Watch: Donegal Sharpshooter Patrick McBrearty stays sharp at Evolve Menswear

first_imgAll-Ireland winner and Donegal GAA star Patrick McBrearty paid another visit to the guys at Evolve Menswear, to check out the newly renovated Suit Bar. Evolve Menswear, the Northwest of Ireland’s number one independent menswear retailer, are no stranger to having the Donegal GAA stars in their presence, boasting the title of official gentlemen’s outfitters to the Donegal GAA team.McBrearty was recently chosen to become a Benetti Icon, a select few brand ambassadors who represent Benetti’s ethos. Benetti have recently announced a partnership with the FAI, to exclusively design and supply casual and formal wear to Republic of Ireland men’s senior team until 2020.Evolve Menswear have been chosen as one of the select few retailers to carry the Benetti brand.All the team at Evolve Menswear would like to wish Patrick and the rest of the team good luck in their match against Galway this Saturday.Check out the videos below to see McBrearty looking sharp dressed by the guys at Evolve Menswear. Video Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Watch: Donegal Sharpshooter Patrick McBrearty stays sharp at Evolve Menswear was last modified: July 21st, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:benettievolve menswearletterkennypatrick mc breartylast_img read more

Northeast Sees Highest Property Taxes

first_imgNortheast Sees Highest Property Taxes Property Tax 2017-04-06 Seth Welborn April 6, 2017 546 Views in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, Newscenter_img More than $277 billion in property taxes were levied on U.S. single-family homes in 2016—an average of $3,296 per property, according to a 2016 property tax analysis report released by ATTOM Data Solutions on Thursday.The analysis, which looked at property tax data collected from county tax assessors across the nation, broke down last year’s property taxes and estimated market values at the state-, metro-, and county-level. What it found was an effective national property tax rate of 1.15 percent levied against more than 84 million single-family homes in the U.S.But some geographic areas saw a much higher rate than that, with one state (New Jersey) clocking in with an effective property tax rate of 2.31 percent—more than twice the national average. Also on the high end of tax rates were Illinois (2.13 percent), Texas (2.06 percent), New Hampshire (2.03 percent), and Vermont (2.02 percent.) Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Rhode Island weren’t far behind.At a metro level, the highest rates were seen in the Northeast. The Binghamton, New York, area saw the highest property tax rates at 3.10 percent. At No. 2 was Rochester, New York, with a 2.99 percent effective property tax rate, followed by Rockford, Illinois (2.96 percent); Atlantic City, New Jersey (2.77 percent); and Syracuse, New York (2.67 percent.)On the opposite end of the spectrum, the nation’s lowest property tax rates—by state—were in Hawaii (0.32 percent), Alabama (0.48 percent) and Colorado (0.52 percent). Tennessee, Delaware, West Virginia, South Carolina, Nevada, Utah, and Arkansas followed closely after.The metro with the lowest property tax rate was Honolulu, with a 0.32 percent effective rate for 2016. Rounding out the top five were Montgomery, Alabama (0.35 percent); Tuscaloosa, Alabama (0.36 percent); Florence, South Carolina (0.44 percent); and Colorado Springs, Colorado (0.44 percent).Though the national average for property taxes came out to right around $3,300 per home, nine counties in the U.S. averaged annual taxes of $10,000 or more. Those included Westchester, Rockland, and Nassau in New York; Essex, Bergen, Union, and Morris in New Jersey; Marin in California; and Fairfield in Connecticut. Another 32 counties, located mostly in Illinois, Texas, Virginia, and Massachusetts, saw average taxes of $7,000 or more per home.ATTOM’s analysis also found that property tax rates were slightly higher on owner-occupied homes than on investment properties, which had rates of 1.21 percent and 1.03 percent, respectively.To see the full results of the analysis, visit Sharelast_img read more