Frederick Peters’ New York

Art and Real Estate Have Many Things In Common

The value of great art and great real estate often travel hand in hand. When great paintings set price records, great real estate often follows suit. While art often sells at auction, real estate more typically… More

Real Estate Listing Marketing: Then And Now

In the 1980s, real estate agents had to advertise properties in the newspaper to compete. With no internet, almost no exclusive listings, and no co-broking, the only way to attract customers (other than through your sphere of influence)… More

Can A City Council Regulate What Real Estate Agents Are Paid?

The New York City Council proposal, introduced last week by Council members Keith Powers and Carlina Rivera, intends to cap real estate agent commissions for rental properties at one month’s rent. We, in the New York brokerage community,… More

The Non-Financial Benefit Of Homeownership

We are a nation of homeowners. Tax benefits and government encouragement have always driven American home buying in a way unfamiliar to most other developed world nations. For most Americans, their home represent their largest investment. And… More

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