Have you ever calculated how an increase in mortgage interest rates actually affects your purchase in real dollars?
I have lived in ground floor apartments in NYC for the last fourteen years. In fact, we recently purchased another apartment on the – wait for it – yes, the first floor. We move in later this month, which means we are committed to first floor living for the foreseeable future – and we love […]
Time for a little holiday levity! I think the following picture* sums it up pretty well. To all of my buyers, sellers, appraisers and tax assessors, a very Happy Holidays! YOUR HOME AS SEEN BY… *credit to @LOFMath for the original image and post
The 2020 Fiscal Year Budget has been adopted and includes significant changes to state Transfer Taxes and the Mansion Tax. So, what is the impact on buyer and sellers in NYC?
Originally posted on Unreal Estate:
It is that time of year again! Spring is here and the rental market is heating up. As New Yorkers reluctantly re-enter the market, and tens of thousands of new hires, relos, students, etc. start their apartment search, a refresher on Good Faith Deposits can’t hurt! I originally posted this…
“Without heroes, we are all plain people, and don’t know how far we can go.” — Bernard Malamud Thank you to our Veterans for protecting our country and preserving our rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. On this day and EVERY DAY we appreciate your service and bravery! Eirik, UnReal Estate
The following article was written by the fine folks at Weidenbaum & Harari, LLP – an excellent real estate law firm in New York City. I have been enthusiastically recommending my buyers and sellers to Barry Weidenbaum for a decade and plan to continue doing so for the next decade to come. This – along with every article on their site – is a great read and worthwhile information for any co-op purchaser, so I thought it would be beneficial to my readers. Thank you Barry and enjoy the article!