Merabi Organization Group, Luxury Rental provides exclusive access to the vibrant lifestyle that makes its buildings one of the most desirable buildings where erected . From our community of luxury Office, Apartment, and Stores that offers tenants a vast array of luxury amenities that you are sure to enjoy, and thrive success.

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 .

Builder confidence in 55+ housing a good sign for overall home supply

Homebuilders are growing confident in 55+ communities, which could suggest more movement in the housing market at a time when homeowners continue aging in place. Source: Mortgage
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Federal regulators should speak with one voice on CRA: Fed’s Brainard

Federal Reserve Board Gov. Lael Brainard said public comments demonstrate a desire among stakeholders for reforms to be implemented consistently across the Fed, OCC and CRA. Source: Mortgage
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Just as the Trump administration appears focused on releasing a framework without Congress, the Senate Banking Committee has re-entered the policy fray with a new proposal. Source: Mortgage
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Sales of new homes rebounded in November to the strongest pace in eight months as lower prices helped to attract more buyers. Source: Mortgage
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Home sale profits hit 12-year high, but gains could fade in 2019

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Affordability remains a challenge for homebuyers, but barely any mortgage lenders attribute last year's sluggish home sales to insufficient consumer income or lack of loan products for new buyers, according…
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The Houston City Council has approved up to $400 million in contracts with six firms to build new housing and repair single-family homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Source: Mortgage
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Mortgage application activity decreased 3% from one week earlier as rates for conventional loans continued to move higher, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. Source: Mortgage
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Pending home sales declined in December for third month

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