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They may not live here anymore, but when filmmakers Michael Morrissey and John Scaccia needed a location for their new thriller they proved their hearts remain in the Borough of Brooklyn. The film, entitled “Boy Wonder,” was shot in part last weekend in the quiet, residential neighborhood of Mari...
07/22/2009
They may not live here anymore, but when filmmakers Michael Morrissey and John Scaccia needed a location for their new thriller they proved their hearts remain in the Borough of Brooklyn. The film, entitled “Boy Wonder,” was shot in part last weekend in the quiet, residential neighborhood of Mari...
07/22/2009
One of the first things we learned when we attended Real Estate School were the Laws of Agency in that unforgettable acronym O-L-D C-A-R. As all agents know (or should know) this refers to the fiduciary relationship agents have to their principal clients. As agents, we must demonstrate the follow...
07/05/2009
It was with a great deal of satisfaction that I approached the Empire State Building for the closing of a two bedroom co-op we had sold for an associate broker in our office. Our buyers had missed our Sunday afternoon open house but had noticed one of our flyers on a light pole in Coney Island on...
06/12/2009
It was approximately 3pm the day before the closing on a co-op we had listed and sold. The seller was being foreclosed by her hard money lender and her attorney called me with some bad news. After reviewing all the closing costs there was a cash shortfall of $1600.00. The seller had no ready cash...
06/06/2009
We have a beautiful new listing in the Georgetown neighborhood of Brooklyn.  The shopping is convenient and the location excellent.  It is a corner property, with 3 BR's and 1 plus 2 half baths.  A full description can be found at the Single Property Site below: http://www.1170East72Street.com Pl...
05/08/2009
This is a follow up to our previous article on co-op pitfalls... Always confirm with the management company the specific form they require for the documentation to be in.  Do not assume that faxed documents,,copies or form letters are acceptable.  We have a situation where the buyer's professiona...
04/27/2009
Experience with a number of Brooklyn co-op sales have taught us a number of lessons.  Hopefully, we can save some of our fellow realtors (as well as buyers seeking co-ops) some heartache: 1. Expect the closing to take longer than anticipated. We have a sale in a large co-op development where the ...
04/25/2009
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