in April from nearly a two-year high in the previous month. The decline was the biggest in a year. Still, sales are well ahead of last ...

Read More »

US sales of new homes rose 3.3 percent in April

WASHINGTON — Americans bought more new homes last month, the latest evidence that the U.S. housing market could be starting to recover. New-home sales increased 3.3 percent in April from March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 343,000, the ...

Read More »

Housing achievement awards announced

The Rochester Housing Council announced the inaugural recipients of the Joseph C. Wilson Housing Achievement Award.   The award is named in honor of the Xerox founder, who was an original member of a community housing council created in response ...

Read More »