Property Owners Advised to Put Safety First and Utilize Assistance Program Opportunities The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today advised homeowners and landlords to put safety first when preparing for home heating needs this fall and winter. DEC reminded property owners to avoid connecting occupied buildings to wells producing natural gas because doing […]
For most people, the idea of saving more money each month is enough of a burden without having to think about investing in a home. A down payment, however, will require a lot more saving know-how and a lot more in liquid assets in order to be able to buy. If you’re trying to find […]
In Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Manhattan and Long Island, more than a dozen say insurance payouts got pocketed by a home improvement company that left their homes incomplete or even uninhabitable. Authorities are contemplating action.
By Gabriel Sandoval, THE CITY More than three years ago, a fire that started in a neighbor’s property ravaged Anne McNeill’s Brooklyn brownstone. She hoped the incinerated interior would be quickly repaired. She wanted to return to her three-story home, in the Stuyvesant Heights historic district on Macdonough Street. A month after the fire, McNeill […]