Introducing RC’s Newest Agent, David Anger!

Realty Collective would like to introduce our newest agent. Meet David Anger, a Brooklyn native and lifelong New Yorker. Having lived and worked all across the borough, he not only has a comprehensive understanding of many different neighborhoods but also a deep connection and enthusiasm for these communities and the people within them. After pursuing his entrepreneurial […]

What Fed Rate Hike Means for Mortgage Rates by Jane Herro

The Federal Reserve decision on the 15th to lift its benchmark short-term interest rate by a quarter percentage point is likely to have a domino effect across the economy as it gradually pushes up rates for everything from mortgages and credit card rates to small business loans. Last week, the average rate of a thirty-year fixed […]

Just Listed! Open House Sunday for this Park Slope Condo.

Realty Collective’s Victoria Hagman will be holding an open house for this 1.5 bedroom condo in Park Slope. This apartment was listed only a couple of days ago for $815,000, this Sunday will be the first open house and it’s already been saved by dozens of users on Streeteasy.  The description and gallery are below.  To learn […]

Red Hook Two-Family Home Open House

We blogged yesterday about an open house in Red Hook for a gorgeous brick carriage house at 97 King Street. We have another open house in Red Hook to share with you today! The description for this two-family brick home is below but you can read more and view the floorplans on Streeteasy. You can […]

Open House in Red Hook on Sunday.

97 King Street, which was just featured in the NYTimes “On the Market”, is a three-story brick carriage house and Realty Collective will be holding the first open house for this coveted property this weekend. Join us Sunday, February 26th, from 2pm-3pm to view this amazing space but be sure to make an appointment first. […]

Leases signed on this very unique 2 bedroom!

For anyone looking for rich and one of a kind details this 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment in Carroll Gardens had plenty.  The landlords were offering the home furnished or unfurnished and the space had plenty of closets.  The stunning library/dining room (above) alone would be a selling point for many looking at this parlor and […]

Year of the Renter by Jane Herro

A case of supply and demand is impacting the rental market across NYC at the moment; inventories and vacancies are higher than they’ve been in years and renters are benefiting because of it! If you’re thinking about moving, now may be the time as landlords are more willing to negotiate. Concessions for both new leases […]

The Many Stages of Tina Fallon’s Work

After two kids, and nearly 10 years of producing the celebrity-studded 24 Hour Plays for Off-Broadway and Broadway, Tina Fallon realized that motherhood and the theater life were not exactly complimentary roles. Working around the clock for two-week stretches, and unemployment between productions was now much harder with small children in the wings. What she […]

An agent of change (and real estate): Victoria Hagman of Realty Collective

There are certain things you expect to see in the windows of real estate offices. Donald Trump’s hair is not one of them. For the opening and closing of the group art exhibition, Gut Rehab, an installation of the Donald’s hair called the Trump Hut (which made an appearance at the Republican National Convention, along […]

Become an Apartment Therapist at Realty Collective

Being a real estate agent in NYC is no easy feat. No matter your personality, it’s hard not to get typecast as a stereotypical, shady broker—unless you work for Realty Collective. Their number one priority is to make everyone’s apartment hunt a positive experience. Even their handbook drives home the importance of being personable: “You are […]