I’m Here to Make NYC Real Estate A Lot Less Frustrating

The New York City real estate market – particularly in Manhattan and Brooklyn – can be quite complex and extremely fast paced. If you’re looking for a home here, then you’ve really got to be knowledgeable about how the market works to take advantage of the best opportunities. That’s what this blog is for – to help you become an educated consumer. I am working to create a place where New Yorkers (and those looking to become New Yorkers) can visit over and over again for helpful information about buying, selling and renting in NYC. I’ll provide my own personal insights as an agent into the NYC real estate market and also provide my personal tips for living in NYC itself.

To get you off on the right foot, I’ve compiled some of my top posts for first timers. Click on the appropriate category for you below to get started.

Tired of renting?

Done with being a renter? Looking to get on the road to homeownership? Then READ THIS!

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Top Links – August 2018

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Lower East Side

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