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You requested that we send email to gain access to view sold properties. While the late real estate tycoon James F. Cotter may be resting in peace, tensions are running high over the multimillion-dollar estate he left behind.
Cotter’s eldest son, James Val Lee Cotter, alleges in a recently filed lawsuit that the independent administrator overseeing the estate has “grossly mismanaged” assets and has attempted to “enrich himself and his hand-picked colleagues” by charging the estate millions in commissions and legal fees. He wants a Bexar County Probate Court judge to remove San Antonio attorney Marcus Rogers as administrator and order him to give up the commissions and fees he’s been paid.
Rogers fired back last week in a court filing, calling Val Cotter’s claims “baseless.” “Rogers has served properly and faithfully over the affairs of an extraordinarily complex and financially troubled Estate,” the filing states.
James F. Cotter’s estate has been dogged by bankruptcies, loan defaults, liens, lawsuits and other disputes involving lenders, suppliers and the Internal Revenue Service. The self-made Cotter came from “humble beginnings,” according to an obituary, to amass over several decades a real estate empire across multiple states.
Val Cotter seeks a court order preventing Rogers from selling other properties in the estate, including the Castle Oaks Village Shopping Center at 8055 West Ave. in San Antonio. “We’re concerned that his actions in selling properties will reduce the values, diminishing the beneficiaries’ share while being subjected to the administrator’s extensive compensation,” said the two brothers’ attorney, Ryan Reed of the law firm Pullman, Cappuccino & Pulled in San Antonio.
Rogers was the first to sue the Cotter children in May over a dispute involving a “Family Settlement Agreement” reached in March with Val, Vivian and Valerie. The administrator argues the daughters each gave up their 20 percent interests in the estate in exchange for a nursing home and some cash.
This article has been updated to accurately reflect Marcus Rogers’ appointment as administrator of the Cotter estate. Each IRR office is led by an MAI-designated Senior Managing Director, industry leaders who have over 25 years, on average, of commercial real estate experience in their local markets.
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The board of directors for Labor voted Wednesday to terminate Shane Johnson, who stepped in as CEO in mid-June after the organization hired a recruiter to lead a six-month national search. Johnson’s abrupt termination comes after Labor voted last year to oust its chairwoman Michele Bunting Ross, accusing her of poor attendance and mistreatment of staff.
John Floury, a former Labor board president who led the search committees for two previous CEOs, criticized the board’s decision to use a recruiting firm to find a CEO after its previous one, Angela Shields, left in fall 2017 to lead Tennessee Realtors in Nashville. “We used a national recruiter, and we did all our due diligence through a search and it’s just unfortunate that after a couple of months we saw that his vision didn’t align with ours,” Peña said.
Before joining Labor, he served as chief operating officer of Cape Fear Realtors in North Carolina. His career also includes stints in the Reagan White House and as deputy chief of staff for former Congressman Jim Tussle of Iowa.
The section of Colossians he refers to urges readers to complete any job “with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” Mr’s vertical integration is strengthened by more than 600 real estate professionals in over 30 offices nationwide who manage $32 billion in assets under management and leverage more than 30 years of institutional experience in buying, selling, financing and operating CRE.
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The rise in the retail sector of the property in Italy market has helped by a string of tax-lowering measures introduced by the Government. In addition, Italy’s strict building regulations have protected it from the mass over development that has seen large parts of the Spanish coastal areas blighted by unsightly tower blocks.
Its similarly strict purchasing process, which can seem labyrinthine to the uninitiated, also offers protection to the buyer by making practices such as gazumping impossible. Italy boasts a rich cultural history that no other country on earth can match as evinced by its timeless landmarks.
The Colosseum and Pantheon in Rome, Florence’s Duo mo and Office Gallery, the canals of Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the ruins of Pompeii…the list is endless. Fast-forward a century and a slew of bright young poets trod the same path but went one better by settling down in Italy.
Percy Bessie Shelley (whose wife Mary wrote the Gothic masterpiece Frankenstein) drowned in 1822 while sailing off Lyrics in Liguria, at a spot since renamed IL Golf DEI Poet (The Bay of Poets). And enfant terrible Lord Byron spent more than six years in Italy, during which time he wrote some of his most famous work, including Don Juan.
Others to have fallen under Italy’s spell include everyone from the painter BMW Turner to the writers John Steinbeck and James Joyce. In any case, if you buy your property through Homes and Villas Abroad, we will handle the purchase process for you from start to finish.
The next stage is for both buyer and seller to sign a preliminary sales contract (contralto preliminary DI compravendita, or compromise). The buyer also puts down a second deposit, bringing his total paid so far to around ten to 30 per cent of the sale price.
Note that should you as the buyer withdraw from the deal after the compromise is signed, you stand to lose your entire deposit. The notary is a neutral public official whose role it is to perform formal confirmation of the identities of buyer and seller as well as a final check on all documentation.
If the buyer is not fluent in Italian, the notary will insist that they appoint an Italian-speaking representative to act as power of attorney at the signing of the final deeds. Within 48 hours of the final deeds being signed, the seller has to inform the local police station of the change of ownership (done via a Dennis DI cession fabricate document).
Property for sale in Italy: Latest news 8 tips for buying an Italian property Given Italy unwavering attraction that pulls in 40 million visitors annually; its centuries of culture and tradition; and the relative strength of the US dollar and other global currencies against the euro, there has scarcely been a more ideal moment to buy real estate here. Here are eight key tips for doing so… Read more Sardinia sea-view homes Sardinia, the Meds second largest island, boasts more than 1,100 miles of beautiful coastline including the famed Costa Esmeralda; a balmy Mediterranean climate virtually all year round; three airports and some amazing sea-view properties, just like these… Read more Italian ski chalets for sale From Courmayeur and Corina dAmpezzo in the north to the snow-covered slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily to the south, Italy houses a wealth of ski resorts and with them, some very attractive ski homes.
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