Category: Sellers

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Nine Sandy – related issues still plaguing NYC real estate

Nine Sandy – related issues still plaguing NYC real estate

    One year after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast, residents, landlords, businesses and the government are still picking up the pieces. While some remain homeless, others see hope, as commercial leasing rebounds in Lower Manhattan and Howard Hughes Corp. breaks ground on the redevelopment of the South Street Seaport’s Pier 17. On Sandy’s anniversary, The [...]

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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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How to Pack for a Move

How to Pack for a Move

Moving can be a lot more exciting than people give it credit for. A new house, a new job; whatever the reason, there are plenty of new things to look forward to! Packing up everything you own, however, is not nearly as enjoyable. We completely understand the feeling. Nonetheless, just because you hate packing doesn’t [...]

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Reasons to Use a Realtor when Selling Your Home

Reasons to Use a Realtor when Selling Your Home

In this day and age, using a realtor can seem like an outdated resource. After all, there are countless ways to bring people to your home as well as research the price range your home should be sold at. If you could save a couple thousand from going to a realtor, why wouldn’t you try [...]

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Spring Cleaning the Green Way

Spring Cleaning the Green Way

Spring is officially here, and we all know what that means: spring cleaning. And while there’s nothing wrong with really digging into that storage closet and getting ready for summer, many people avoid spring cleaning for one very good reason: allergies. All those dust, fumes and other particles can make for some difficult breathing environments. [...]

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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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Dos and Don’ts of Selling Your Home Online

Dos and Don’ts of Selling Your Home Online

Selling your home can be a tricky subject, and it’s no wonder why so many people decide to go with an experienced real estate agent; they know the market, they know what to do to get people to come  your way, and they know what might be wrong if your home isn’t selling (wrong price, [...]

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Preventing Fires in Your Home

Preventing Fires in Your Home

Did you know 1 person is killed every 2 hours in a house fire? It’s true! What’s even sadder is that many of these fires are completely preventable. So before you move into a new home or apartment, here are a few things you can do to protect yourself from deadly home fires: 1.) Check [...]

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Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Believe it or not, March is here! We know, we know, it came faster than we were ready too! And along with the slightly warmer weather, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and a few more birds on your block, there is one more thing that should be making its appearance this month as well; a comprehensive [...]

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Secrets to Decorating Any Living Room

Secrets to Decorating Any Living Room

If there’s one thing about living in New York that proves to be a bit challenging, it’s this; you’re often presented with a space that seems to have limited options when it comes to decorating. Maybe there’s only one area where your sofa will fit, or perhaps you need to keep your windows easily accessible [...]

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