Subscribe Tagged with: Atlas Real Estate DivcoWest Ryan Boykin Tony Julianelle Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Print This Post Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save Eric C. Peck has 20-plus years’ experience covering the mortgage industry, he most recently served as Editor-in-Chief for The Mortgage Press and National Mortgage Professional Magazine. Peck graduated from the New York Institute of Technology where he received his B.A. in Communication Arts/Media. After graduating, he began his professional career with Videography Magazine before landing in the mortgage space. Peck has edited three published books and has served as Copy Editor for Entrepreneur.com. Home / Daily Dose / $1 Billion Joint Venture Focuses on SFR Market About Author: Eric C. Peck $1 Billion Joint Venture Focuses on SFR Market Related Articles Atlas Real Estate has entered into a joint venture partnership with DivcoWest to invest $250 million of equity in single-family homes as rentals throughout the Western U.S. The joint venture expects to deploy $1 billion acquiring and renovating homes in areas where Atlas currently manages more than 4,200 units, including Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah.“DivcoWest’s partnership with Atlas is a testament to our decade-plus history as an acquisition partner and the long-standing relationships we have cultivated with institutional investors since our inception,” said Ryan Boykin, Co-Founder of Atlas Real Estate. “The start of this new joint venture also points to the strength of the SFR housing sector and to the full-service real estate investment platform Atlas has created.”Founded in 2013, Atlas Real Estate specializes in investment brokerage, property management, and institutional acquisition. Established in 1993, DivcoWest is a multidisciplinary investment firm headquartered in San Francisco.“The new partnership between Atlas and DivcoWest enables us to live up to our mission as a company: ‘To Uplift Humanity Through Real Estate,’” said Tony Julianelle, CEO of Atlas Real Estate. “The joint venture will function to increase the inventory of single-family rentals in Atlas-managed markets, presenting a tangible opportunity to serve people and create a positive resident experience, while helping meet the supply demands by providing high-quality housing.”On Wednesday, May 12, the Five Star Institute will present its 2021 Single-Family Rental Summit (SFRS) at The Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. The in-person event brings together top subject matter experts and skilled SFR practitioners who will lead discussion panels and training sessions that will answer questions and offer viable solutions related to property acquisition and management, financing, strategies for small, midcap, and large investors, and new developments related to technology and professional services.More information about the agenda, registration, and other event details are available here. Sign up for DS News Daily April 27, 2021 778 Views The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Journal, News Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Could the ‘Wealth Effect’ Mean More Homes on the Market? Next: A Breakdown of FEMA’s New Flood Insurance Rating Procedures Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Atlas Real Estate DivcoWest Ryan Boykin Tony Julianelle 2021-04-27 Eric C. Peck Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago
“Nepali Citizens In Uttarakhand Not Being Vaccinated For Not Possessing Aadhar Card”: Uttarakhand HC Treats Letter As ‘Letter Petition’May 26, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: pllavecyf.
News Updates”Nepali Citizens In Uttarakhand Not Being Vaccinated For Not Possessing Aadhar Card”: Uttarakhand HC Treats Letter As ‘Letter Petition’ Sparsh Upadhyay20 May 2021 1:46 AMShare This – xThe Uttarakhand High Court on Wednesday (May 19) treated a letter as a ‘Letter petition’ which a Law Student pointed out that while the vaccination process had commenced for battling the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the Nepali citizens couldn’t be vaccinated as they have not been issued the Aadhar Card.The Bench of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Alok Kumar Verma received a letter from one Medha Pandey, Student of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, pointing out that many of the Nepali citizens, who continue to stay in India, couldn’t be vaccinated as they have not been issued the Aadhar Card, which is required for registration for the purpose of inoculation which is required for registration for the purpose of inoculation. Treating the letter as a letter petition, the Court appointed Mr. Aditya Pratap Singh, as Amicus Curiae in the case and directed the State Legal Services Authority to pay him his remuneration.The Chief Standing Counsel appearing for the State sought three weeks’ time to file his counter-affidavit and Aditya Pratap Singh, the Amicus Curiae was directed to implead the Union of India as a necessary party in this petition within a period of one week. In related news, the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court has asked the Additional Chief Standing Counsel of Uttar Pradesh to seek instructions with respect to the availability of Covid-19 vaccines in the state, especially with respect to the persons falling in age group of 18-45The order has been passed by a Division Bench comprising of Justices Rajan Roy and Saurabh Lavania on a PIL filed by Advocate Hari Prasad Gupta.Dealing with a PIL petition seeking priority vaccination for persons with disabilities (PWD), the Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Union Ministry of Health and the Delhi government.The Bench of Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh issued notices on a plea filed by two disabled persons through advocates Siddharth Seem and Joicy.One of the petitioners has Kypho Scoliosis as well as polio left shoulder and is a social activist, while the second petitioner has mixed cerebral palsy quadriplegia which has left her with 90% permanent physical impairment.Click here To Download OrderRead OrderTagsUttarakhand High Court Vaccination to Nepali Citizens Vaccination COVID COVID-19 Next Story
