Fatih Terim and the vice president of the club, positive for COVID-19

first_imgFootball in Turkey was slow to stop, but pressure from the footballers forced a smart decision to be made that will surely avoid further risk of spread.“I hope everything improves. Thank God I’m fine, I feel fine. I would like to thank those who are calling and sending text messages, receiving their support makes us strong, “said the club’s vice president who meets his respective isolation.Galatasaray confirmed that both the leader and his wife are going through their sixth day of isolation and the symptoms have gradually decreased. Albayrak was key for Falcao’s arrival to the Turkish team, the vice president traveled to Monaco to close the negotiation and accompanied the Tiger on his trip to Istanbul to be introduced.Galatasaray’s top two rivals in Turkey, Fenerbahce and Besiktas, sent a message of support for the team’s vice president, demonstrating the solidarity that must be maintained in the face of this situation, which already claims more than 15 deaths worldwide. The Galatasaray coach, Fatih Terim, he announced on one of his social networks that he has tested positive for coronavirus. “Based on the results of tests conducted today, my COVID-19 result was positive. I am in good hands at the hospital. Don’t worry, “was the message the legendary 66-year-old Turkish coach wrote.It is not the only bad news in the Galatasaray environment. In the last hours since club vice president Abdurrahim Albayrak and his wife Şükran Albayrak., also underwent a positive coronavirus test. The two continue to recover from home without needing to be hospitalized. In Turkey, the pandemic has more than 1,200 co-signed cases and 30 deaths. last_img read more

November New Home Sales At 31Month High

first_img December 27, 2012 463 Views New home sales jumped 4.4 percent in November to 377,000, the highest level since April 2010, the “”Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development””:http://www.census.gov/construction/nrs/pdf/newressales_201211.pdf reported Thursday. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected the report to show a sales pace of 375,000. Both the average and median price for a new home rose as well.[IMAGE]Sales for October were revised downward, making the month-month increase larger.The number of homes for sale at the end of November increased to 149,000 ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô the highest level since January ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô from 147,000 in October. The months’ supply of new homes for sale fell to 4.7 from 4.9 in October. The months’ supply has averaged 4.8 this year, the lowest since 2005 when the average was 4.5.The report covered the same month in which Census and HUD reported builders completed 520,000 single family homes. The home sales report confirmed the sharp jump in the National Association of Home Builders’ Housing Market Index, a measure of builder confidence for November when the index, shot up four points to 45, its highest level since May 2006 when Census and HUD reported a new home sales pace of 1,086,000, a drop of 37,000 from the previous month.New home sales are up 15.3 percent from November 2011, slightly faster than the 15.0 percent year-year gain registered in October.The median price of a new home in November was $246,200, up $8,700 or 3.7 percent from October and $31,900 or 14.9 percent from November 2011. The average home price in November was $299,700, an increase of $27,500 or 10.1 percent from October and $49,700 or 19.9 percent from November 2011. The year-year increase in the average price was the largest since Census and HUD began tracking average prices in 1975.This report is based on sales contracts, not closings and may have been affected by Hurricane Sandy as the revised data showed a sharp drop in October sales in the storm-impacted Northeast.The parallel report from the National Association of Realtors ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô its Pending Home Sales Index ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô will be issued Friday.The increase in inventory relieved pressure on prices which rose ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô both average and median — for the first time since August. Homes with price tags of more than $300,000 represented 10 percent of November sales, up 5 percent in October, cracking double digits for the first time since August. Homes priced below $200,000 represented 34 percent of November sales, down from 36 percent in October.Regionally, sales increased in two of the four Census regions, up 38,000 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 218,000 in the Midwest and 3,000 in the Northeast to 27,000. The sales pace fell 18,000 in the West to 83,000 and 7,000 in the Midwest to 49,000.Despite the increase in sales in November, single family housing starts dropped in the same month as did permits._Hear Mark Lieberman every Friday on P.O.T.U.S. radio, Sirius-XM 124, at 6:40 am and again at 9:40 am eastern time._ Share in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicingcenter_img November New Home Sales At 31-Month High Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Census Bureau For-Sale Homes Home Prices Home Sales Home Values Homebuilders Housing Permits Housing Starts Investors Lenders & Servicers National Association of Home Builders National Association of Realtors Pending-Home Sales Processing Residential Construction Service Providers 2012-12-27 Mark Liebermanlast_img read more