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The Case For Rentals – Part 2: Cash Flow

Cash Flow is Everything I have a saying that I tell agents all the time “Rentals pays your rent and sales buy your home”. Agents that do rentals have much quicker and consistent cash flow. It just makes sense. The advantage to rent a few properties a month while you are waiting for your sales [...]

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Move over Dumbo, Boerum Hill is now Brooklyn’s top neighborhood

  If in 2011 Dumbo took everyone by surprise, ranking 4th in the top 10 neighborhoods, in 2012 another Brooklyn neighborhood grabbed the spotlight. Boerum Hill climbed to 6th place with a median sale price of $950,000, surpassing well known upper class neighborhoods like the Upper East Side, West Village and ultimately Dumbo. As our gentrification map shows, Boerum [...]

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Top 5 Priciest Purchases in NYC Real Estate 2012

2012 was the year for luxury real estate in NYC, as many infamous addresses, historical settings, and even one of Manhattan’s most powerful buildings was up for grabs. From billionaires to business moguls, from a casino oligarch to a 22-year-old, buyers broke sales records in NYC residential real estate. Below you will find a compilation [...]

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NYC Real Estate Slowly but Steadily Advances in 2013

New York City was named one of 10 commercial real estate markets to watch in 2013 by PricewaterhouseCoopers US and the Urban Land Institute. According to Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2013 report, NYC real estate is anticipated to recover in 2013, as modest gains in leasing, rents, and pricing will expand across U.S. markets [...]

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The Right Time to Consider a Career in Insurance

with REEDC’s Public Adjuster class as part of the Property Casualty Insurance Class Today, Real Estate Education Center’s Center for Insurance Careers over-exceeded its expectations, when its 40-hour Public Adjuster course, in compliance with NY State legal requirements, filled up beyond capacity. There has always been a high demand for trustworthy, competent Public Adjusters; however, after [...]

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Sandy’s Effect on the NYC Real Estate Market…You decide

Even months after the wake of Superstorm Sandy, we are still discovering devastation. Approximately 40,000 people have been left homeless, and countless workers remain jobless in over 130 buildings. Setbacks are plentiful and there is much money needed to be spent in order to get everything operating at full capacity again—including Manhattan real estate. Some [...]

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A new demographic looking to buy up New York City Real Estate

It might be good for brokers looking to close the deal of a lifetime to add fluency in Russian to their catalog of skills. The top of the market in New York City Real Estate and around the country is booming, thanks in large part to a flood of foreign buyers snapping up trophy properties. [...]

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What The Case-Shiller Numbers Mean For NYC

Home prices around the country got off to a rough start in 2012, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, released this week. But the news is less grim for the bulk of New York City. The indices’ 10- and 20-city composites saw annual declines in home prices of 3.9 and 3.8 percent respectively, according [...]

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2nd Ave. Subway Delivers Bargain Rents

As rents around Manhattan flirt with all-time high prices, many young renters and bargain seekers have had to look to Brooklyn or Queens for affordable apartments. But there is a swath of the island that has bucked all the trends and actually become more affordable over the last couple of years: The corridor along Second [...]

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Hiring Revs Up For NYC Real Estate Firms

Hiring in the New York City real estate market is picking up as the citywide employment picture is starting to improve across the board, according to a report last week by Real Estate Weekly. Several firms have started to aggressively expand their rosters, focusing primarily on younger workers and high-achieving senior employees, REW said. Firms [...]

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