Registration for Free Bulbs Through The Daffodil Project Soon!

Even if you haven’t heard of The Daffodil Project, you may have noticed all of the bright yellow flowers adorning our streets and parks since 2001. That was the year this project was founded as a living memorial for victims of September 11th. Since then over 7.5 million free bulbs have been planted across all […]

Spotlight on “A Space in Between” Artist Anthony Ragucci.

Residency Unlimited’s latest group art show opened July 7th at the Realty Collective gallery, 351 Van Brunt, and we have two more artists to spotlight. You can come see the show at our space until July 14th. Read the interview for artist Anthony Ragucci below. How has being a resident in NYC affected or contributed […]

Residency Unlimited Artist Interview Series: Shay Arick

As you may have heard Realty Collective has teamed up with Residency Unlimited and one of the most recent shows in our gallery space at 351 Van Brunt, Compére Collective, was called CONTINGENCIES. Over the next month we’d like to showcase the artists involved in that exhibit here on our blog. The first interview we’re sharing is […]

First-Time Home Seller Tips by Francesca Girardi

Congratulations on owning your first home! You were so excited and proud of this major accomplishment. However, the time has come and you are even more excited to sell and continue your journey forward. Find the top tips below to be prepared as a first-time seller before you put your home on the market Do […]

Navigating Breakups: A discussion about feelings & finances with RC’s Victoria Alexander

Realty Collective’s Victoria Alexander is proud to be a part of this panel discussion presented by Onward, a post-breakup concierge service launching in New York City very soon! We hope you will come out and be a part of this unique event. It’s on Wednesday, March 27th from 6pm-8pm. You can check out the schedule […]

Free Small Business Tax Prep Workshops and More with Brooklyn Coop

We’d like to share some information with you all about Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union and it’s sister organization, Grow Brooklyn. Both are non-profits in Central Brooklyn focusing on “building and preserving wealth for low to moderate-income families all over Brooklyn”. With one the the biggest issues in the city and around our nation being […]

Economic Inequality Event at BRIC House Ballroom Tomorrow

A live televised #BHeard Town Hall discussion will take place tomorrow at BRIC House Ballroom at 6:30pm about a pressing issue we face here in New York and across the nation. This free event will broach the topic of the widening gap of income inequality and wealth distribution. Read more below or click here. Is […]

Valentine’s Day for Art Lovers.

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! We are so lucky to live in this creatively vibrant city. Galleries, museums, and art studios abound all around us. If you are an art lover, you may consider spending your Valentine’s Day perusing spaces filled with paintings, photographs, sculptures and other forms of visual arts that make your heart soar.  […]

Tips on Saving for a Down Payment.

Buying into Brooklyn is no easy feat. Prices are continually going up and competition can be fierce when you find a good deal. The hardest part for most is securing the funds for a down payment, which in New York is generally more than the average 10% you are expected to have in other parts […]

How To Navigate the Buying Process like a Pro by Francesca Girardi

Are you buying today, tomorrow or in ten years? Regardless on your timetable at some point it your life you may want to buy a property, or two or ten. In those transactions, countless things can go astray. To begin you need to identify two very important things. First, what you want, need, and how much you […]