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Five Unique Hamptons Abodes On Display During East Hampton Historical Society's Annual House & Garden Tour

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "The House & Garden Tour is one of our most important fund-raisers," said the event chairman Joseph Aversano. "This year's tour is a visual feast of stylish houses. So, while you're breathing in the sea air and enjoying the varied terrains and architectural styles, your dollars will support the East Hampton Historical Society's museums and programs," he said.

Hamptons Zip Code Deemed Second Most Expensive Zip Code In The U.S.

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "The most important distinction between this year's ranking and 2018's from the perspective of the Hamptons is that fewer Hamptons zips made it into the top," Eliza Theiss shared.

"Bark And Branches" To Close Out LongHouse's Guided Tours With Horticulturist Holger Winenga

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "These garden walks are part of 'The Seven Seasons of LongHouse' and will focus on seasonal interests year around in the garden," Winenga explained.

The Listing Agreement: What Is It And Why Should It Be In Writing?

by John A. Viteritti
Top Stories - A word of advice: A Listing Agreement is a legally binding contract and should be entered into only with the advice of counsel.

Holiday Gift Guide: Financial Gifts With A Lasting Impact

by Rocco A. Carriero
Top Stories - For those disillusioned with giving gifts that are quickly used up or forgotten the moment the wrapping paper comes off, consider a financial gift designed to make an impact.

Brown Harris Stevens' Andrea L. Ackerman On The Transition To A Buyers' Market, What Sets Hamptons Real Estate Apart, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "There are some of the most beautiful estates out here, as well as the most unique summer colonies; there is something for everyone," Ackerman said about the Hamptons.

Some Fallout Among Landlords And Real Estate Practitioners Over The New Rent Law

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - The issue of greatest concern to landlords and real estate practitioners on the East End of Long Island has to do with the issue of Security Deposits for short-term or seasonal rentals.

The Inverted Yield Curve - What Does It Mean to Me?

by Rocco A. Carriero
Dollars and Sense - Investors who follow the markets have seen headlines in recent weeks about something called the "inverted yield curve." When it occurs, it's generally regarded as a warning sign for the economy and markets.

The Town Of Southold Plans For Affordable Housing

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - "As I see it, one frustration was the result of a lack of options because of infrastructure (sewers, etc.) and a lack of affordable grant opportunities from federal or state sources," Town Supervisor Scott Russell said.

INTERVIEW: LongHouse Reserve Landscape Awards Honoree Lynden Miller On Adding Greenery To NYC, Beautifying Public Gardens, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Home And Garden - "I really felt strongly about trying to make New York more beautiful," Miller told us.

Dreaming Of Retiring Early? Here's Your Playbook

by Rocco A. Carriero
Dollars and Sense - Currently trending in the media is the concept of an incredibly early retirement, called the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement.

Nine Reasons To Remodel Your Home

by Chris Hall
Top Stories - Home upgrades and remodeling can be a fun, creative, cost efficient to add functionality and beauty to your existing home.

Real Estate Brokers' Fiduciary Responsibilities To Clients Include Confidentiality - What Does That Mean?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - I think the best way to approach this topic is anecdotally rather than theoretically.

Two Amagansett Lanes Properties Account For Top Sales Of Hamptons Hamlet

by Nicole Barylski
Real Estate News - The buyers "are willing to pay top dollar for a smaller house and less land as compared to, say, Bridgehampton to be in this beach community," according to Michael Frank.

When Selling A Property, What's The Difference Between An Offer And An Accepted Offer, And What's The Broker's Responsibility To Cooperate?

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - Buyers and Sellers have certain misconceptions when selling and buying a home.

"You Can't Fight City Hall!" You Can Try, But You May Not Win!

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - What this article will address are issues of land use, specifically in the Hamptons.

How To Design Beautiful Open Living Through Home Renovation

by Chris Hall
Home And Garden - An impressive living room, perhaps enclosed in glass with a view that sails across landscaped greenery or the blue seascape could be mesmerizing.

2019 Hampton Designer Showhouse To Highlight The Work Of Over 20 Interior Designers

by Ryan Lappe
Real Estate News - "After 19 years, Hampton Designer Showhouse has become one of the most exciting events for the summer season. People look forward to it every year," stated Tony Manning.

The 2019 New York State Rental Law And How It Affects Landlords And Tenants

by John A. Viteritti
Land and Law - While a significant portion of the new laws affect only municipalities that have adopted rent regulation laws - the five boroughs of New York City, Nassau, Westchester, and Rockland Counties - all municipalities, including Suffolk County, are affected by significant changes.

Friends Of The John Jermain Library Hosting Annual Sag Harbor House Tour

by Ryan Lappe
Real Estate News - "The Sag Harbor House Tour is the primary fundraiser of The Friends of the John Jermain Library -- a volunteer organization whose efforts raise money to underwrite some of the many wonderful community programs provided at the Library and other projects as determined by the Library Director," stated Toby Spitz.

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