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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 […]

What to Expect — Brooklyn’s Real Estate Trends in 2022

If you’re thinking about moving this year, it’s essential that you understand the upcoming market and its effects on all parties involved — especially after our hot end of 2021. Buyers and renters will feel the effect of increasing demand, and sellers will see sale prices rise but not yet to their pre-covid amounts. Here’s […]

7 Surprising Reasons Winter Is a Good Time To Sell Your Home

We’ve shared some tips about selling in winter with you before and we still think there are some surprising advantages people often overlook! But, this winter is unlike any other—and the Brooklyn market is unlike any other market. What we’re saying is that there are a lot of variables that your seller’s agent can talk […]

Searching For An Investment Property In NYC?

Hello all! It’s Financial Planning Week and we’ve prepared a five-part series of topics that we believe our readers will enjoy. For our fifth topic we’ve decided to dedicate it to our investors. It has become well known that NYC is definitely the place to invest in real estate. This is mostly due to the […]

Closing Cost in NYC

Hello all! It’s Financial Planning Week and we’ve prepared a five-part series of topics that we believe our readers will enjoy. This third topic is geared to our sellers did you know that closing cost in NYC can make or break the decision of a buyer by impacting their choice on whether they should buy […]

Selling The Place You Jointly Own

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Open House Season Tips for Buyers and Sellers

You may have noticed a lot more homes on the market and “open house” signs posted in front of buildings as we are officially in the spring home buying and selling season. Not only is the weather getting warmer, which brings in more traffic to an open house, but serious buyers with children often want […]