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Compére Collective Presents: Hutterites by David Vasilev

We are so excited to present our second of two June exhibits at Compére Collective, “Hutterites,” an exhibition of photographs by David Vasilev. Opening Reception: Thursday, June 22 • 6-8pm • 351 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn   Hutterites by David Vasilev In 2004, Vasilev was in South Dakota photographing the Lakota people when a Medicine […]

Compére Collective Presents: PORTALS by Savannah Green

We are so excited to present our first of two June exhibits at Compére Collective, PORTALS a collage series by Savannah Green, with insights & intuitions from Eryn O’Sullivan.  Opening Reception: Friday, June 9 • 6-9pm • 351 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn PORTALS by Savannah Green PORTALS is a modern & timeless exploration of the ancient […]

New NYC Airbnb Law Requires You To Register Your Short-Term Rentals

A short-term rental property has become a popular side hustle to provide an additional income stream. This is where tenants, landlords, and building owners are at battle. Some New York residents are applying for rentals without intending to live there. The idea is to list them as short-term rental properties on websites like Airbnb, Vrbo, […]

Did New Construction In Brooklyn Move in Next Door? Here is how to handle it.

Construction can be noisy and overall irritating, especially when you’re living right next to it. This is the case for most Brooklynites and New York City residents. On the bright side, there are actions you can take to block out the construction and keep your discomfort at a minimum during this time.  Collect All The […]

Compére Collective Presents: Time/Space by MOTHER CREATRIX COLLECTIVE

We are so excited to present May’s exhibit at Compére Collective, TIME/SPACE featuring artists from MOTHER CREATRIX COLLECTIVE! Make sure you stop by their Opening Reception on Sunday, May 7 from 2-5pm. Make sure you stop by to meet some of the artists!  Time/Space by MOTHER CREATRIX COLLECTIVE Women and (m)others are often expected to […]

Sustainable Buildings Local Law 97 To Affect Brooklyn Buildings In 2024

If your local Brooklyn apartment has not been making sustainability efforts, it’s time to call your landlord and building owners. Local law 97 (LL97), part of the city’s Climate Mobilization Act in 2019, states that buildings 25,000 square feet and larger must limit harmful energy emissions.  Buildings across NYC will need to comply with the […]

Compére Collective Presents: Second Nature feat. Kim Loewe & Susan Rowland

We are so excited to present April’s exhibit at Compére Collective, Second Nature featuring Kim Loewe & Susan Rowland! Make sure you stop by their Opening Reception on Friday, April 7 from 6pm-8pm to meet the artists and mingle. Learn more about the show below! Please join us to celebrate the opening of “Second Nature,” […]

There are More Single Women Homeowners Than Single Men

Happy Women’s History Month! At Realty Collective we find it important to highlight local women owned businesses in Brooklyn. We have a whole blog category dedicated to it. Female owned businesses are an important part of our community and without them we wouldn’t be here, literally, Realty Collective is co-owned by Victoria Alexander, a real […]

How will the Recent Bank Collapses Affect Your Mortgage Interest Rate?

Silicon Valley Bank made national news last week with its collapse, prompting the Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and Treasury Department to create an emergency program to backstop all deposits using the Fed’s emergency lending authority. Silicon Valley Bank became the second largest bank failure in U.S. history, and the largest since the 2008 […]

Real Estate Market in NYC: What to Expect in 2023

The real estate market in NYC is a dynamic one, with the value of homes and apartments being affected by a number of economic and cultural factors. Let’s take an in-depth look at the 2023 NYC real estate forecast, so you have a great idea of how to navigate your real estate purchases this year. […]

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