After two days of qualifying round, the top seeds at the 2018 ITTF Challenge Seamaster Nigeria Open, the top seeds will begin their campaigns for honours at the $46.000 prize money championship.With the arrival of number one seed and home boy, Aruna Quadri, attention will turn to the main draw of the men and women singles events as tournament enters knockout stage.According to ITTF Publication Manager, Ian Marshal, it is not only the fact Quadri tops the list which puts him in the spotlight; it is the way that he plays and the way he conducts himself. He is the true sportsman in the very best sense of the way. The Nigerian is exciting to watch; his style with the big forehand stroke, the racket finishing high over his head, reminiscent of colleague, Atanda Musa, the Men’s Singles winner at the 1982 Commonwealth Championships. Exciting to watch, both Atanda Musa and Quadri Aruna gained the respect of all, as has one player present in Lagos who assumed the mantle of the former and is now passing it to the latter; the evergreen 43 year- old Segun Toriola. He is the player who has holds a record that may never be equalled and in two years’ time could he set one another to which no player may ever aspire?Eyes focused on Quadri Aruna and Segun Toriola but they will have to at their best; there is a strong European challenge, especially from France. Alexandre Robinot, the reigning national champion, leads the invasion. He is supported by Antoine Hachard, Joe Seyfried and Benjamin Brossier. Notably Antoine Hachard secured the Men’s Singles title on the ITTF World Tour in 2016 in Chile; in Under 21 Men’s Singles events, Joe Seyfried won earlier this year in Germany, in 2015 Benjamin Brossier prevailed in Qatar.Russia’s Alexey Liventsov, a quarter-finalist last year in Slovenia is on duty in Lagos, as is the 2016 champion, Finland’s Benedek Olah. Likewise, England’s Sam Walker, who finished in fourth place earlier this year in the Men’s Singles event at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, is named on the entry list.Prominent names from the old continent and from the new. Brazil’s Thiago Monteiro leads the Latin American challenge; Argentina’s Horacio Cifuentes also makes the journey from the southern hemisphere.Alexey Liventsov is the second seed behind Quadri Aruna; Benedek Olah, Thiago Monteiro and Sam Walker are next in the order of merit. Alexandre Robinot, Horacio Cifuentes and Hungary’s Tamas Lakatos complete the top eight names.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
FILE PHOTO: Nico YennarisShanghai, China | AFP | Nico Yennaris was born in working-class east London, played with Harry Kane at Arsenal as a boy and is an England youth international.While Kane moved to Tottenham Hotspur and became England captain, Yennaris’s career has taken a very different direction, becoming the first naturalised player to score in the Chinese Super League (CSL).In January he made Beijing his home — 8,000 kilometres (5,000 miles) from Leytonstone in east London — and the midfielder even has a new name.“It’s the first in history so it’s something that I can be proud of,” the 25-year-old known as Li Ke in China told state television after his milestone goal Sunday for CSL leaders Beijing Guoan.Born to a Chinese mother and Cypriot father, Yennaris, who is nine weeks older than fellow east Londoner Kane, now wants to help his new country become a footballing force.“I hope to help Chinese football and hopefully one day I can play in the national team as well and we will try to get to a World Cup,” he said in his unmistakably London accent.Yennaris, who signed for Beijing from Brentford in England’s second tier in January for a reported £4.95 million ($6.5 million), is eligible to represent China because he played for England only up to under-19, not the senior side.Chinese football this season began bringing in naturalised players, with Yennaris joined at Beijing by Norwegian-born John Hou Saeter.Yennaris will be on a vastly improved salary in the Chinese capital but he will have to dump his British passport because China does not recognise dual nationality.That means no going back now for Yennaris, who is yet to get a call-up for his adopted country but would improve a team ranked 74th by FIFA, a rung above tiny Cape Verde who have population of 500,000 compared to China’s 1.4 billion.He will though have to cover up his arm tattoos because the Chinese government frowns upon them.China failed to score or win a point in their only World Cup appearance, in 2002. – Kane connection –If the stars align — and China improve markedly — Yennaris could face Kane at the World Cup, Yennaris in the red of China, Kane in England white.They played for the same club in east London and were recruited as boys by Arsenal, although Kane was released after one season at the age of eight.Yennaris made a handful of appearances for Arsene Wenger’s side including 45 minutes against Manchester United in the Premier League in 2012.Yennaris and striker Kane remain on good terms. “When we see each other face to face and bump into each other we say ‘hello’ and we always speak,” Yennaris said.Yennaris had a couple of loan spells in the lower tiers of English football before moving permanently to west London club Brentford in 2014.Five years later came the life-changing opportunity to make the radical switch to China, where Yennaris is on a steep learning curve, especially with the language.Much has been made of him singing the Chinese national anthem but he is still picking up the basics off and on the pitch, such as the words for free-kick and corner.There were eight yellow cards and a red in Beijing’s 2-1 victory over Henan Jianye at the weekend, which at least made Yennaris feel like he was back in the rough and tumble of English lower-league football.“I’m used to this, but this may be a different level of fouls,” he said.Share on: WhatsApp