Foreclosures are at their lowest level in years, the New York State Department of Financial Services is creating a Foreclosure Relief Unit to help people facing foreclosure, and Freddie Mac announced a one-year forbearance policy for unemployed homeowners. There is ...Read More »
Estimates from the 2012 reassessment indicate property values are going up throughout the city, according to Assessor Thomas G. Huonker. The new assessments will be used to calculate the property owners’ city/school tax bill of July 2012 and the following ...Read More »
Rochester’s property warrant inspection law has survived a second challenge to its constitutionality. The Appellate Division, Fourth Department on Friday affirmed February 2010 decisions by Supreme Court Justice Thomas A. Stander that authorized the inspection of two city properties. “The ...Read More »
Bob Malone of Nothnagle Realtors was honored Monday by the Monroe County Legislature with a proclamation recognizing his achievement as Realtor of the Year. Malone received the Realtor of the Year distinction in October from the Greater Rochester Association of ...Read More »
ALBANY — The state can require companies to return polluted Superfund sites to pre-industrial conditions, the New York Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in a win for environmentalists. The court said the state Department of Environmental Conservation may require polluters ...
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Finding a new place to live is easier for consumers who can now browse apartments on their smart phones. Apartment Finder/ApartmentFinder.com has launched a free Android app to make looking through photos, maps and more information a better experience for ...Read More »
Housing prices aren’t evaporating everywhere. The average pied-a-terre in bustling Delhi, India, will now cost you 22 percent more than it did a year ago. That’s according to the just-released third quarter stats from UK-based Global Property Guide, which tracks ...
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The city of Rochester has begun mailing 2012 re-assessment letters to city property owners. The mailing will continue through the end of December. The re-assessment is an update to the assessments that were established during the 2008 re-assessment. The 2012 ...Read More »