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Merabi Organization Group

MERABI ORGANIZATION GROUP, LLC. (MOG) IS FAMILY OWNED. A PRIVATE OWNERS OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE IN THE U.S. WE HAVE GROWN FROM A SMALL PROPERTIES OWNER FIRM TO A LARGE REGIONAL REAL ESTATE ENTERPRISE, OWNING AND OPERATING BUILDINGS PRIMARILY IN THE NEW YORK CITY, NEW JERSEY AND LOS ANGELES REPRESENTING CLASS A LUXURY RENTAL OF OFFICE, RETAIL, RESIDENTIAL , AND HOSPITALITY PROPERTIES. AT MOG, THE EXPERTISE HOUSED UNDER ONE ROOF IS EXTRAORDINARY. WE ARE STAFFED TO BUILD EVEN THE MOST COMPLEX DEVELOPMENTS, WHETHER COMMERCIAL, OR RESIDENTIAL, QUICKLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH IN-HOUSE ARCHITECTURAL, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, ENGINEERING, LEGAL, MARKETING AND FINANCIAL DEPARTMENTS, AS WELL AS A NEW DEPARTMENT JUST FOR FORECASTING AND RESEARCH SINCE 2008

PREIT pares salaries, suspends dividends in deal with lenders

PREIT, which owns a number of large malls, is trimming the salaries of its CEO and chief financial officer while suspending dividend payments as part of a deal with its…
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How Hot Is Too Hot?

The human body can survive at surprisingly high temperatures, so long as you’re prepared to sweat. Source: NYTIMES
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Banks ready new tech tools to tackle debt collection

KeyBank, Regions and others are using self-service portals, robotic processing automation and virtual assistants to digitize the collections process and make it more humane in anticipation of rising delinquencies. Source:…
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Home Prices Are the Most Affordable They’ve Been Since 2016

With real estate white-hot and home prices continuing to skyrocket despite a worldwide pandemic, homes remain surprisingly affordable At first glance, it’s kind of odd, both that home prices continue…
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For Robots, It’s a Time to Shine (and Maybe Disinfect)

The pandemic has turned cleaning and other mundane building tasks into a challenge, stoking interest in machines as cost-effective solutions. Source: NYTIMES
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July was a hot month for Twin Cities homebuilders

After a floundering start to the summer home-buying season, record-low mortgage rates helped make July one of the best in several years for homebuilders in the Twin Cities metro. Source:…
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Coronavirus cuts Southern California housing permits to 8-year low

Southern California homebuilders slashed construction plans as coronavirus hammered the economy. Source: Mortgage
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The 5 biggest challenges of remote work according to lenders

The overnight shift to working from home created a number of practical quandaries for mortgage firms large and small, according to a recent survey conducted by Arizent. Source: Mortgage
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5 Things You Need to Upgrade Your Tiny Outdoor Space

It’s never been more important to make your balcony, terrace, or patch of cement cozy and hospitable. Here’s how. Source: NYTIMES
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Harris Faulkner, Working From Home in Shades of Blue

The Fox News anchor’s mother gave her some decorating advice: ‘Just make it beautiful.’ And she’s been trying. Source: NYTIMES
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