Palm Springs needs more limits on short-term rentals

Last week’s Desert Sun editorial is correct, saying that allowing short-term vacation rentals in a city takes a lot of city work. Now is the time for Palm Springs City Council to start doing this work. While desert towns like Rancho Mirage, Cathedral City, La Quinta, and Palm Desert have …

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Duluth seeks new vacation rental rules

In general, councilor Zack Filipovich has said the vacation rental issue has been a bone of contention since 2020, when council rejected a proposal from the Duluth Planning Commission to lift the 60-unit limit on the number of homes in the community can be converted into rentals. for visitors. But …

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Former hotel converted into apartments for the homeless

BROCKTON – The streets of Brockton are expected to see a significant decrease in their homeless population thanks to the work of state and local authorities to secure a facility to house the homeless. Formerly known as the Rodeway Inn at 1005 Belmont St. in Brockton, this former hotel will …

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City balances demand for short-term rentals

In February 2020, the municipal council of Charlevoix approved the current ordinance regulating short-term rental. At the time, there was great concern about the number of rentals that would be allowed in residential areas. According to town planner Jonathan Scheel, it seems the city has struck an acceptable balance in …

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Getting around Chile by bus, bike or boat

Chile may seem like a small country, but the distance between Punta Arenas in the south and Arica in the north is about 5,000 km (3,100 miles). It’s roughly the same distance between New York and San Francisco. Traveling in this long, narrow country is almost always a question of …

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OMG, I want to rent this house: Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia (Vrbo): There was something about this summer that was particularly busy. First, there was the pressure to bounce back to a normal life; then we went through the pendulum swing of the next peak of COVID “is she okay or not?” Through it all, we have been forced …

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The 11 scariest movies on Netflix right now

You can get lost in all the horror movie options on big streamers, making it difficult to find really scary diamonds in the rough. And horror fans know it can get pretty tough. So instead of sifting through the Halloween haystack, we’ve found the best of the best to give …

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Signs indicate housing market may cool, economists say

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – The real estate boom that fueled a significant increase in house prices during the coronavirus pandemic may finally subside. Economists say there are several signs that the market may correct itself as the price of renting a house or apartment continues to climb. Financial experts are watching …

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New land grabbing tax to replace vacant site tax

A new land hoarding tax to replace the vacant site tax is the largest new housing measure announced in the budget. Overall, housing is receiving record funding of € 4 billion – a 21% increase from last year – to help the government meet its goal of eradicating homelessness from …

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Scottish landlords warn of winter shortage of rental accommodation

Scottish landlords warn of winter shortage of rental accommodation Posted October 11, 2021 Scotland’s largest membership organization for landlords and rental agents in the private rental sector (PRS) has warned of a shortage of properties available for rent during the winter, increasing pressure on emergency accommodation provided by advice. John …

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A holiday surprise in Mallorca!

October arrived and finally the temperature dropped below 30 degrees, I don’t remember we ever had such a long and hot September. The kids swam in the pool until last weekend and it was amazing. A lot of tourists are still there and I have had my share with the …

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Deep whip wounds on Duterte

There is a saying in Tagalog: “Hampas sa kalabaw, latay sa kabayo (Whip on the carabao, whip marks on the horse).” I remember this indigenous adage when much of the Filipino media seems unable to record a proper assessment of Maria Ressa’s achievement of the Nobel Peace Prize. Under normal …

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Modernized Street Food Carts into Affordable Semi-Luxury Apartments Concepts at New Indian Urban Exhibition | Lucknow News

LUCKNOW: From affordable apartments and a smart integrated circulation system to modernized street food carts, the New Urban India: Transforming Urban Landscape Conference-cum-Expo has witnessed innovative concepts that are eco-friendly, budget-conscious and ensuring optimal use of resources. Dozens of booths at the exhibition provided a glimpse of future improved living …

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Belize vacation home market boom

As an English-speaking nation with low property taxes and a major airlift, Belize has caught the attention of the new class of digital entrepreneurs looking for safe and easily accessible sanctuaries. MIAMI, October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Among the many changes resulting from the global pandemic is growing …

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Move-in properties are in demand at Expo 2020 Dubai

