Residential House – Able Property Inspections http://ablepropertyinspections.com/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 03:40:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1.png Residential House – Able Property Inspections http://ablepropertyinspections.com/ 32 32 University will require on-campus students to self-isolate in residence halls or at home for COVID-19 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/university-will-require-on-campus-students-to-self-isolate-in-residence-halls-or-at-home-for-covid-19/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 03:40:31 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/university-will-require-on-campus-students-to-self-isolate-in-residence-halls-or-at-home-for-covid-19/ August 10, 2022 Updated on August 10, 2022 at 11:20 p.m. Boston College will now require on-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 to self-isolate in their residence halls or at their permanent residence, according to an email sent to the BC community. “As the United States and the world transition from a COVID-19 pandemic […]]]>

Boston College will now require on-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 to self-isolate in their residence halls or at their permanent residence, according to an email sent to the BC community.

“As the United States and the world transition from a COVID-19 pandemic to an endemic, the University will continue to treat the virus as a manageable disease,” reads the email sent by the director. University Health Services Doug Comeau and Vice President of Human Resources David Trainor.

Prior to this change, students who tested positive for COVID-19 were quarantined in academic isolation housing on campus at Pine Manor or in off-campus housing. The campus will now be serve such as a two-year residential college and a free summer enrichment program.

Students who test positive and who live within driving distance will be required to drive home by “private/personal” car. Those self-isolating on campus will be required to wear masks and follow COVID-19 precautions.

The University will continue to require students to self-isolate for five days after testing positive or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. If students show diminishing symptoms after five days, they can be released from isolation but must still wear a mask for the next five days.

“Students who receive news of a positive symptomatic test result should discuss these two isolation options and their individual plan with University Health Services, the email reads.

British Columbia will require all community members to submit a negative antigen or PCR test within 72 hours of returning to campus for the school year.

The email reaffirmed that all incoming students and faculty are required to receive their COVID-19 vaccine and first booster and strongly recommended that community members receive additional boosters by CDC and state department public health guidance and premises.

The email also says students won’t be required to wear masks and that BC’s COVID-19 protocols are subject to change as the school continues to monitor the pandemic.

“The University will remain guided by its commitment to protecting the health and well-being of the BC community and surrounding neighborhoods, and to providing as normal a campus experience as possible for our students, faculty and staff” , the email reads.

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Fewer residential property sales in July but higher value recorded http://ablepropertyinspections.com/fewer-residential-property-sales-in-july-but-higher-value-recorded/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 09:52:00 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/fewer-residential-property-sales-in-july-but-higher-value-recorded/ Residential property sales were valued at more than 300 million euros in July despite a drop in the number of final deeds compared to July last year. Figures released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics show that the number of final deeds of sale in July relating to residential property stood at 1,246, […]]]>

Residential property sales were valued at more than 300 million euros in July despite a drop in the number of final deeds compared to July last year.

Figures released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics show that the number of final deeds of sale in July relating to residential property stood at 1,246, a drop of 10.1%.

The value of these acts amounted to 307.8 million euros, which is 2.4% more than the corresponding value recorded in July last year.

The ONS said 1,122, or 90% of those final deeds of sale were to individual buyers, with businesses accounting for everything else. The value of deeds involving private buyers amounted to €260.5 million, or 84.6% of the total value.

The highest numbers of final deeds of sale were recorded in Gozo and the towns of Birkirkara, Gżira, Msida, Ta’ Xbiex and San Ġwann, with 174 and 160 respectively. The lowest numbers of deeds were recorded in the Cottonera region, comprising Birgu, Isla, Bormla and Kalkara, and the rural region comprising Mdina, Dingli, Rabat, Mtarfa and Mġarr. In these regions, 18 and 39 acts were registered respectively.

Promise of sale contracts

In July, 956 promises to sell relating to residential real estate were recorded, a decrease of 13.2% compared to the previous year. Potential individual buyers represent 881, or 92.2%, of these agreements, the rest mainly involving companies.

The highest numbers of promises to sell were for residential properties located in Birkirkara, Gżira, Msida, Ta’ Xbiex and San Ġwann region, and Gozo, totaling 135 and 129 respectively. The lowest numbers were noted for properties located in the Cottonera region and the central region of Attard, Balzan, Iklin and Lija.

