Category: Neighborhoods

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Where St. Vincent’s Once Stood

Where St. Vincent’s Once Stood

The developers of a 200 unit condominium complex on the site of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital campus, which to its opponents was a symbol of the overdevelopment of New York during the Bloomberg era, hope to leave its contentious past behind.   Intended to have the feel of a neighborhood within a neighborhood, the [...]

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Homebuyers in Spring: How to Get an Edge

Homebuyers in Spring: How to Get an Edge

After hibernating all winter long, you’re probably excited to start looking at homes. However, most other buyers have the exact same thought. It’s no wonder that the spring and summer months are the busiest times of the year for real estate sales. Of course with so many additional potential buyers out there, it can be [...]

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3 Ways to Protect Your Home from Theft

3 Ways to Protect Your Home from Theft

Did you know roughly 1.6 million residential burglaries occur in the US every year? Of course we’re not saying that to scare you, we’re telling you that so you’ll be aware of the risks. Home theft does happen, and even if you always hope it doesn’t happen to you, the truth it is at some [...]

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Forgotten Questions for Screening for Potential Roommates

Forgotten Questions for Screening for Potential Roommates

So it looks like you need a roommate. Maybe you like the idea of paying less in rent and utilities every month or maybe you’re just sick of making funny jokes every night and having no one around to laugh at them. Either way, you’ve started searching for a roommate. Luckily, you’ve probably found a [...]

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5 Amazing Places to See Spring Blooms in New York

5 Amazing Places to See Spring Blooms in New York

Spring is finally here! Of course if you haven’t had the pleasure of seeing some of the gorgeous spring blooms around the state, you’re missing out! These breathtaking sites only happen around for a short amount of time, so get out there and start sightseeing! 1.) Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Between Asiatic Dogwoods, white magnolias and [...]

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How to Talk Finances as a Couple

How to Talk Finances as a Couple

While buying a home together is quite an exciting process, there are also a few things you both would rather just shove under the rug rather than talk about, and your budget is probably an item high on that list. Many couples avoid talking about money, and while we agree that it’s not the most [...]

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5 Cheap Ways to Increase Your Home’s Security

5 Cheap Ways to Increase Your Home’s Security

Everyone wants to live in a safe and secure environment, but let’s be honest, everyone does not have extra thousand dollars lying around in order to equip ourselves with a decent home security system. Plus, take away the fact that many of us aren’t allowed to have a dog in our current dwelling and we [...]

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How to Find the Perfect Tenants

How to Find the Perfect Tenants

So you’ve decided to become a landlord, good for you! Renting out your home or property can be a great way to bring in some extra income; provided you rent to the right person, that is. There is nothing that will suck your savings account faster than a tenant that has a complete disregard for [...]

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New Home To-Do List

New Home To-Do List

If you’ve just moved into a new home, chances are your hands are already pretty full, so it’s perfectly understandable if you’d rather completely skip this article and focus on unpacking. However, there are a few things that may even take priority over that. So before you even start on repainting that god awful downstairs [...]

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Questions to Ask Your Landlord Before You Move In

Questions to Ask Your Landlord Before You Move In

Your landlord can be quite an intimidating presence, and they can either provide a pleasant living experience or make your life a living hell. However, they are still human (most of the time), so there are plenty of things that could probably be smoothed over will a little good communication. In fact, here is a [...]

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