Judge Orders to Evict Long Island Man Who Did Not Pay Mortgage for 23 Years

Published by Breitbart | September 19, 2021 A Nassau County housing judge moved to evict a Long Island man that has not paid his mortgage in 23 years, citing that the man is not protected under pandemic housing protections because he is an illegal occupant. Judge William Hohauser ruled on September 14 that Guramrit Hanspal, 52, is not …

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Biden Administration Pushes Congress to Require Banks to Turn Account Info Over to IRS

Published by Breitbart | September 17, 2021 The Biden administration is pressuring lawmakers to enact a controversial plan requiring banks to turn over to the Internal Revenue Service detailed information about inflows and outflows of almost all American bank accounts. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig sent letters to lawmakers this week asking Congress …

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U.S. Short More Than 5M Houses, But Construction Can’t Match Demand

Published by Newsmax | September 14, 2021 With the shortage comes rising prices for new and existing homes—and at a record pace. The supply of U.S. homes for sale is reportedly near a record low as the gap between supply and demand widens. CNBC, citing new research from Realtor.com, reported Tuesday the nation is short …

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911

  Behold an historic photo. This is my sister-in-law Debra Robinson standing next to Air Force One in Sarasota, Florida at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time, September 11, 2001, twenty years ago. At the same time, the planes that would become weapons of terrorism were taking off in Boston, Newark and Washington, D.C. Air Force One …

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Most Expensive Home in America Defaults on $165M in Debt, Heads for Sale

Published by CNBC | September 8, 2021 The 105,000-square-foot Bel Air estate, known as “The One,” was placed into receivership and is expected to be relisted at a lower price. A Los Angeles mega mansion once expected to list for $500 million has gone into receivership after the owner defaulted on more than $165 million …

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Biden Releases Plan for 100K Affordable Housing Units in 3 Years

Published by Florida Realtors | September 1, 2021 A cross section of federal agencies tinkered with policies in an effort to boost affordable housing and the middle class, according to the White House. For example, homesteading buyers will have more exclusive time (30 days) to buy foreclosed homes under FHFA. The Biden Administration announced a …

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