Price and Presentation

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 Superior presentation and proper pricing is always important in marketing a property, but it is especially true today. Now, it’s just annoying to view an overpriced apartment that looks like Grey Gardens. Interestingly, Elizabeth Williamson recently reported in The Wall Street Journal that there’s a trend in California to hire “faux homeowners” with “stylish stuff” [...] Read More

Carnegie Hill Observed

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There’s an impressive assortment of competitively-priced seven and eight-room prewar apartments available for sale in Carnegie Hill. Recently, these had been scarce as hen’s teeth, objects of bidding wars, and certainly it was impossible to contemplate a prewar 7 for under $3 million. Now, it’s entirely possible. In fact, there are several prewar 8-room apartments [...] Read More