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How To Get Documents Notarized Remotely | You’re Invited 3.31

Life goes on, even while we’re all staying home. And getting documents notarized can be a hurdle even under normal circumstances, but what do you do when all of us—notaries included—are staying home? We’ve got you. Join us this Tuesday, March 31, on Zoom for a chat with Attorney Jessica Wilson, PC, and Realty Collective […]

Meet Cierra Britton, Artists’ Advocate and Brooklyn’s Personal Art Curator

Yes, March is Women’s History Month but we like to highlight the women making Brooklyn history year-round! Today, we’re excited to introduce you to curator, art advisor, and artist advocate, Cierra Britton, Cierra is an independent curator whose mission is to help would-be collectors collect with intention.  Not only does she meet with clients to […]

Red Hook Businesses, Have Any Extra N95 Masks? Surgical Masks? Sterilized Gloves?

Hi Everyone! As I’m sure some of you have heard by now our Mayor has made a public call for the following items listed below. If you happen to have any of these items and are willing to donate them please do so by dropping them off at your  nearest first responder location. If you […]

Here’s How We’re Rethinking Real Estate During COVID-19

As the country adapts to changes in day-to-day life and new routines, we’re doing the same here at Realty Collective—making conscious choices that prioritize the health and safety of our team and clients while navigating this new normal.  Much of our work goes on as usual—yes, people are still buying, renting, and selling!—but we’ve instituted […]

What You Need To Know About 2019 Taxes

Tax season is here, and while it’s on many people’s to-do lists, there are some things you should know about filing your 2019 taxes this year. You may remember that when The Tax Cut and Jobs Act was rolled out several years ago, it was a very confusing time for most everyone. The change of […]

Meet Jan Bell, Brooklyn’s Americana Music Ambassador

Yes, March is Women’s History Month but we like to highlight the women making Brooklyn history year-round! Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Jan Bell, Brooklyn’s unofficial Americana music ambassador and Founder/Director of the annual Brooklyn Americana Music Festival, which features 50 free, live music events from Dumbo to Red Hook, taking place at […]

What Could the Coronavirus Possibly Have to Do With Your Mortgage?

OK, we were surprised, too. But what at first sounds ridiculous can actually be pretty quickly connected to this week’s decision by the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates by half of a percent as an effort to head off the potential negative effects of the coronavirus on the economy. And while you might be […]

Don’t Get Catfished This Valentine’s- 6 Cat-Traps That Snare First-Time Buyers

Don’t Get Cat Fished! Common Mistakes Buyers Should Not Make People learn from mistakes and that is why having an advocate is a valuable resource in your Brooklyn real estate experience. It is easy to miss something when you do not have a seasoned professional by your side  because even in the days of google […]

NYC Open House Guide For Sellers (Part 1): 

Series: Open House Rules Sellers Need To Know Before They List! Rule 1: Timing When it comes to the open house, how do you know whether your agent is doing it right—from picking the optimal time slot, to advertising in the right places, to showing up prepared? Make sure you ask these qualifying questions of […]

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