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When It Gets Hard to Tell Good News From Bad: “Pandemic Could Be Millennials’ Best Chance to Buy a House”

We’re living a world of big Ifs right now. If you still have a job. If you plan to stay in New York City. If things will ever get back to normal. So we recognize that even in a robust economy (you know, theoretically), it is a tough road to home ownership for many people—but […]

Real Estate Lingo 101: Breakeven Horizon

If you were to look at real estate as a totally dispassionate, rational, and transactional prospect, the conventional wisdom says that if you’re doing a short hitch in a city—New York, yes, but Sacramento, Little Rock, wherever, it doesn’t matter—it’s best to rent and not buy. If you’re staying for the long haul, go ahead […]

David’s Journey from Renter to Owner by The Fallon Team

Photo Courtesy of Compass We met on a warm August evening in Park Slope at what best can be described as a man cave. The garden level duplex was dark. And cramped. And David liked it. I asked ‘Are you concerned about natural light?’ ‘No,’ he said. Hmmm, okay. This will be interesting. That sun-starved duplex ended […]

Pre-Qualification vs. Pre-Approval by Jane Herro

With how quickly places go in the NYC real estate market, it is important to have all your ducks in a row if you’re serious about buying. Without good preparation, many buyers get lulled into the mistaken notion that if a lender pre-qualifies them for a mortgage this means that they have been pre-approved for a home loan. With a pre-qualification, the […]

8 Smart Tips To Home Buying by Ronica and Chris Webb.

    Some people are mystified about the home buying process, which is one of the reasons they never move from renter to buying. Team Webb put together 8 simple tips to demystify the process. Want one-on-one assistance we can help. Just give us a call. Ronica Webb (347) 898-4869 or Chris Webb (347) 232-6210   ***Chris and […]