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By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 6
It might be Fall in Manhattan but neither temperatures or home prices are falling here. It's 85% today and the third quarter of 2007 was HOT! too. So far Fall traditionally a slow period is HOT! as well. We are still seeing crowded Open Houses, bidding wars, low inventory and lots of activity. Ma...

By victor Marz
(The First Mark Group, LLC)
Comments 1
I need buildings in nyc have cash buyers//   please no brokers  only deals direct w/ owner  email if u own building and looking to sell.

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 20
One thing I never wanted to do was lead a boring life.  I've had my share of "Groundhog" days with each day a repeat of the last and I was miserable.  It took much courage (or total stupidity, I haven't decided yet) that while raising two children and owning a home ALONE whether to finally quit m...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 26
I am all for taking some time out for just plain FUN.  I make it a point every year to go to the Annual San Gennaro Feast, Manhattan's biggest, most famous and longest running "festival."  This year was the 80th Festival and that's one LONG time.  If you've watched The Godfather, you've probably ...

By Mike Jones, Mike Jones NMLS 223495
(SUNSTREET MORTGAGE, LLC (BK-0907366, NMLS 145171) )
Comments 9
9-11 has come and gone for the sixth time, but the REAL ESTATE where the Twin Towers stood is still a hole in the ground.  Progress is being made for the Freedom Tower and surrounding complex. What will be built?  Not merely a memorial, although history will require it.  Not only a tribute, such ...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 5
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum located at Ground Zero began a national tour that started in Columbia, South Carolina The exhibit will be at Finlay Park 930 Laurel Street today from 12noon-6pm To involve as many people as possible, the Memorial & Museum have created a traveling exhib...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 13
September 11th, 2001.  A day that truly changed all of us, forever.  With the unspeakable acts that happened that day and the loss of life, I hope everyone is grateful for every single thing in their lives.  Yes, even the "problems."  How sad that our children are growing up during a time when th...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 8
It has been a very busy year and summer. The busiest August I can remember. Manhattan has been very fortunate this year compared to the rest of the country. Our market continues to be very strong. While most of the country has been down 20% we've been up 20% Can it continue? I'm cautiously optimi...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
Comments 0
Finding the right home in Manhattan can take time and a lot of work. At times it can be overwhelming ...after all it's the most important decision you will make.A licensed and professional Real Estate Agent can help navigate the process from beginning to end  --- and even after your closing --- a...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 10
Summer is almost over as evidenced yesterday by the crowds of NYU students in Greenwich Village. With a little help from their parents they moved into dorms and apartments in Greenwich Village.  Yesterday was NYU "Move -in Day."  A similar scenario takes place in Morningside Heights as Columbia U...

By Anthony Carollo
(Carollo Real Estate Inc.)
Comments 0
The NYTimes.com recently featured an interesting article: Dead Co-op Issue Gets a Second Life, which discusses the issue of holders of unsold shares.  According to the state court decision in 2005, holders of unsold shares had been designated and identified, however those who enjoy holder status ...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
Comments 0
Home staging is preparing a home prior to putting it on the market for sale. Why stage your home? Staging a home can ensure a quick sale.You may love the way your home looks, but potential buyers may not. When selling your home, staging it professionally can make your home more appealing and more...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
Comments 0
According to Freddie Mac, the 30-year, fixed mortgage rate has reached its lowest point since May and as of August 16th, averaged 6.52 percent.Additionally, rates on 15-year fixed-rate mortgages fell to an average of 6.18 percent from its previous 6.30 percent. Five-year adjustable-rate mortgage ...

By Andrew Milkowski
(Milkowski Group member of Douglas Elliman)
Comments 0
By now we are sure you are well aware of the recent changes in the real estate financing industry, as well as the allegedly bleak outlook that has been portrayed in the media. We'd like to take this opportunity to shed some light on the current market and to address any concerns. The future is si...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 7
Leona Helmsley, The New York hotel and real estate "Queen" died of heart failure today at age 87. Leonna was a succesful residential real estate broker before her marriage to Harry Helmsley the NY real estate magnate.  Leona helped her husband run a $5 billion empire that included managing the Em...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 2
Back in July I wrote a post "Say NO to DRUGS" Store Chains when I discovered that on the block between west 87th and west 88th Street on the west side of Broadway a new Walgreens Drug store is coming. I live between 86th and 87th on Broadway. I first discovered something going on when I went to h...

By Anthony Carollo
(Carollo Real Estate Inc.)
Comments 0
 According to the real estate article: Manhattan's Real Estate Slump That Wasn't featured on NYTimes.com, Manhattanites are waiting for the reversal in real estate that will never come.  Despite falling prices throughout the country, the Manhattan real estate has stayed strong.  In the second hal...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
Comments 0
The country is in the middle of a residential real estate slump yet, Manhattan real estate sales and prices more than doubled in the 2nd quarter.With the arrival of thousands of new Manhattan condos, inventory has decreased to about a third of its volume.There's no question that credit is tighter...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 7
The Apple Bank Building2112 Broadway The landmark Apple Bank Building built in 1928 on the Upper West Side at West 73rd Street and West 74th Street has been converted into 29 residential condominiums. Apaertments range from a Two Bedroom 2.5 baths from $4 million to a Three bedroom 3.5 baths for...

By Kolarik Hana
(NYCMortgage.com)
Comments 3
1.  Co-op boards prevented anyone incapable of repaying a loan from buying, despite the fact  that greedy mortgage brokers may have approved. 2.  The dollar continues to be weak and shows no sign of letting up, continuing to make New York City the location of a global shopping-spree for foreigne...

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