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Lawrence Starkman is an extremely hard-working real estate professional who does everything with great attention to detail and perfectionism. To learn more, Visit : http://www.slideshare.net/LawrenceStarkman/lawrence-starkman

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Bayou Estates St Amant Home Sales Ascension Parish

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Bayou Estates St Amant Home Sales Ascension Parish

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Lawrence Starkman has worked extensively with the Evanston YMCA, and previously served as an educator for the Central YMCA College. Read More.. http://www.slideshare.net/LawrenceStarkman/lawrence-starkman

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Lawrence Starkman currently manages over fifty properties in the Chicago area, and he has also been involved in over 150 real estate partnerships.

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Lawrence Starkman is a certified appraiser in the states of Illinois and Michigan, allowing him to extend his practice beyond his home city of Chicago. 

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Why You Should Be Getting More of Your Energy from Solar Power

Why You Should Be Getting More of Your Energy from Solar Power | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it
There are four key factors to understanding why you should act now and get more of your energy from solar power.

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John Bainer's curator insight, December 10, 2015 12:47 PM

Future still appears promising for solar.  Huge opportunities for investors looking to take advantage of more sustainable strategies.  One more year to take advantage of the 30 percent solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)!

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Global leading property developers and real estate marketing companies to participate in the show.- Pocket News Alert

Global leading property developers and real estate marketing companies to participate in the show.- Pocket News Alert | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it
IREX is the first of its kind International real estate show to be held in India. With participations of developers from countries like Australia, Singapore, Thailand, UK, USA, and UAE etc.The expo to present real estate investment opportunities for high net worth individuals who are looking to invest in high-end properties in India and outside. The first edition is scheduled from 4th to 6th December 2015 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

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Real Estate Licensed Sales Executive - Wyndham Vacation Ownership National Harbor, MD | Wyndham Careers

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Make incredible commissions and incredible memories, by joining the most elite Timeshare Team in the industry!!!!    Do you want to be paid based on your talent and performance?

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Average S.F. rent hits shocking new high: $3,458

Average S.F. rent hits shocking new high: $3,458 | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it

The astronomical rise in Bay Area rents shows no signs of abating. San Francisco landlords wanted a record average rent of $3,458 in the first quarter, up 1.9 percent from the fourth quarter and 13.2 percent from the first quarter of last year, according to a report from Real Answers. The report includes properties ranging from studios to three-bedroom townhomes in complexes with 50 units or more. 


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“Often times lately, because the market is so hot, a lot of units don’t even hit the market” before they get rented"

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Planning to buy Properties in Moolakadai Chennai? Search for Apartments and Flats, Plots and Land, Individual House, Row House, Villas for sale in Moolakadai Chennai On Roofandfloor.com

   


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Real Estate Guide Metrowest Massachusetts

Take a look at all of these terrific resources for buying and selling a home in numerous communities in and around the Metrowest Massachusetts area.

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Are you looking to purchase a home in the Metrowest Massachusetts area? There are a number of excellent towns in the Metrowest belt including Framingham, Hopkinton, Holliston, Westborough, Southborough, Ashland, Milford, Upton and a few others.


Each of these towns of course share some similarities but many of them are night and day different from one another! This guide does an awesome job breaking down the differences in some of these communities.


The guide can be found on Storify which if you have never seen before is an outstanding content marketing tool. The beauty of Storify is the fact it lets you take content from a bunch of sources and craft it together into one awesome resource.


This is exactly what Adrienne Hollis has done here with her Metrowest Mass real estate guide. Adrienne was kind enough to use a number of my resources as I sell real estate in all of these communities.


Take a look at the guide and see if this isn't something that would be helpful to those who are relocating into the area.

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@Lawrence Starkman thanks very much for sharing my Metrowest Massachusetts real estate guide!
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Hampton Village Estates Baton Rouge – What Happened and Is Happening in 2016? | Baton Rouge Real Estate Housing News

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Hampton Village Estates Baton Rouge – What Happened and Is Happening in 2016?

