NYC Foreclosures

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Because of the recent uptick in NYC foreclosures, I began doing some research on the types of foreclosures taking place in the city and the process of purchasing a foreclosure. In the attached link, I discuss some of the risks of and obstacles to purchasing foreclosure at auction. I have gathered my information from attorneys specializing […]

Green Light for Earth Day and Electronics Recycling

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In commemoration of Earth Day, April 22, 2010, The Lower East Side Ecology Center (www.lesecologycenter.org ) in conjunction with Con Ed and 6 electronics manufacturers is collecting used electronics for recycling. You can bring any working or non-working computer, monitors, printer, scanner, keyboards, mice, cables, TVs, VCR, DVD players, audio/visual equipment, phones and PDAs to […]

Warburg Realty First Quarter 2010 Market Review

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New York City’s real estate market came dramatically back to life during the first quarter of 2010. As buyers and sellers grew more in sync regarding value, absorption increased.  Demand outstripped supply in several areas of the market, fueling competitive bidding. Many of the areas of the city which were hardest hit during the recession, […]

Why Getting Your Building Approved May Be Tougher Than Getting You Approved For A Mortgage

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! Many buyers today will tell you that getting a mortgage is tougher than ever, great credit score and all.  Whether with respect to a co-op, condo or new developments, it seems there is a new hoop through which to jump each and every day.  I thought I would outline therefore the reasons behind this […]