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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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The G$ System: Maximizing Your Rental Business – Part 3: “Product Knowledge”

Product Knowledge is Key Sales people in any industry are constantly reminded of the importance of knowing their product. In the real estate business a common axiom is “never show a property that you haven’t seen first”. Sales agents all across the country “caravan” every week and preview the new homes listed in their city [...]

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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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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Is Manhattan too crowded?

The New York Times recently published a column on the population of Manhattan and its continued growth.  We’ve all been there, cutting people off, giving dirty looks because someone has the nerve to walk at a casual pace, jamming into a subway car that will save you minutes instead of waiting for the next one, [...]

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