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How is the tax on the sale of an apartment calculated? http://ablepropertyinspections.com/how-is-the-tax-on-the-sale-of-an-apartment-calculated/ Sun, 07 Aug 2022 16:45:31 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/how-is-the-tax-on-the-sale-of-an-apartment-calculated/ I am selling my flat in Dharuhera, Haryana and my mother is selling a flat in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. We plan to invest the money from this sale in a single apartment in Gurgaon within a year. Do we have to deposit the money in a specific account? I also take out a loan from […]]]>

I am selling my flat in Dharuhera, Haryana and my mother is selling a flat in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. We plan to invest the money from this sale in a single apartment in Gurgaon within a year. Do we have to deposit the money in a specific account? I also take out a loan from my mother to pay off the mortgage on my apartment in Dharuhera and will she pay her back with the proceeds of the sale. What is the tax burden related to these transactions?

—Aman Kishore

Section 54 of the Income Tax Act 1961 provides a deduction on long term capital gain (LTCG) arising from the sale of a dwelling house which has been held for more than two years.

This deduction is available when the amount of LTCG resulting from such sale is either invested to buy another residential house in India, within one year before or two years after the transfer of the original asset, or invested for build a new house within three years. of the transfer of the original asset.

The deduction will be available to the extent of the LTCG invested. In case the LTCG cannot be invested for the purchase / construction of the new house until the date of provision of the declaration under Article 139 of the law, then this amount can be deposited before the due date for filing tax returns in a specified Capital Gains Account Scheme (CGAS) bank account with approved banks and used in the prescribed manner, to benefit from the deduction.

We understand that you and your mother are selling your properties and plan to invest the proceeds of the sale to buy a new house in India, which would be jointly owned by you and your mother. As also ruled in court precedents. you and your mother can both claim a u/s 54 deduction, if the respective LTCG amount from the sale of the respective properties is either invested in (i) the new house in India and/or (ii) the same is deposited under the CGAS, before the due date for filing the original tax return.

However, please note that if you are unable to purchase/build the new home within the time period specified in this section, the deduction amount you claimed earlier will be considered taxable income in the year. during which the period of three years from the expiry date of the transfer of the original asset. Additionally, if the new home is transferred within three years of the date of purchase or construction, for the purpose of calculating the capital gain, the LTCG for which the deduction is previously claimed will be deducted from the cost acquisition of the new house.

Also, having a loan from the mother to repay the home loan on your original property and repaying it from the proceeds of the sale of the property would have no tax implications so long as that the amount of LTCG derived from the sale of the property is invested as mentioned above. In the event that the total amount of LTCG you have earned is not fully invested, the deduction would be limited to the extent of the amount invested by you and the LTCG balance will be taxable in your hands.

Parizad Sirwalla is Partner and Head, Global Mobility Services, Tax, KPMG India.

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Company compiles data on short-term rentals in Fort Worth – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth http://ablepropertyinspections.com/company-compiles-data-on-short-term-rentals-in-fort-worth-welcome-to-the-city-of-fort-worth/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 18:11:18 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/company-compiles-data-on-short-term-rentals-in-fort-worth-welcome-to-the-city-of-fort-worth/ Posted on August 05, 2022 Earlier this summer, City staff selected a company to identify short-term rentals currently operating in the city. Deckard Technologies Inc. has identified 68 legal short-term rental properties and 565 properties where potential illegal short-term rental use occurs. Over the past year, 814 properties were operated for short-term rentals, with over […]]]>

Posted on August 05, 2022

Earlier this summer, City staff selected a company to identify short-term rentals currently operating in the city.

Deckard Technologies Inc. has identified 68 legal short-term rental properties and 565 properties where potential illegal short-term rental use occurs. Over the past year, 814 properties were operated for short-term rentals, with over 2,400 listings.

See the final report.

An STR, sometimes referred to as a “vacation rental”, is a residential property available for rental for the accommodation of guests for a period ranging from 1 to 29 days. STRs exist in residential areas of Fort Worth, where they are not permitted.

What has happened so far?

Following the launch of a short-term rental webpage, the city of Fort organized two mobilization opportunities. The sessions are recorded on the City’s website and YouTube.

