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Can I Rent My Brooklyn Home on Airbnb?

Airbnb has become all the rage with affordable stays, unique locations, and small business support. But did you know that there are several rules to follow when you list your own place for short-term stays? We’ll dive into the details below, so you can offer your home to travelers and tourists without breaking the law. […]

Moving with Kids Part 2: When You Get to the New House

We recently shared a blog post filled with tips for moving with kids. It covered eight creative ideas to make the process easier as you look for a new home, pack your belongings, and say goodbye. But what about when you get into your new house, your little ones are tired, and they’re in an […]

Multiple Offer Negotiations — From a Seller’s Point of View

Now is an incredible time to sell your home, with multiple-offer situations being the norm. It can be difficult to know what to do in these times, though, as many options could come your way. That’s why we’ve put together some information to guide you through the process. Your listing broker is your best source […]

Is Your Apartment Prepared for Fire Emergencies?

One of the most difficult factors that comes along with apartment living is the potential of fires that are not in your control. The catastrophes can lead to lost possessions, injuries, and even deaths when they spread too quickly. That’s why it’s important to be prepared. And if you’re renting out or selling your home, […]

8 Ways to Make Moving With Kids Easier + More Fun

Children can feel powerless when you tell them you’re moving. “They usually don’t have any input in the decision,” says Lori Collins Burgan, social worker and author of Moving with Kids. “So involve them in as many other decisions as you can.” This helps them feel part of the experience and empowered.  You might not […]

Renovating Your Brooklyn Apartment in a Shortage-Filled Society

The pandemic has brought challenge after challenge. Though it may not be one of the most devastating effects, the supply shortage sure has pulled plenty of renovation projects to a halt. Thankfully, this doesn’t have to be the same for you. There are ways around the shortage, and we’re going to share them with you […]

Tips with Tina: Putting An Occupied Property on the Market

Selling an occupied home sounds like a daunting process, but it doesn’t have to be. With a bit more planning than usual, you can keep that rental income flowing until the sale closes — or continue living in the home yourself until it’s time to move. Hear Tina’s opinion on the process before reading on […]

Tips with Tina: The #1 Reason People Are Having Trouble Selling Their Place

In today’s market, selling a home sounds easy. And it is — if it’s priced right. The number you choose to list for initially can affect your entire real estate transaction, including the number on that hopefully large check you receive at closing. Below, our caring and well-experienced agent Tina Fallon explains the downsides that […]

Brooklyn’s Best-Selling Neighborhoods + Tips for A Smooth Selling Process

If you own a home in Brooklyn, 2022 is the year to sell. In fact, StreetEasy reports that 9 of NYC’s top 10 markets for home sales land within our community lines. With higher demand comes fewer days on the market as well as higher sales prices. We’ll look into this data along with a […]

2022’s Guide to Simple Home Selling

The new year is here, and if your resolution is to sell your home for it’s best and highest value, it’s time to start planning. By taking purposeful steps throughout the process, you can feel confident from prep work to closing paperwork. The tips below provide a great base to build from. Meet with an […]