Photo used for illustrative purposes only. Inayat-ur-Rahman, Company editor The flagship Expo 2020 Dubai event started off with all its glory, and visitors began to pour in from all parts of the world. This has resulted in a higher demand for ready-made properties in the emirate. Reports from several property …

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New Bishop Arts Apartments Sold to Houston Investor

Photo courtesy of Crescent Communities Oak Cliff recently entered the commercial real estate business with the sale of the old apartments from Novel Bishop Arts. Based in Houston Barvin purchased the 302 unit apartment complex from developer Crescent Communities in July. Built in 2019, the development also includes 20,000 square …

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How SF’s latest video rental store outlasts Netflix

Miraculously surviving the rise of Netflix, the streaming age and now COVID-19, Video Wave of Noe Valley continues to operate from its 24th Street storefront. Led by Colin Hutton, who bought the business with his ex-partner in 2005, Video Wave of Noe Valley has the distinction of being the last …

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Where it’s even cheaper to buy than to rent

The number of areas where it is cheaper to pay a mortgage than to rent has plummeted in the past year, but there are still more, says CoreLogic. Home prices have skyrocketed across the country over the past 12 months, impacting the size of mortgage payments. To analyze what this …

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How to take care of your emotional well-being

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – October is Emotional Wellness Month, and depending on your constant daily demands, your emotional health can be negatively affected. This month is a great time to focus on and identify your biggest stressors. To help you out, our health expert Karen Owoc is here with …

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Advertising in Mallorca: Classifieds for October 2

CONTEMPORARY DESIGN WASHED OAK Dining / meeting table with matching sideboard / storage 1.8 meter. With 3 leather chairs and fabric bench, all in perfect condition. The new cost was € 15,000. Offers around € 2,500. Call 0033 607 9354041. BULGARIAN WOMAN looking for a job as a housekeeper, with …

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Catholic charities need rental housing to welcome refugees

Afghan men, women and children will relocate to Charlotte and Asheville with transitional assistance for the next few months. CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Soon Charlotte and Asheville will welcome a new group of evacuees from Afghanistan. This is all part of the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte refugee resettlement program that …

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Preparation for divestment: double market rent and penalty of up to Rs 15 lakh for AI employees who do not leave staff settlements in Delhi and Mumbai on time

NEW DELHI: Air India employees who stay too long in the airline’s settlements beyond the period allowed after the surrender in Delhi and Mumbai will be subject to penalties of Rs 10 and Rs 15 lakh, respectively, and will also be charged double the market rent for an unauthorized period …

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Two giant towers approved for the city of Derbyshire

Planners have cleared the start of a massive project in Chesterfield. Up to 34 apartments and a 133-room hotel will be built on land off Basil Close, close to the Donut roundabout and the multi-storey Saltergate car park. The plans, first submitted in May 2020, were given the green light …

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If you think property taxes are high now …

The Star Tribune recently headlined “Property Taxes Should Increase in St. Paul” (Metro coverage, September 28). The owners better prepare. They will bear a greater share of the city’s tax burden if the rent control measure drafted by tenants in the November ballot in St. Paul is approved. Much of …

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Hawaii real estate – GISuser.com

Owning a property in Hawaii is something very special and not cheap. These are some of the most expensive in the United States and you have to spend a lot of money. Hawaii with its many small and large islands is not only a wonderful place to vacation, many people …

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Vietnamese K-Pop fan becomes South Korean actress

Huong, a Vietnamese teacher living in South Korea, is currently attracting attention for her appearance with famous actress Honey Lee in “One the Woman”, a television series airing on September 17. In the series, Huong plays Trang, a Vietnamese maid living with a wealthy family named Hanju. Trang is fluent …

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VA Loans: Pros and Cons

If you are an eligible active-duty member of the military, a veteran, or a surviving spouse, you have the option of obtaining a VA home loan without a down payment. This type of loan may be the most beneficial financing option for a home purchase or refinance, but there are …

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4 workarounds to book your fall vacation rental with points

Even before the pandemic, home booking sites like Airbnb and Vrbo were becoming increasingly popular with travelers. The opportunity to have a homely experience, with a full kitchen, additional living space, and a local flavor, was more appealing than a standard hotel room for many. Arlyce Melheim of Stillwater, Minnesota, …

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