Lox & Learn Event: Successful Real Estate Strategies for Nonprofits

Come eat bagels and lox with us at our office/event space in Red Hook. Visit 351 Van Brunt Street for Lox and Learn! This discussion and breakfast is free and takes place Friday, October 18th from 9:30am-11am. Read more below and register here! Representatives from Denham Wolf’s brokerage and project management teams will guide attendees […]

Selling The Place You Own Jointly.

The initial impact of a break-up is always a mixture of complex and sometimes conflicting emotions. Confusion, shock, relief, anger, grief, and fear can all be a part of this process and it’s completely normal and healthy to feel all of this. It is also healthy for this process to follow a path where layers […]

Back to School House Hunting.

We have moved out of the busy spring open house season and the market is slowing down in all areas.  There are a few reasons buyers are out in droves during the spring, including the weather being so nice and everyone seemingly coming out of hibernation. One big reason is that families want to purchase […]

Buying or Renting for the School Zone.

Buying or renting a home based on school zone is nothing new. Parents want the best for their kids and a good school is at the top of most families’ wish list when it comes to where they live. What has changed is how easy it’s become to find out about schools in different areas […]

Women-Owned Business Series: Hanna Oh of Paula’s Movers.

Our latest interview for our women-owned series was with Hanna Oh. First she tells us about her family business based in Brooklyn, Paula’s Movers and goes on to give us a little background information on her journey to where she is now and what it’s like being a business owner. Plus advice for other women […]

Kitchen Upgrades on a Budget.

It’s the last day of July and the last day of National Culinary Arts Month! We’d like to take this opportunity to share a couple of articles with you about making your cooking space worthy of creating delectable dishes. A renovated kitchen is usually at the top of a buyer’s and renter’s wish list but […]

Tips on Finding a Roommate or Apartment Share.

Long gone are the days when you had to rely on Craigslist alone to search for an apartment to share. Now there are so many options if you would like to post an available room in your space or are looking for a room for rent. From peer-to-peer apps like InsideDigs to sites that match you […]

New Rent Laws in NYC and How They Affect You.

It’s been big news in the real estate world for the last month. The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 is officially in effect and rent laws have changed pretty dramatically. Tenant protections are at the forefront of many of these changes. For a more broad view of these new laws you should read […]

The Most Common Loan Programs Explained by a Mortgage Expert

If you are thinking of purchasing a home and need to secure a loan you may want to brush up on the different types and which one is best for you at this time. Our good friend and mortgage expert, Mark Maimon of Freedom Mortgage, has made it easy to figure out and analyze each with the […]

Money Saving Tips on Lucky Penny Day!

Today is Lucky Penny Day, which is a perfect opportunity to talk about saving for a down payment and other important financial steps to take if you’d like to purchase a home. For advice on interests rates and other expertise in the area of mortgages, our friend Mark Maimon of Freedom Mortgage has posted several […]