Uncertainty
NOVEMBER 17, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
I have titled this piece ‘Uncertainty’ to reflect the current state of the housing market. With the election behind us, there have been simultaneous divergences in the financial arena. The stock market has roared to new highs presumably on the outcome of the election. Conversely, the bond market has experienced a dramatic decline in ...
What You Need to Know about Renting an Apartment in NYC
NOVEMBER 16, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
KENYON KING
The biggest shock to most NYC newcomers is that they have to pay a broker (me!) to find them a rental, which is not the case in most major cities. In NYC, there are hundreds of landlords and management companies. Apartment listings are often not advertised to the general public and are only in listing databases accessible to licensed ...
Is NYC a Buyer's Market or Seller's Market?
OCTOBER 31, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
PETER ALLEY
The most common question I am asked by all of my clients in regards to the NYC real estate market is whether it is a buyer's market or a seller's market. Right now, the answer is that leverage is currently in the hands of the buyer, especially given the increase in supply over the last few months. Available units are currently ...
Looking to Move?
AUGUST 29, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
Summer is coming to a close. Soon school will be back in session and your regular routine will start again. You wanted to wait until summer ended so as not to disrupt your family’s vacation time. Now you are thinking about moving to a bigger space. Where to begin? The summer months are normally the slow period in real estate. Parents ...
Evan’s NYC Summer Lifestyle Picks
JULY 7, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
EVAN ROTH
With the abundance of cultural activities and fun that NYC has to offer, I wanted to share some of my top picks for all to enjoy the summer in style! Minton’s Arguably, America’s greatest cultural contribution to the world has been jazz music. It may be argued with equal force that one of the most important shrines in the history ...
Brexit's Ripple Effect on the NYC Real Estate Market
JULY 7, 2016 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
Now that the initial dust has settled from the unanticipated outcome of the Brexit vote in the U.K., the road ahead for Europe is an uncertain one. The first casualty has been the British Pound, which has lost almost 20% of its value since the referendum, reaching lows not seen in 30 years! Banking and retail sectors are preparing for a ...
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