An additional tool used to collect feedback involves the use of the ThoughtExchange engagement platform. In their own words, respondents can answer the question: “What are your thoughts or concerns as the Council considers dealing with short-term rentals?” Participants can also classify the thoughts of others.

Residents still have the opportunity to attend City Council meetings and provide public comment. Sign up to speak at a meeting.

What happens next?

The City selects a company to provide registration and hotel occupancy tax collection for legal STRs, hotels and other lodging properties.

City Council will be briefed on listing and zoning options at a workshop meeting on August 16.

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Teen helps save neighbors from burning building – NBC10 Philadelphia http://ablepropertyinspections.com/teen-helps-save-neighbors-from-burning-building-nbc10-philadelphia/ Wed, 03 Aug 2022 16:18:18 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/teen-helps-save-neighbors-from-burning-building-nbc10-philadelphia/ A Pennsylvania teenager is applauded for his quick action, helping to deploy a nearby trampoline to allow neighbors to escape an overnight apartment fire early Tuesday morning near Pittsburgh. Shortly after a fire broke out around 1 a.m. in his apartment building in Bentleyville, 17-year-old Falon O’Regan jumped out of a window and sprang into […]]]>

A Pennsylvania teenager is applauded for his quick action, helping to deploy a nearby trampoline to allow neighbors to escape an overnight apartment fire early Tuesday morning near Pittsburgh.

Shortly after a fire broke out around 1 a.m. in his apartment building in Bentleyville, 17-year-old Falon O’Regan jumped out of a window and sprang into action to help his neighbors escape the fire, NBC affiliate WPXI reported.

“Me and Robert, my downstairs neighbor, had to move the trampoline from the side of the house to the three bedrooms in the last part of the house because they would have been hurt if we hadn’t,” O said. ‘Regan. the train station.

Neighbors said they were worried about the jump, but took the leap knowing they didn’t really have a choice.

“You look out the window and the fire breaks out through your door and you literally have the fire coming your way and you have to jump. You must jump. There is no other option,” said resident Michael Groots.

Fire officials said the quick action helped several trapped people.

“They prevented many injuries, said Tim Miller, 2nd Deputy Fire Chief for the Bentleyville Fire Department.

One person injured their leg and three others went to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation, WPXI reported.

O’Regan’s mother, Becky Williams, said she was proud of how her son sprang into action, telling him “You are a hero, baby”.

“I’m proud of him. We’re taking losses because we think we’ve lost our cats. But he saved a lot of people today. I’m proud of him.”

For his part, O’Regan said he was just happy to be of service.

“I’m glad we got them out in time.”

According to firefighters, 12 adults and 6 children have been displaced by the fire, and they are being assisted by the Red Cross.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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US kills al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri in drone strike http://ablepropertyinspections.com/us-kills-al-qaeda-leader-ayman-al-zawahri-in-drone-strike/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 01:01:07 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/us-kills-al-qaeda-leader-ayman-al-zawahri-in-drone-strike/ In a speech announcing the operation, President Joe Biden said he had given final approval to kill Zawahri, who was still planning attacks on the United States and its allies. “Justice has been served, and this terrorist leader is no more,” he added. Minutes before this speech, a senior administration official told reporters how Zawahri […]]]>

In a speech announcing the operation, President Joe Biden said he had given final approval to kill Zawahri, who was still planning attacks on the United States and its allies. “Justice has been served, and this terrorist leader is no more,” he added. Minutes before this speech, a senior administration official told reporters how Zawahri had been hunted down, found and then killed.

“This year, we identified that Zawahri’s family – his wife, daughter and children – moved to a safe house in Kabul,” the official said. “We then identified Zawahri on the spot in Kabul by overlaying multiple intelligence feeds.” The terrorist leader’s habit of standing on his balcony allowed the United States to observe him and confirm his identity.

“The president received updates on the development of the goal in May and June, the senior official said, and on July 1, Biden received a briefing on a proposed operation while in the city. White House Situation Room. CIA Director William Burns, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, among others, were present at the meeting.

“The strike was ultimately carried out at 9:48 p.m. Eastern Time on July 30 by an unmanned aerial vehicle. Two infernal missiles were fired at Zawahri… Only Zawahri was killed in the attack,” the official said, saying there was no evidence of any other loss of life.

