Happy Thankgiving! I am extremely thankful for the opportunity to write this blog, and I appreciate every read, email, comment and subscription. I wish you a wonderful day filled with food, friends, family and fun!…and naps. With Gratitude, Eirik
As a real estate salesperson I find the psychology of decision-making fascinating. On a somewhat unrelated note, I am also a sucker for old game shows from the ’70s and ’80s. As a young child I dreamed of engaging in witty banter with Peter Tomarken and avoiding “Whammies” on Press Your Luck, longed for the opportunity […]
I am often asked by buyers, “Why does the seller care about my down payment amount? As long as I am satisfying the building’s down payment requirement, and the bank has approved the loan, aren’t they getting their money at the closing table whether I ‘put down’ 20%, 50% or 100%?” It is a very reasonable […]
Any prior explanation of this exercise could ruin its effectiveness, so grab the nearest calculator and enjoy the ride! Think of a number between 1 and 10. Multiply that number by 2 (don’t hesitate to begin using your calculator now…no judging!) Add 8 to your new number. Divide that number by 2 . (don’t you wish […]
For the last two years I have used my blog as a way to educate my readers on various facets of New York City Real Estate. However, today I use it for a much more personal purpose. At the end of this month, I will be leaving Cooper & Cooper Real Estate to pursue the next big step in my life and career. Before I address where I am going and what I plan to do, I think it is appropriate to address where I’ve come from and what I have done.