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Lakes At North Park Denham Springs Home Sales Update Third Filing

Lakes At North Park Denham Springs Home Sales Update Third Filing | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it
Lakes At North Park was fully developed in 2006 as "Crystal Lakes" by a Chicago IL Developer expecting to capitalize on post Hurricane Katrina high demand for homes. Builder's expectation was grossly out of line with what Denham Springs is - generally an "afforable homes" market where where buyers can buy a lot of home for a lower price. It's the same reason PCC Homes or Vicknair Homes and then DSLD Home flourished post Katrina and Crystal Lakes floundered. Initially, only 3 high quality, larger model homes were built and Crystal Lakes failed, was a total flop. In approximately late 2013 to early 2014, development was sold by a Louisiana Bank who had financed the project, name change to "The Lakes At North Park" took place and building of "afforable homes" commensed into 3 filings.   NOTE: In 11/2015, this is a healthy development with new home construction taking place. 

*****This market update covers the rear 3rd Filing and DR Horton, Inc. is the primary Builder of this specific filing.*****

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Lakes At North Park Denham Springs Home Sales Update Third Filing

I recently completed a new home purchase appraisal in The Lakes at North Park in Denham Springs, just north of North Park Recreation Center.  Home Sales Update by Bill Cobb Appraiser 225-293-1500

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Lawrence Starkman enjoys volunteering in his community, and received a Community Service Award from the Skokie Chabad in 2011. To learn more, Visit: https://vimeo.com/lawrencestarkman

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Lawrence Starkman is the former president of Windsor Management, Inc., where he worked in brokerage, property management, and property development. 

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Lawrence Starkman has spent his entire career working in the Chicago area, and is based out of Evanston, a suburb located just north of the city. 

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7 hot trends in the real estate market: Hotel, condo and vacation rental booms and more

7 hot trends in the real estate market: Hotel, condo and vacation rental booms and more | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it
Chinese investors continue to pour money into U.S. real estate, with California still a top destination. Hotels, condos and online real estate ventures also are booming.

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FileMaker helps Real Estate Investors Eliminate Paperwork | YouTube

Gaining financial approval from banks for real estate investing can be a tedious, and time consuming process.

FileMaker developer, Don Kenchel, Lefthand Thinking decided to streamline that process with a custom business solution!


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Why your rent will rise again this year

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The average U.S. rent has climbed 14 percent to $1,124 since 2010, according to commercial property tracker Reis Inc. That's four percentage points faster than inflation, and more than double the rise in U.S. home prices over the same period. "The only relief in sight is rents in the hottest markets are going to go up at a slower pace, but they're still going to go up," says Hessam Nadji, chief strategy officer at Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate services firm. About 32 percent of

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"The only relief in sight is rents in the hottest markets are going to go up at a slower pace, but they're still going to go up," says Marcus & Millichap

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ACTION ALERT: Oppose Campos' Housing Moratorium!

ACTION ALERT: Oppose Campos' Housing Moratorium! | Lawrence Starkman | Scoop.it

This past Tuesday, Supervisor Campos introduced a housing moratorium that would prohibit any market-rate housing development in the Mission District.  The moratorium would destroy housing affordability and the housing market, and the SF Business Times estimates this would immediately stop the creation of 1,100 housing units.

 

We must tell the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors to oppose the moratorium!  Two steps you can take today to stop the Mission Moratorium and call for rational housing policy:

 

1) Sign the SF Housing Action Coalition petition!  Pass it onto your friends, networks, and social media!

(http://www.sfhac.org/stop-the-mission-moratorium/)

 

2) Join the Twitter Rally today at 12noon to Stop the Mission Moratorium!  Follow SF Housing Action Coalition's twitter and be sure to retweet their posts at noon.  The hashtag is #NoHousingHalt to join the conversation! (https://twitter.com/sfhac)

 We need to act now if we want to build housing for all San Franciscans!


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Join the Twitter Rally today at 12noon to Stop the Mission Moratorium! 

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Lawrence Starkman, a lover of fine art, can often be found at museums and art exhibits during his time off.

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