A New York-based real estate broker who specialized in selling residential and commercial properties to foreign buyers died Saturday at age 68, his wife said.
Jude Taggart, a New York City-based broker who lived in Westchester County, N.Y., had been in hospice care for more than a year and had been suffering from diabetes and other ailments, according to his wife, Sharon Taggarts.
She said he was a devoted father who cared for his two sons and three grandchildren and loved spending time with his wife and four grandchildren.
He had also served in the Navy, her husband said, and had a family of three.
The cause of death was not immediately clear.
Taggart had been a real estate specialist with the firm Taggertons, which specializes in buying and selling residential properties, according a news release.
He also did consulting work for the firm and was known to have a good relationship with the local real estate community, the release said.
Tigran Hamad, a representative for Taggetts’ family, said Taggett died Saturday morning.
Tagman is survived by his wife of 54 years, Sharon, and four children, Taggie, Lola, and Benjamin.
Tags real estate division, the division that specializes in selling property in the New York metropolitan area, was also closed for the holidays.
Tagged real estate,real estate broker,jude taggart source The Washington Post title Taggerman dies at 65, his family said article A Florida real estate lawyer who specialized on selling commercial properties was fatally shot Saturday in a Miami-Dade County apartment complex, according the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
The shooting happened at the Boca Raton Apartments, which is located in the Miami area, according Miami-Ft.
Lauderdale Police Department.
Investigators were not immediately releasing information about the victim.
The Boca area has seen a rise in shootings in recent years.
In 2016, four people were shot in a shooting at a home in the Bocas home community, including a pregnant woman and her unborn child.