Frederick Peters’s New York

Things Change

Buyers are not liars. They are cautious, as they should be, and their sense of priorities evolves over the period during which their property search unfolds. Buyers hate to overpay, and they tend to have an uncanny sense for when… More

The Other New York

Earlier this week my wife and I took an Audubon cruise out to Jamaica Bay with our friends Randy and Linda. (Want to try one? Go to www.nycaudubon.org) We each rushed to Pier 16 at the South Street… More

Independence Day

This past week-end America celebrated the Fourth of July. Fireworks, cook-outs, patriotic songs, plus a day off from work; what could be better? As I contemplate the years I have been in the real estate business, it’s… More

Relative Value

Earlier this week-end I attended a wonderful lunch and property tour with Saunders, our highly impressive Hamptons partner. As always, I was both fascinated and amazed by how extraordinarily expensive real estate remains on the East… More

Make It Real

At a conference recently I was chatting with a group of colleagues from around the country when one of them asked me, “Do you actually write your own blog?” Before I could answer another said, “Of… More

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