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Another DHD student housing venture headed to lender sale


With the foreclosure sale of the Monarch 716 apartment complex in Buffalo less than two weeks away, another student housing community developed by DHD Ventures’ partners Thomas Masaschi and Jason Teller was repossessed in February and is headed to market ...

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Fewer ‘underwater’ properties in Monroe County compared to U.S.

The vast majority of Rochester-area ZIP codes fared better than the national average when it comes to seriously “underwater” properties. The Year-End 2018 U.S. Home Equity & Underwater Report released this week by Attom Data Solutions revealed that 8.8 percent ...

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Robert Morgan denies brother’s claims in new filing in lawsuit

The Renaissance Apartments at 2500 East Ave. became part of the Morgan Communities real estate portfolio in September.

Robert Morgan says claims that he misappropriated funds within his real estate empire by hiding the proceeds from the sale of four apartment communities in Texas—accusations made by brother Herbert Morgan last summer—are “patently false.” Those mismanagement accusations were part of ...

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How to prepare your home or business for disasters

Neither Rochester, New York, nor Allentown, Pennsylvania are considered high-risk areas for disasters like hurricane, tornadoes or catastrophic flooding. But Jeremias Maneiro, a real estate broker based in Rochester, can remember heavy rains a couple of years ago that flooded ...

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Report: Howard Hanna tops Rochester real estate market

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has been ranked No. 1 in the Rochester market in REAL Trends’ 2017 Market Leaders Report, officials said. In 2016 the real estate firm had 10,849 closed transaction sides—more than four times the number of ...

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Housing market ‘steady Eddie’ in Rochester

The housing market in Rochester remains steady with increased sales of new homes, home building in demand, and low mortgage rates, officials said Thursday. But 2017 has presented some challenges to home building—mainly weather. “We’re status quo,” said Rick Herman, ...

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Lot Lines: Every property has a story

It‘s been said that every person has a story; however, stories are not just limited to people, as every property also has a story. It’s fascinating to examine the various types of property marketing packages brokerage companies produce. All packages ...

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A high-tech kitchen can be a valuable improvement

Property experts agree – the room for owners to upgrade when renovating that provides one of the highest returns on investment is the kitchen, and “smart technology” is the top trend when updating the traditional center of the home. According ...

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Want a tiny house? Businesses offer tryout first


Hilary and Shane Lentz were hooked on the idea of a tiny house, but they weren’t sure the reality would be so appealing. Their curiosity led them to the hills of New Hampshire, where a business that started at Harvard ...

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