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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

Home purchase sentiment slips despite positive economic outlook

The gap between those that considered it a good or bad time to buy narrowed 10 percentage points in February, the tightest spread since last April, Fannie Mae found. Source:…
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Advancing racial equity through manufactured housing

HUD must stop localities from excluding manufactured homes from their communities, writes Leslie McCullom Gooch, chief executive officer of the Manufactured Housing Institute. Source: Mortgage
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Shopping for Toilet Brushes

Because everyone needs one — and it doesn’t have to be ugly. Source: NYTIMES
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CFPB throws mortgage market another curveball

Some applaud the agency's recent delay of the mandatory compliance date for a new Qualified Mortgage standard. Others say it leads to more uncertainty for lenders, opens the door to…
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Noise Complaint: Construction is Ruining My Life

Renters may feel powerless to effect change in their buildings, but they have leverage — especially in the current market. Source: NYTIMES
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The Hottest Amenity From Developers? A Power Plant Made of Batteries.

Charged via rooftop solar panels, the cells form a network that provides a building with backup electricity and that utilities can tap during peak periods. Source: NYTIMES
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City home price growth beats suburbs for first time in COVID era

After the coronavirus spurred a great migration in search of literal greener pastures, homebuyers are returning to cities with the end of the pandemic in sight, according to Redfin. Source:…
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Mortgage pros prep for flattening hiring by creating dual roles

A cross-training strategy that hasn’t been widely used since the Great Recession is coming back into vogue among outsourcers. Source: Mortgage
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Ocwen wins out against CFPB in long-running servicing lawsuit — again

Federal Judge Kenneth Marra for a second time has granted the mortgage company summary judgement in the case brought by the Bureau in 2017. Source: Mortgage
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Jean Kennedy Smith’s Duplex Is Up for Sale

Ms. Smith, who died last June, was the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy. She moved into the apartment at 4 Sutton Place after serving as ambassador to…
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