The Next Wave in the Housing Market
DECEMBER 15, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
An interesting article caught my eye this morning. The piece was written by Michael Brush. Mr. Brush is a Manhattan-based financial writer who publishes the stock newsletter Brush Up on Stocks. Brush has covered business for the New York Times and The Economist group. He attended Columbia Business School in the Knight-Bagehot ...
The New Downtown
DECEMBER 2, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
Ever since I started at LG Fairmont, I have been promoting the benefits of living in what is the New Downtown. This area is comprised mainly of Battery Park City and the Financial District (FIDI). I would incorporate the Seaport District into this as well. The transformation of these areas in just the past five years has been ...
Our Top-Five Reasons for Co-op Board Rejections…
NOVEMBER 9, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
ANN FROELICH
Our Top-Five Reasons for Co-op Board Rejections… Tips for Avoiding Them We’re in a new era, where social media accounts are examined as part of the co-op board-approval process, pet evaluations are common place, and some co-ops have even asked to interview applicants’ children. Co-op boards can sometimes even ask ...
An Interview with LG Fairmont's Gabriella Krasnitsky
OCTOBER 28, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
GABRIELLA KRASNITSKY
Prior to joining LG Fairmont (“LGF”), Agent Gabriella Krasnitsky worked as an analyst at several prestigious Wall Street firms. Her transition into real estate quickly elevated from stepping-stone career move to vocation—much to her surprise. Within two years she became one of the firm’s top agents—and played a direct role in ...
VOLATILITY?
AUGUST 29, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
The financial headlines from this past week certainly have put a damper on what has been a glorious summer: “Dow down 1000 points!!’ “Stock rout felt across all equity spectrums!!” “Is this a correction or a new bear market?” Yet office construction in New York City is at its highest levels since 1990! The residential ...
THE WINDOW IS CLOSING......
JUNE 24, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
MARYANN PETERS
Last Week, the Federal Reserve held their quarterly meeting to discuss the state of the economy and the future of interest rates. Since 2008, short term rates have hovered at the flat line of zero. This policy was instituted at the height of the financial crisis not too long ago. At the last meeting, the members of the Fed decided to ...
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