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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 24-year-old Wyandanch man was killed Wednesday afternoon after his bicycle collided with an ATV in his hometown, Suffolk County police said.Inoe Dejesus Padilla was riding his bike around 4:15 p.m. when he steered into the path of an all-terrain vehicle traveling east on Davidson Street which struck him, police said.Padilla and the operator of the ATV were both transported to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip. Padilla was pronounced dead at the hospital. The 26-year-old ATV operator was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said.The ATV was impounded for a safety check, and the investigation is continuing, police said. Detectives ask anyone with information about the crash to call the First Squad at 631-854-8152.last_img read more

first_imgRay White Surfers Paradise Group chief executive Andrew Bell urged people to only use the report as a guide, as median prices often reflected market activity rather than predictions.“When you talk medians it reflects the activity in a market,” he said. “Sometimes you’ll see lower prices not because it’s cheaper but it’s where the activity is. “What the report does do, it spotlights some suburbs that people should have a closer look at if they are buying.”If people were in a position to do so, they should look to buy rather than rent for the long-term benefits, he said. CoreLogic’s head of research Tim Lawless said across the country households were dedicating the smallest proportion of their incomes to paying off mortgages. “This year, we have also seen an increase in the number of areas where it is cheaper to buy than rent, which can be attributed to the lowest interest rates since the 1950s together with lower housing prices relative to the market peak.” ANZ’s latest housing affordability study shows residents in the city’s north are spending on average 38.7 per cent of their income on a mortgage, while renters are forking out 40.1 per cent. Renters in the north are spending 40.1 per cent of their income on rent, while homeowners are only forking out 38.7 per cent on a mortgage.Households in the region are taking home a median $1241 a week. The median price for a dwelling in the city’s north is $470,720. The median rent is $498 per week.However, weekly repayments on a 30-year loan would be about $377 for a 20 per cent deposit, $424 for a 10 per cent deposit, and $448 for a 5 per cent deposit. Real Estate Institute of Queensland chief executive Antonia Mercorella said the record low cash rate of 0.75 per cent made “buying much more achievable to so many people”.“One of the primary drivers behind it is that interest rates are incredibly low so we are seeing people reassessing whether it is cheaper to buy than rent,” she said. “We are also seeing people explore other ways to own (property) rather than waiting to buy on their own, with friends or family members coming together to buy. “They don’t have the financial resources to buy alone but are able to share the burden.” REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella said record a low interest rate was making buying a property more achievable. Picture: Claudia BaxterMs Mercorella warned other costs still needed to be taken into consideration when buying property, including a deposit, stamp duty, rates and maintenance. “People also need to understand if you look at the average term of a rental property it sits at around 17 months, it’s quite short,” she said. “A mortgage is likely to be in the vicinity of 25-30 years so it’s a much longer term commitment.” LJ Hooker Nerang principal Shane Colquhoun said while record-low interest rates were to thank for the improvements in housing affordability, rental strain was not easing. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa9 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day ago“The big banks are still trying to achieve a 4 to 5 per cent interest rate but there are some lenders out there with high twos or (low) threes, so if people take advantage of that then, absolutely, it’s cheaper to buy than rent,” he said. “Rentals are very much still in demand. Maybe we could see a drop in rent, but if I was a gambling man I would say the rents will still increase. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWays to get into the property market for less00:29 It’s cheaper to buy than rent in the Gold Coast’s north, a new report shows.WANT to save at least $50 a week while living in the city’s north?Buy a home and treat yourself to 10 coffees on the money you save.A new report has revealed tenants in the fast-growing northern corridor are paying at least $2600 a year more in rent than it would cost to pay off their own home with a 5 per cent deposit. MORE NEWS: Precious property comes with $100k worth of crystalsMORE NEWS: Holiday hot spots where prices are set to skyrocket last_img read more

first_img Comments Published on September 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Casey Ramirez can’t imagine how Megan Bellingham has fought through four turbulent years on the Syracuse women’s soccer team.Ramirez, a senior defender, has seen Bellingham, the team’s only other senior, suffer three knee injuries during her career with the Orange — each more debilitating than the others.But Bellingham has found a way to turn each heartbreaking setback into something worthwhile. And although Bellingham can’t take the playing field for her senior year in 2011, she’s still positioned herself to be a contributor for SU (2-3-3, 1-1 Big East) this season. She’s remained on the team as a student assistant coach, never questioning whether or not she wanted to stick around.‘Soccer is something I’ve done my whole life, and I really love the game,’ Bellingham said. ‘I love this program, I really believe in where it’s going, so I was just fortunate enough to have the opportunity to come and help anyway I could.’It wasn’t long ago that Bellingham was helping SU on the pitch with her stellar play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe forward was having one of the best statistical seasons on the team. Through 13 games, Bellingham had three goals and three assists.But that 13th game proved to be her last as a player for SU.Still, she was tied for the team lead with nine points at the end of the season despite playing seven fewer games than the rest of the team.After that knee injury, Bellingham underwent surgery. She was working her way back to playing her senior year for an Orange team that remained in desperate need of her scoring.‘There’s always a great opportunity to learn, even in a difficult situation,’ Bellingham said. ‘That’s probably when you learn the most.But Bellingham was snakebitten again.During the summer, Bellingham reinjured that same left knee. Although it didn’t require surgery, it keeps her out of the 2011 season.Being injured for three of her five seasons hasn’t been an easy pill to swallow.‘Last season it was my senior year,’ Bellingham said. ‘I was really looking forward to playing. I had worked hard to come back. I think once that one happened, it was pretty frustrating.’Bellingham’s teammates have learned the importance of being resilient through watching her struggle.Ramirez said Bellingham has always had a great commitment to the program, and while she can’t play, it’s still great seeing her stick around as a coach.Even Megan Hunsberger, a freshman that never shared the playing field with Bellingham, looks at her as a leader.As for SU head coach Phil Wheddon, he has a great amount of respect for her.‘She’s been dedicated to the program since she’s been here,’ Wheddon said. ‘She’s faced a lot of adversity, and this just shows the quality of her character that she still wants to come out and be involved even though she can’t play.’Wheddon said her role as a student assistant is crucial to the team’s success. Sometimes a player won’t understand a coaching decision, but when a player hears from a peer it might make more sense.Bellingham will usually aid coaches on day-to-day operations like studying video and working with players on an individual level. As someone closer to the player’s age, her message can be even more effective than the coaches’ message.And as much as Bellingham has helped Wheddon and assistant coaches Abby Crumpton and Adam Reekie with prepping the team, she has also learned a lot.She wants to become a coach of her own team one day, and Bellingham has been a sponge to everything the coaches have said and done throughout the season.‘They’ve all been just really awesome in trying to be really intentional in letting me know what they’re doing and what their motives behind it are,’ Bellingham said.So while she won’t be able to play with her teammates as they attempt to reach the Big East tournament this year, Bellingham isn’t one to sulk. She has turned the situation into a positive by continuing to contribute to the team — just in a different form.Said Bellingham: ‘This is your new role, and you can either dwell on what could have been or you can just move forward to the future.’[email protected]last_img read more