Most at the Top, Least at the Bottom

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One of the most interesting phenomena in the real estate market correction currently underway is that of relative weakness at the top.  In recent history (the last decade or two) the conventional wisdom has been that the rich are always rich, so the part of the market best protected against price attrition will always be the upper […]

Many Thanks to the Tribeca Kids

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Warburg celebrated in Haunted House style our Third Annual Halloween Event, with our brokers playing along for the fun!  Our Egyptian Mummy, Medusa, Vampire, Hunchback, Wednesday Adams and the Wicked Witch of Tribeca amoung some very shady characters.  With great joy we passed out over 300 bags of candy, took photos with the kids and […]

“Change” – to make the future of something different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone.

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The long campaign is over and we have a new President-elect whose promises of “change” for our country signal a new era for our country. For now, the eyes of the nation will be focused on Washington, where the Democrats have strengthened their majority in the House and Senate, and a new adminstration takes over […]

END OF YEAR MUSINGS

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Following are excerpts from my “Manhattan Market Watch” to appear in the December issue of Mann Report Residential.  You’ll find the column in its entirety at  http://www.warburgrealty.com/about/press/353. From “Manhattan Market Watch” for December 2008 Mann Report Residential Year End Musings By Shirley Hackel, Senior Managing Director, Warburg Realty Partnership The world is not coming to an […]