Sunwing withdraws flights from Sudbury, North Bay, Sault Ste. Married

Sudbury – CTV News has learned that vacation airline Sunwing is refloating most of northern Ontario this winter. The airline cancels its flights to the sun from North Bay, Sudbury and Sault Ste. Married. Sunwing has canceled its scheduled departures Friday from Sudbury to Varadero, Cuba, and its Saturday flights …

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The 440-unit Build To Rent program in the United States has been announced …

The finance companies have announced the development of a new 440 unit Build To Rent program in Birmingham. Harrison Street, an alternative real estate asset company, is in a joint venture with investment consultancy firm Cortland, developing the project which will be known as Cortland Broad Street. It will consist …

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A section of the Mirage building and Next Gen shopping center up for auction

In a notice published in local dailies on Monday, November 22, Garam Investments announced that the auction was scheduled for December 14, 2021. The section of the property in question was described as the executive office complex on the top floor of tower two within the Mirage. The Mirage consists …

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San Rafael lifts partial ban on in-laws’ apartments

An updated ordinance on apartment approvals by law in San Rafael does not include a ban on hillside neighborhoods despite concerns about fire safety and emergency access. San Rafael City Council voted unanimously on Monday to approve rules for “accessory housing units” – also known as ADUs or apartments by …

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Big Sky Program Works to Increase Rental Availability | Montana News

By JULIANA SUKUT, Daily Column of Bozeman BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) – A program in the resort community of Big Sky that offers homeowners money to convert vacation rentals or seasonal homes into long-term homes for locals, which has converted 21 homes and housed 58 residents during his first three months. …

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Vacation in Style at Ambergris Cay, Turks and Caicos, by Travel Writers

By Candyce H. Stapen When asked to describe my vacation on a fantastic island, my answer always includes space. Not the moon and stars kind, but the kind that comes with deserted beaches, acres of scrub, an abundance of birds and critters that chirp and rustle in the leaves, plus …

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Tempe increases from 15 to 100 permanent affordable rental housing units

PHOENIX – Tempe officials are adding 15 apartments and houses to its list of permanently affordable rental housing for individuals and families in the area. The additional apartments and houses will bring the total number of affordable housing units in Tempe to 100, as the city hopes to ensure that …

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‘We had the Kardashians’ visit: unperturbed Nantucket ahead of President Biden’s island vacation

Discussions of the president’s visit were mostly limited to quick exchanges on the ferry lines (“I took the Hyannis boat yesterday with a bunch of security guys with trendy cuts. It looked like I was on the Hyannis boat yesterday. ‘they wore their clothes for the first time’) or gossip …

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Hostility to the real estate private equity push is wrong

20 November 2021 “VOUTSIDE ULTURESRead one of the many placards held up by young demonstrators at a recent rally in Dublin. The cause of their anger was skyrocketing rents in the Irish capital, pushed up as the fastest growing house prices in years made renting more attractive. The feeling is …

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Tourism returns with a trickle as Cayman prepares for border reopening

The Marriott Beach Resort has three overseas guests booked for the night of November 20. Just along Seven Mile Beach, the Westin has ten. Cayman’s two largest private villa and condo rental companies, which collectively represent more than 150 properties on the three islands, have six bookings between them. While …

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