Maria Spatola
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Maria Spatola passed away on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at the age of 59. Beloved Wife of Salvatore Spatola. Loving Mother of Francesca Spatola. Devoted Daughter of Francesca and the late Francesco Ruggiero. Dear Sister of Carmela Trifilio, Vincenza Molinaro, Rosa Aloe, Antoinette Trimarche, Rocco Ruggiero, Francesca Moretta and Salvatore Ruggiero. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Mass of Christian Burial was offered at St. Ephrem’s Church on Saturday August 1, 2015 at 9:30 AM Cremation followed at Green-wood Crematory, Brooklyn, NY under the direction of Papavero Funeral Home, 72-27 Grand Avenue, Maspeth, NY 11378 www.papaverofuneralhome.com
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Richard J. Bruntrop
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Richard J. Bruntrop passed away on Monday, August 03, 2015 at the age of 89. Beloved Husband of Martha Bruntrop. Cremation Service was held on Tuesday August 4, 2015 at 11:00 AM at Fresh Pond Crematory, Middle Village, NY under the direction of Papavero Funeral Home, 72-27 Grand Avenue, Maspeth, NY 11378 www.papaverofuneralhome.com
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Raymond A. Velez
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Raymond A. Velez passed away on Monday, August 03, 2015 at the age of 54. Beloved Husband of Patricia Horn-Velez. Cherished Son of Martha and the late Edward Velez. Dear Brother of Edward Velez. Also survived by numerous aunt, uncles, cousins and friends. Former Proprietor of Alliance Glass. Mass of Christian Burial was offered at Our Lady of Hope Church on Thursday August 6, 2015 9:45 AM Interment followed at Maple Grove Cemetery, Kew Gardens, NY under the direction of Papavero Funeral Home, 72-27 Grand Avenue, Maspeth, NY 11378 www.papaverofuneralhome.com
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Queens Home Team announce Sale of 2 BR Coop at Windsor Oaks in Bayside!
by queenshometeam
 Queens Real Estate Market Blog
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August 3rd, 2015


Sold in 57 Days, for 99% of asking Price!

219-40 75th Ave_SOLD_Queens Home Team

George Herrera, Abigail Herrera, and the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty are pleased to announce the sale of their 2 BR Coop located at 219-40 75th Ave #241A2, Windsor Oaks Cooperative, Oakland Gardens, NY 11364. This Oakland Gardens coop consisted of 2 bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, and sold for $218,500. This Windsor Oaks coop was on the market for 57 days before contracts were fully executed. The seller of this two bedroom coop at Windsor Oaks in Oakland Gardens sold the apt for 99% of asking price, showcasing how George and Abigail Herrera are both skilled and experienced at helping Oakland Gardens Home Owners SELL their Homes, Coops, and Condos for the most amount of money, in the least amount of time, with the least amount of hassle.

If you’ve considered selling your Queens home, coop, or condo – Now or even month’s down the road – Don’t wait to find out how to get the most for your home. Contact us today and we’ll send you our exclusive Guide to Selling a Home in Queens NY. If you’re curious what your Queens Home, Coop, or Condo is worth, visit QueensHomeValue.info and you will receive a free home value packet within 48 hours. If you would just like a list of all the recent sales in your neighborhood/development, email queenshometeam@kw.com and we’ll send you list within 48 hours. If you have plans of selling in the near future, you owe it to yourself to get competitive bids from several Realtors. Our team offers a Hassle Free Listing Program that includes Flexible Fees, No Upfront Costs, and you can Cancel Anytime. With that said, we would love to meet you and evaluate your home, coop, or condo free of charge.

If you or someone you know is looking to Buy a Home, Coop, or Condo in Queens, contact our Buyer Division at the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty (347-489-4994). We would be happy to show you how we find the very best homes for our buyers. Our exclusive Queens home buyer consultation will help you understand the Queens home buying process so that you know what to expect and are positioned to make a well-informed decision for you & your family when you find the right place to call home. We will help you narrow down your search so that you only view the homes that fit your search criteria instead of spending your precious time viewing homes that don’t match what you’re looking for. If you’re looking to buy a Home Coop or Condo in Queens, you can call, text, or email our Team Administrator to schedule a free, no obligation Home Buyer Consultation: (646) 751-7549 or ana@queenshometeam.com.

The Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty is a team of friendly, service driven real estate professionals in Queens, NY. Our Agents & Staff members are experts at what they do, but more importantly, they’re driven by their desire to help people. The team approach is our unique value proposition to Queens’ home buyers & sellers, because while most Agents are one person doing many things, we have several people doing ONE thing, and being GREAT at it. This ensures expertise throughout all stages of the transaction and allows us to provide the superior level of service our clients deserve. We understand that real estate is a service industry, therefore we treat it as such. Rest assured that when you work with the Queens Home Team, you’ll be in good hands with people who care!

We look forward to serving you!

 

Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty

75-35 31st Ave, Ste. 202
Queens, NY 11370

P: (347) 921-0895

E: queenshometeam@kw.com


BUY: www.exclusivequeenshomes.com | SELL: www.queenshomeselling.com

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Queens Commuter
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August 01, 2015
There is so much wrong with LaGuardia, it is hard to know where to start. It has 2 short runways and no mass transit direct to Manhattan. The 2 runways are 7,000 ft. - by contrast, Newark has runways of 10,000 ft., JFK's longest is 12,000 ft. and the second longest in this area is at Stewart. LaGuaria's runways intersect, which further restricts operations. There are almost always birds in the area, and the city has just opened a new garbage handling facility near the runways. LaGuardia is built on fill, so it started to sink when it opened. Hydraulic jacks keep the main terminal from sinking any further. Steel supports were put in and seem to have stopped the subsidence but inadvertently have created electric fields above ground, so pilots are warned not to rely on compass readings at LaGuardia because of "electrical anomalies". The airport is in a flood plain, which means it is prone to flooding, and sea levels are rising. The whole airport is underwater every few years. The list goes on but the point is that the $4 billion plan proposed by Gov. Cuomo does not deal with this airport's fundamental problems. All we get is a nice waiting room where we can cool our heels. Really?