Just Listed: 3 Family Home For Sale at 19-08 81st St in East Elmhurst Queens!
by queenshometeam
 Queens Real Estate Talk
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George & Abigail Herrera  Introduce another Three Family for Sale at 19-08 81st St in East Elmhurst, Queens NY!!!

Privacy, great views, and convenience are featured in this lovely East Elmhurst 3 Family Home for Sale. Offered for sale by George Herrera, Abigail Herrera, and the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty. This 3 Family Home is located in the sought-after community of East Elmhurst.

Located in prestigious East Elmhurst and close to all of the best that New York City has to offer, this 3 Family Home in East Elmhurst is one of the city’s premier neighborhoods. This particular 3 Family Home offers:Large 4,500 Sq Ft Corner 3 Family Brick Semi Attached House for Sale. Private Driveway that fits up to 3 Cars, with Garage that fits 2 Cars. Full Basement not finished. Hot water and Heater Boiler Room. 2 Closets. 1st Floor with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Kitchen and Living Room. 2nd and 3rd floor are L-Shaped apartments. Efficiency kitchenette with Living room and Dining Room. Front Terrace. Master Bedroom with Full Bathroom. Second bedroom have built in closets. Full bathrooms. Lining Closets are located in the hallway. Backyard Terrace. Property is tenant occupied, but will be delivered vacant. Projected rent roll is $5,500/mo. Community School District 30.

This 3 Family Home in East Elmhurst is located at 19-08 81st Street in East Elmhurst,NY. The 5 Bedroom, 5BTH, 3 Family Home for sale is being offered at $999,000. For more information, contact George Herrera, Abigail Herrera, or the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II at: (718) 968-5538.

George & Abigail Herrera are local East Elmhurst, NY Realtors experienced in working with Residential 1-3 Family Homes, Coops, and Condos, in East Elmhurst, NY. George, Abigail, and the Queens Home Team can be reached at the Keller Williams Realty Landmark II office which is located at 75-35 31st Ave, Ste 202, East Elmhurst, NY 11370.

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March 29, 2015
CALL THE BEST PETER 347-804-3214
MASTERROOFER
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March 29, 2015
Sbs cold process is not a good roof pal...use a peal and stick if the weather is right...or torch it and take the chance in queens .only way to go .
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March 26, 2015
Hmm...for many years you say. I wonder if you're one of the hags he had a special relationship with.
Implications of the Recent Retail Wage Increases
by cjleclaire
 Stephen Hans Blog
Mar 26, 2015 | 1129 views | 0 0 comments | 26 26 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Author: Setphen D. Hans

Recently, Wal-Mart announced its decision to raise the base wage of its employees.
Wal-Mart plans to increase wages for close to 40 percent of its workforce. As of April, workers will earn at least nine dollars an hour, which is $1.75 more than the federal minimum wage. Workers’ wages will increase to $10 per hour by February 2016. According to a Washington Post article, Wal-Mart is the nation’s largest employer.

Several days later, another retail giant. TJX, mother company of TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and Home Goods announced it also was increasing retail workers’ base pay to nine dollars an hour. Forbes reports that this wage increase is in keeping with IKEA’s wage increase to more than $10 per hour in 2015 and also with Gap Inc. which also increased their workers’ base pay in 2014 and at the beginning of 2015.

We see a domino effect occurring in the retail industry that may carry over to other lines of work as well. What is obvious is that the retail business model is undergoing change. Part of the underlying reason may be that retail chain stores have to compete with online stores, such as Amazon.

Another factor may be that bad publicity. Despite advertising efforts to create good branding and trustworthy images, a negative public image can drive customers to leave retail stores and shop online instead. Consumers wonder why large conglomerates are not paying their workers well and do not want to support them. Also, as the economy improves and employment pools shrink, stores must raise wages to stay competitive with each other if they want to hire the better job candidates.

Stay on top of your business and consult with an employment lawyer who has extensive experience handling wages and hours disputes. Stephen Hans & Associates offers effective legal representation and has successfully defended employers for more than 20 years in employment litigation issues.

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