NY State Land Title Association Raises Funds With Statewide Virtual Food Drive Producing Meals

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today announced it has raised $17,825 through its “Feeding Our Neighbors” fundraiser, a statewide virtual food drive. Continue Reading →

Southampton Organizations Partner To Help Children And Families During COVID

The tony (and tiny) historic Village of Southampton in the center of eastern Long Island’s famous “Hamptons” pivoted from a seasonal beach resort to a year-round home as a result of Covid-19. Continue Reading →

Southampton Inn’s Dede Gotthelf Named One Of Top 50 Women In Southampton Business

With a storied career in banking, real estate, and hospitality, Dede Gotthelf who lives in a Victorian Townhouse in Harlem and home in East Quogue as been named one of Long Island Business News’ Top Women in Business for 2020. Continue Reading →

Mariah Carey’s Elusive Harlem And Music History

Mariah Carey, born March 27, 1969, or 1970, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, entrepreneur, philanthropist, entertainer, and deep family roots in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

The New York State Land Title Association’s Gifted Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today announced its third consecutive year of participation in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program for residents from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Fair Housing Still Matters From Harlem To Hollywood

Let me begin by stating that the National Association of Real Estate Brokers’ (NAREB) founding mission, written nearly 73 years ago, was based upon the principles of fairness and equal opportunity. Continue Reading →


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