December is usually when people are looking to deck their own halls—not buy new ones. But buying a home in December and January can be a smart move.
With less competition from buyers, December through January are great months to buy.
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Can you believe it?
It’s autumn time, and that means that the holidays are coming! Are you ready to welcome visiting friends and family into your new home? It might seem like you have a lot to do, but relax; I’ve included a handy list of things to take care of before your guests start arriving!
I hope this list is helpful for you, and I hope you’ll give me a call if you need any additional information (about your home or about real estate in general)! I love to help and very much enjoy being your friend and real estate agent.
Have a wonderful day!
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Plug it in: Make sure that all of your appliances are in working order. The last thing you need with a house full of guests is a broken dishwasher or washing machine!
- Make space: Clean out the dressers and closets in the guest room(s) to ensure that your friends and family will feel comfortable and at home.
- Baby-proof: If your house isn’t already baby-proofed and if small children will be coming to stay or visit, take a little time to ensure that electrical outlets are safely covered, sharp edges are padded, and that valuable knick-knacks are out of harm’s way.
- Light your fire: Make sure that your fireplace and chimney are clean and in working order. Gathering around the fire with friends and family is a cozy way to spend time reminiscing and chatting.
- Knock knock: Take a walk through your home and inspect all doors and windows. If the doors, hinges or latches are sticky or squeaky, make any necessary repairs before your guests arrive.
Actor’s nightmare? Players Club hit with foreclosure action
New York’s storied Players Club may soon get the boot from its longtime Gramercy Park home.
The actors’ society is reportedly riddled with debt, owing more than $264,000 to the city in back taxes. As a result, the club was slapped with a foreclosure action on its 16 Gramercy Park South home last week, according to court records cited by DNAinfo.
“You are in danger of losing your home,” court papers said.
Despite the threat, Arthur Makar, the club’s new president, dismissed concerns.
“All I can tell you right now is we have a plan in place and it’s not going to happen,” he told DNAinfo, declining to disclose any of the plan’s details.
The city put a lien on the property after the financially-troubled institution failed to pay property taxes. The lien was then sold at auction last May to a trust now managed by servicing agent MTAG, attorney Thomas Malone, who filed the court papers, told DNAinfo.
According to MTAG’s website, the Players Club owes an additional $50,000 in interest and fees, in addition to its $264,000 debt. MTAG did not respond to DNAinfo’s request for comment. [DNAinfo] — Julie Strickland
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