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Beyond the Handshake: How To Buy A Multi-Family With Friends

  One of the ways many New Yorkers are dealing with the current and convergent COVID and rental crises is to come up with new ways to approach old problems. Some New Yorkers are opting to get out. After all, if your office is only going to ask you to come in once a week, […]

Buying a Home with 10% Down and No PMI by Victoria Alexander

A recent NY Times article spoke with our mortgage broker Mark Maimon from Sterling bank about how first time buyers are getting ahead with putting less then 20% down. Some buyers may not have to funds to put more than 10% down but there are some other very sound reasons for choosing to put down less. […]

What Fed Rate Hike Means for Mortgage Rates by Jane Herro

The Federal Reserve decision on the 15th to lift its benchmark short-term interest rate by a quarter percentage point is likely to have a domino effect across the economy as it gradually pushes up rates for everything from mortgages and credit card rates to small business loans. Last week, the average rate of a thirty-year fixed […]