0 Real Estate A study looking at home sales from March 13 to Sept. 7 identified Newport Beach as one of the 125 priciest. Ashley Ludwig , Patch Staff Posted Reply NEWPORT BEACH, CA — The most expensive American ZIP codes during the coronavirus pandemic includes the 92657 and 92661 ZIP codes of Newport Coast and Newport Beach. Property Club, a New York City-based real estate company, looked at all residential sales nationwide between March 13 and Sept. 7 to determine the 125 priciest ZIP codes of the pandemic thus far. The study included zip codes that closed at least five sales during the timeframe. The top two in the nation are both in California, with Atherton (94027) coming in at No. 1 with a median home sale price of nearly $6.7 million, and Beverly Hills (90210) at No. 2 with a $4.08 million median home sale price. "The biggest surprise was that no urban city ZIP codes were in the top 10," Andrew Weinberger, … [Read more...] about Most Expensive ZIP Codes During Pandemic Includes Newport Beach
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0 Real Estate 3 Newport Beach ZIP codes are in the top 20, and another 3 ZIP codes rank in the top 100 most expensive homes in the nation. Ashley Ludwig , Patch Staff Posted Reply NEWPORT BEACH, CA —Newport Beach ZIP codes hold Orange County's highest-priced real estate, according to a recent report by Property Shark. Orange County ranked on the highest-priced real estate ZIP code list, with four of OC's ZIP codes landing in the top 20: one in Huntington Beach and three in Newport Beach. Another contender was nearby Laguna Beach, in the top-50 category, while Villa Park and a few more Newport ZIP codes hung out in the top-100 of the priciest ZIP codes in the nation. Property Shark considered all residential transactions closed between Jan. 1 and Oct. 22 and included 127 ZIP codes. Huntington Beach was slated at #14, with ZIP code 90742, where the median price home sells for $3,625,000. Newport Beach had the … [Read more...] about 6 Newport Beach ZIP Codes Among Priciest In United States
Emily Miller always wanted her wedding to have a storybook element. For her, that did not mean a ride in a horse-drawn carriage or a gown fit for a princess. It meant a celebration filled with books. She and her husband Alex Seher, 31, a product manager at a lighting manufacturer, had originally planned to marry in the spring of 2021 at a Baltimore library, and give their guests custom bookmarks as favors. But when they decided to postpone their wedding to March 26 because of the pandemic, they learned the library would not reopen in time. They soon booked another venue, the Engineers Club of Baltimore. The club had the “grandeur” of their original location, Ms. Miller, 30, said. But it lacked a key component: books. To make it more bookish, the couple staged what she called an “open book bar” during cocktail hour. Available for their 120 guests to take were copies of 22 fiction and nonfiction titles related to the city of Baltimore, where the couple has lived since … [Read more...] about Looking for a Wedding Favor? Try the Best-Seller List.
DETROIT (AP) — The city of Saginaw violated the U.S. Constitution by chalking tires to enforce parking limits, but it won’t be forced to refund thousands of tickets in the class-action case, a judge said. The city must only pay vehicle owners “nominal damages” of $1 for each marking, U.S. District Judge Thomas Ludington said Monday. READ MORE: LeBron James School Student Treated To VIP Access By NASCAR “The basic problem is that chalking is relatively harmless,” he said, noting there was no damage to cars. Saginaw staff marked tires and subsequently wrote tickets if they returned to find a vehicle was parked too long. After five years of litigation, including two appeals to a higher court , Ludington ruled in favor of Alison Taylor, who received 14 tickets. The judge said marking tires without a warrant violated constitutional protections against unreasonable searches. “No reasonable person would argue that something as trivial and transitory as chalk on a tire offends … [Read more...] about Chalking Tires Illegal, Judge Says, But Saginaw Gets Big Break
It was March 1 and Vladimir Putin was feeling invincible. Russian advancements in intercontinental ballistic missile modernization, maneuverable-trajectory hypersonic missiles, and even a nuclear-fueled cruise missile carrying a nuclear payload, the Russian president boasted, would make short work of America’s antiballistic missile defenses. In case there was any ambiguity to Putin’s fiery Kremlin address, Putin underscored his point— Russia can hold any U.S. city at risk in the event of a conflict —with an animated video showing a Sarmat missile strike on Florida, home of Donald Trump’s cherished Mar-a-Lago resort. “Sarmat is a very powerful, mighty weapon,” Putin said. “Due to its characteristics, nothing, not even prospective antiballistic missile systems could be an obstacle for it.” Putin’s speech followed on the heels of two Trump administration steps with significant implications for the nuclear balance of terror. In December, the administration released a strategy … [Read more...] about How John Bolton Helped Kickstart the New Nuclear Arms Race
DETROIT (AP) — A woman with 14 tickets has won a major decision in a dispute over whether a Michigan city violated the U.S. Constitution by chalking her car tires without a search warrant. It’s a novel argument. Alison Taylor’s lawyer said the Fourth Amendment’s ban against unreasonable searches was triggered when a Saginaw parking enforcer applied chalk marks and returned two hours later to see if the car still was there. READ MORE: Chalking Tires Illegal, Judge Says, But Saginaw Gets Big Break Saginaw cited an exception to the Fourth Amendment, but a federal appeals court said it doesn’t fit. “For nearly as long as automobiles have parked along city streets, municipalities have found ways to enforce parking regulations without implicating the Fourth Amendment,” Judge Richard Griffin said in a 3-0 opinion Wednesday. “Thus, tire chalking is not necessary to meet the ordinary needs of law enforcement, let alone the extraordinary,” he said. Parking enforcer Tabitha Hoskins … [Read more...] about Drop The Chalk: Michigan Motorist Wins Appeal Over Tickets