iPad + Real Estate-a bit on my why this is a good match

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I originally wrote this just before the new iPad 2 was officially available for sale several weeks ago.I have found my iPad to be an excellent compliment to being a highly mobile real estate agent-allowing me to answer and address more questions,whether I am working with buyers,sellers,tenants or landlords, without having to ‘go back to the […]

Epicurean East Harlem

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New Yorkers have many passions-but one thing that I have found over the years that always creates lots of animated discussion-food ! (and shopping of course). When I am out and about with friends or clients,on the quest for their perfect NYC home,our discussions often turn to dining options,or local options for shopping. My friends […]

Is A Sentiment Shift On NYC’s Horizon: The Death of Delayed Purchase Gratification

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With the Spring sales season soon upon us, many are wondering whether we will yet again see the robust activity we saw this time last year.  Without being overly optimistic, the answer to this question may well be “yes”.  You may have heard, or even experienced, that inventory continues to be quite tight, which generally […]

Is BIGGER better?

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  Of course I am talking about the size of the company your Broker works for, what else would I be talking about! The Asent of Small Guys is a NY Times piece pitting the boutique Real Estate companies against the Goliaths. The article takes on several positions from personal attention for clients with smaller […]

All Around The Town

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ALL AROUND THE TOWN Ok. So you’ve decided to take the plunge and purchase a New York City apartment, but don’t have a clue where to look.  Over my years of experience as a real estate broker, I have found that the best approach is to make a list of priorities before you even go […]