Zawahri was an Egyptian who took control of al-Qaeda after the United States killed its longtime leader bin Laden in 2011. A doctor, he founded Egyptian Islamic Jihad, a militant group that merged with al -Qaeda in the late 1990s. He had been indicted for his alleged role in the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya.

The announcement comes nearly a year after the United States completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, the country it invaded in 2001 following the September 11 attacks orchestrated by bin Laden.

The pullout turned into a chaotic one – and one of Biden’s worst spells as president – as the United States was forced into a major evacuation of more than 100,000 people trying to flee the country after a surprisingly quick takeover by Taliban militants. The United States has insisted that the Taliban not allow the use of Afghan soil by terrorist groups like al-Qaeda, raising questions about what Zawahri’s presence in Kabul says about ties between the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

The operation is the first US strike in Kabul in nearly a year, when a US drone mistakenly killed an innocent aid worker and nine members of his family just days before the US military withdrew from Afghanistan . US Central Command ordered the August 29 strike based on intelligence that the aid worker was a member of the Afghan branch of Islamic State and was planning an “imminent” attack on Hamid Karzai International Airport, the official said. General Frank McKenzie, then head of CENTCOM, to reporters. Last year.

Zawahri’s murder gives the administration some good news to announce before a grim anniversary. It also reinforces the US claim that it still has what it calls an “over the horizon” intelligence capability on terrorist activities in Afghanistan, despite not having more combat troops there.

The Senate Intelligence Committee has been briefed on the strike, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) told POLITICO. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, called the operation a “significant achievement”, adding “this strike should be a message to terrorists near and far: if you conspire to kill Americans, we will find and kill you”. .”

“The attack that killed al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahri is a major success for US counterterrorism efforts. The result of countless hours of intelligence gathering over many years,” said Mick Mulroy, a former Pentagon official and retired CIA paramilitary operations officer.

Calling the killing a “historic operation,” former senior Obama administration official Ben Rhodes told POLITICO it “also demonstrates that Biden did not need to keep troops in Afghanistan to maintain a capability. in the fight against terrorism”.

A South Asian official, speaking on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the matter, said he was shocked that Zawahri was “wandering in Kabul”.

For years, terrorism researchers and others believed Zawahri was likely hiding in Pakistan – where bin Laden was found. Some observers thought Zawahri was potentially somewhere in the bustling Pakistani city of Karachi.

For the Biden administration, “this [strike] will deflect a bit from issues such as how the pullout from Afghanistan was a disaster and the diminished capability of the United States on the counterterrorism front,” the South Asian official said.

However, a congressional aide noted that al-Qaeda is still a powerful force in Afghanistan, even without Zawahri.

“While it is great that they have one of hundreds of al-Qaeda members in Afghanistan, the Taliban regime that the Biden administration brought to power is home to senior al-Qaeda leaders in downtown Kabul,” the person said. “The Biden administration is paying millions for this same regime.”

It was not immediately clear who would succeed Zawahri as head of the terror group.

In December 2020, Brookings Institution terrorism expert Daniel Byman said one of the big questions for his leadership was how he would hand over control to the next al-Qaeda leader. “At this time, there is no obvious successor with Zawahri’s wide recognition and respect within the jihadist world,” he wrote, adding, “Any successor will also benefit from the decline of the Islamic State, which is much weaker and less inspiring now that it has lost the caliphate.

At least one figure has been mentioned as a potential successor: an Egyptian who goes by the nom de guerre Saif al-Adl. The experienced jihadist is said to have spent a lot of time in Iran, with his movements often restricted.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted monday that “an airstrike was carried out on a residential house in the Sherpur district of Kabul city”.

Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the United States who is now with the Hudson Institute, said a “question now would be whether the Taliban allowed the elimination of Zawahri or whether the United States did without help”.

Andrew Desiderio contributed reporting.

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Residential Building VOID / Studio Pousti http://ablepropertyinspections.com/residential-building-void-studio-pousti/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 01:00:00 +0000 http://ablepropertyinspections.com/residential-building-void-studio-pousti/ Residential Building VOID / Studio Pousti © Parham Taghioff, Deed Studio + 36 To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986052/void-residential-building-studio-pousti © Parham Taghioff, Deed Studio Text description provided by the architects. Thanks to a drastic reconstruction in about 4 decades, Tehran has transformed from a city of infinite gardens with its […]]]>

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