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Staten Island Realtors Assist RUMC Pediatric Oncology Center

Representatives of the Staten Island Board of Realtors® (SIBOR) and the organization’s Young Professionals Network (YPN) recently met with Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC) staff members in the hospital’s Pediatric Oncology center to present a $12,000 donation. The money was raised from the proceeds of a SIBOR/YPN “Casino Night” fundraiser held in June on behalf of the children’s treatment center. Gathering, from left, are pediatrics resident Dr. Aishwarya Palorath; Richard Dun, YPN chairman; Scott Setaro, 2019-2020 SIBOR president; Sallyanne Malfi, director, Staten Island Multiple Listing Service; Maurice (Moe) Molcho, SIBOR director; Toniann Colucci, registered nurse, and Sandy Krueger, SIBOR CEO....

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SIBOR Lauds Outstanding Members, Community-Service Advocate

SIBOR Lauds Outstanding Members, Community-Service Advocate READ ABOUT IT: http://siborblog.com/2019/11/sibor-lauds-outstanding-members-community-service-advocate/Scott SetaroSandy Krueger Doreen Frazer Fred Shayewitz Celia Iervasi Bella Grossman Philip Guarnieri Kristin PalmeriPosted by Staten Island Board of Realtors on Friday, November 8, 2019 STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Real estate professionals and others making a positive mark in Richmond County were recently lauded by the Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR). The honor ceremony took place Oct. 24 during SIBOR’s Annual Membership Meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield. Fred Shayewitz holds the 2019 William (Bill) Coull Realtor Service Award he received moments earlier from SIBOR Past-President Doreen...

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Staten Island Home Prices Stable in October

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (NOVEMBER 2019) — In October, mortgage rates nationwide increased slightly from the three-year lows seen in September. While the Federal Reserve reduced the federal-funds target rate by .25 percent, this decline was widely expected and largely factored into mortgage rates already, which are still approximately 1 percent lower than this time last year. Fannie Mae is predicting that continued low rates, and possibly lower rates, are expected in 2020. STATEN ISLAND STATS According to the latest figures from the Staten Island Board of Realtors® (SIBOR), “New Listings” on the Island increased 0.3 percent to 609. Pending...

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Staten Island Realtors Assist RUMC Pediatric Oncology Center

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (November 2019) — Representatives of the Staten Island Board of Realtors® (SIBOR) and the organization’s Young Professionals Network (YPN) recently met with Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC) staff members in the hospital’s Pediatric Oncology center to present a $12,000 donation. The money was raised from the proceeds of a SIBOR/YPN “Casino Night” fundraiser held in June on behalf of the children’s treatment center. Gathering, from left, are pediatrics resident Dr. Aishwarya Palorath; Richard Dun, YPN chairman; Scott Setaro, 2019-2020 SIBOR president; Sallyanne Malfi, director, Staten Island Multiple Listing Service; Maurice (Moe) Molcho, SIBOR director; Toniann Colucci, registered...

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An Autumn Glance at the Housing Market

Every Hour in the U.S. Housing Market:  614 Homes Are Sold95 Homes Regain Positive EquityMedian Home Values Go Up $1.38 The information contained, and the opinions expressed in articles, videos, or infographics posted or shared by the Staten Island Board of Realtors® (SIBOR) are not intended to be construed as investment advice. SIBOR does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained herein. Nothing herein should be construed as investment advice. You should always conduct your own research and due diligence and obtain professional advice before making any investment decision. SIBOR will not...

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