Tom potentially moving to Alpine the same time I am moving about 10 minutes away? Do his kids need a tutor?Zolak said on the radio today that he still owns a penthouse in a building in Boston. Says his friends sometimes stay there when they come to town. He says that he could just stay there during the season if Giselle wants to move to Greenwich or Bergen County.
Brookline’s assessor database records are spotty at best. And also municipal assessor database records are current only to the last day of the previous fiscal year, so anything you would see on that database, even if it were current (which it is not) would only reflect transactions up until 6/31/19.Not coming up on the Brookline assessor website, but other properties do.
My mistake. Yes assessors will sometimes leave historical records of high profile properties off of public facing databases. They would be required to disclose that if they got a public records request but they would have ten days to respond to it.I'm just looking for the assessed value. There should be a page with all the annual assessed values going back to when it was built, since it's a new property. I can do that with other properties where I know the owner and address
I love searching stuff on the registry. You can really see how people made a huge score on real estate, or how bad they fucked up.you can get fun info from the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds.
For example, a $10 million 30-year mortgage from August 2014 was (presumably paid off and) discharged on July 8, 2019.
For whatever it is worth, Zillow has the estimated value at approximately 10 million dollarsI'm just looking for the assessed value. There should be a page with all the annual assessed values going back to when it was built, since it's a new property. I can do that with other properties where I know the owner and address
Aren’t all houses on Zillow? A few years back I remember gawking at Michael Jordan’s house on the site. Doesn’t mean you can actually go to an open house or anything like thatI don't understand how Brady's house even got onto Zillow. Is Joe Blow from Newton going to search for houses like that? I thought real estate at that level is treated differently than the corner house on Main Street going for $400,000.
Every house is pretty much on Zillow and throws up estimated prices. Those can be quite off, however.Aren’t all houses on Zillow? A few years back I remember gawking at Michael Jordan’s house on the site. Doesn’t mean you can actually go to an open house or anything like that
Are you not familiar with this board?Why do people seem bent on torturing themselves with the understandable ebb and flow toward the end of a very lengthy career?
I tend to take Brady at his word about "uncharted territory." And it really is, in terms of age and quality. Yet Father Time is still undefeated.Are you not familiar with this board?
In seriousness, though, I agree. The one thing we do know for sure is that Brady is going to be on the team next year. We'll know by March whether that will be true for the 2020-21 season as well but for now there's no real point in trying to read tea leaves like how long Brady paused after a question about selling his house.
Yeah. I really feel like nobody reporting on this "deal" really understands it very well.He could assess it annually no matter what. He didn't need to have the years voided to do that.
Certainly doesn't need to have a clause prohibiting the tag.
But didn't they save around $5m in cap space via these machinations? So it's not really accurate to say the Patriots got "nothing" out of it.There is simply nothing you can read into anything involving this contract other than the Patriots wrote an $8 million check for nothing, and gave no franchise, to a great player and figured out a way to do it without going over the cap. Everything else is just noise. That's what happened and it's all that happened. Nothing else, including for 2020, is different from what it was. (Except no franchise.)
They only shifted it from this year to next year. If they end up carrying over less than $5.5 million this year then I guess yes, they got something out of it.But didn't they save around $5m in cap space via these machinations? So it's not really accurate to say the Patriots got "nothing" out of it.
I ain't saying that $5.5 million is exactly the right amount for half a year of Gronk, but I ain't not sayin it either, if you catch my drift. :0)The cap space this season could come in handy. It's still early, and there may be some trades they make for a TE or LT.
Also, I believe they can extend Brady's existing contract prior to the end of the league year and reduce the $14M dead money charge for 2020; the reporting on this contract has not been complete, and it seems to dig into the arcana of the CBA. All this assumes, of course, that Brady is playing next year, and is playing for the Pats.
In my town, one can request their house not be on the public GIS/assessor website. Whether you're Joe Shmoe or someone like Tom Brady. I would think Brookline has a similar policy.Not coming up on the Brookline assessor website, but other properties do.