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By Donna Dazzo, Home Stager in the Hamptons & New York
(Designed to Appeal, LLC)
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A few months ago I was contacted by Jessica Flagg, a real estate agent with The Corcoran Group.  She told me she had spoken with her client and that her client had agreed to having a home stager come in to do a consultation on her soon-to-be listed Carnegie Hill apartment.     When I spoke to her...

By Donna Dazzo, Home Stager in the Hamptons & New York
(Designed to Appeal, LLC)
Comments 6
Whether it's your home for sale or your client's home for sale, not every seller is convinced right off the bat that staging the home is necessary to get it sold. In a previous blog, I addressed three common objections from both real estate agents and home sellers to staging a home when it's for ...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 16
While our country confronts the enviromental disaster in the Gulf Coast, we're reminded yet again of the need to transition to clean energy sources. New York City and State is taking the lead by constructing the ‘Solar Pipeline’, which includes a Solar Map and Solar Empowerment Zones that will in...

By Donna Dazzo, Home Stager in the Hamptons & New York
(Designed to Appeal, LLC)
Comments 19
Whether it's your home for sale or your client's home for sale, not every seller is convinced right off the bat that staging the home is something as necessary as getting a home inspection or a pre-approved mortgage is for the buyer. So if you find yourself or your clients asking these questions,...

By Malcolm Carter
(Charles Rutenberg Realty LLC)
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Six of one and . . . (Flickr photo by theilr) Starting March 12, the city changed the way it displays property records in its online database, the Automated City Register Information System, or ACRIS.  The modification was little noticed until the Real Deal ran a piece on its Web site the other ...

By Malcolm Carter
(Charles Rutenberg Realty LLC)
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Not only do buyers glom onto glam in an apartment and long for light, but the charm of original details as varied as dentil molding and pocket doors may well appeal to many of them. Pomander Walk Although such characteristics often can’t hold a candle to the allure of a particularly lovely Manhat...

By Louis Snitkin, "Results That Will Move You"
(Halstead Property)
Comments 0
I'm often asked this question, and there is always the chance that the answer is no.  There are several buildings where apartments have lost their view due to "lot line" windows....... One of the things that people look for in a New York apartment is a great view.  I've seen some spectacular view...

By Mortgage Refinance, Auto Refinancing
(Refinanceitt)
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  Federal government loan modification includes programs that have been developed and federally funded specifically to reduce the number of homeowners that are in danger of losing their homes because of a foreclosure. As the foreclosure rates continue to rise and the number of homeowners out ther...

By Donna Dazzo, Home Stager in the Hamptons & New York
(Designed to Appeal, LLC)
Comments 12
As a real estate agent, you may be wondering why you should make the effort to convince the homeowner to stage their home.  Here are ten reasons why you should do so:   Gives You More Control - That's right.  Here's a common scenario for you -  the seller may desire a certain dollar amount for th...

By Andrew Cohn
(ALC Risk Solutions and The Jewish Business Magazine)
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From the Jewish Business Magazine     It is not very easy for one person to take a simple idea, and completely revolutionize an entire industry. But that is what Peter Shankman has done with his service, Help a Reporter Out. If you are not in the public relations or media industry, you probably ...

By Donna Dazzo, Home Stager in the Hamptons & New York
(Designed to Appeal, LLC)
Comments 4
In 1973 a film entitled "Don't Look in the Basement" was released.  It was originally entitled "The Forgotten" in reference to the ignored patients of an insane asylum, but someone thought it would attract more movie goers with a new title.  After all, basements can be creepy.  Dark, dank and dir...

By Terry Henry
(Keller Williams Prestige Properties)
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Manhattan, New York City: Is Manhattan the Greenest Town on Earth? Earth Week 2010 is officially over, but many of us are still in the environmental consciousness swing-of-things. And with the green movement more popular than ever, you may consider Manhattan an environmentalist’s nightmare. After...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 6
Breaking Feng Shui News?..Feng Shui Manhattan New York has Got It Covered Laura Cerrano of Manhattan Feng Shui by Ey EyeWitness News Van When there is breaking Feng Shui News anywhere in Manhattan NY, Queens NY and Long Island NY..you can bet Laura Cerrano of Feng Shui Manhattan NYC will be there...

By Mortgage Refinance, Auto Refinancing
(Refinanceitt)
Comments 2
  Though the Obama administration is trumpeting over the fact that they have achieved their goal of modifying half million mortgage crisis a month in advance, it cannot be ignored that last month less number of homeowners accepted to modify mortgage loans, as reported by the Treasury Department. ...

By Mercedes E. Santana, NYC Multifamily Properties
(Santana Property Group)
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  Multifamily property ownership will provide an investor with a great counterweight to a sagging economy. It is one of the best ways to build a Real Estate portfolio offering a solid return (cap rate) on your investment.  Owning several units will give you a greater income cash flow to cover you...

By Paul Zweben
(Douglas Elliman)
Comments 0
The Saratoga, 330 East 75th  Street   The Saratoga is a luxury condominium built in 1984 by Schuman, Lichtenstein, Claman & Efron and is located on Southwest corner of 75th and 1st Avenue.  With 39 stories and approximately 196 units, 330 East 75th Street is a large, single tower condominium with...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 20
Say What!? Who doesn't like the New York City Ferry rides? Maybe they are not so bad after all.  Maybe the world can stand a few more Scully.  This magnificent ferry ride called The New York Ferry Way takes you around the Manhattan NYC skyline to view spectacular architectural wonders and histori...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
Comments 3
STATEMENT BY MAYOR BLOOMBERG ON NEW YORK CITY'S RISING POPULATION "Today's update of census data indicates that - despite the continued national economic downturn that's causing many cities around the country to shrink - New York City's population continues to grow to record highs. Since 2000, th...

By Paul Zweben
(Douglas Elliman)
Comments 0
555 West 23rd Street   555 West 23rd Street is a luxury condominium built in 2005 in the burgeoning West Chelsea gallery district.  Located on the north side of West 23rd Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, 555 is removed from the hectic foot traffic of 6th-8th Avenues and is situated amidst so...

By Caroline Huising
(Huising)
Comments 3
Price: $575,000 FIZBER.com ID 15052508 Condo/Townhome/Co-op with 1 bed, 1.0 bath, in 875 West End Avenue 1F New york, NY, 10025 http://www.fizber.com/15052508/ 875 West End Avenue 1F - For Sale By Owner Property Details: Type: Condo/Townhome/Co-op Address: 875 West End Avenue 1F, New york, NY, 1...

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