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That’s what I see when I look at this $ 47,500,000.00 listing in Manhattan. This listing has 7 baths and 5 beds located right on 5th Avenue in the Upper East Side; developed by Extell Development and marketed by Corcoran. The building is called The Stanhope. This has to be one of the least...
What should be the lag time to follow up to an email lead on your listing? Is it 1 hour, 2 hours, next day, or 3 weeks?! 3 weeks! As a test I filled out a contact form for a new condo development in NYC (a National recognized condo developer) and in the message box I wrote this, “I am ready to ...
In reviewing our agent and broker registrations on condoDomain.com the numbers have shot through the roof more than 150%. The real estate professionals (YOU) are adapting to new technologies and because of this, condoDomain.com now hosts hundreds of condos and lofts in 33 urban markets for c...
I was surfing new development websites in Chicago yesterday and came across the Trump Chicago Towers website. As I listened and watched the flash intro...the music caught my attention, and I knew I have heard that music before. Well...in Dallas, TX - a massive urban community development; lead ...
Kevin J. Ahearn, President of Otis & Ahearn, Inc., has been selling and marketing residential property in downtown Boston for over 29 years. Otis & Ahearn has 3 downtown, general brokerage office locations, Back Bay, Charlestown and Waterfront / North End. Otis & Ahearn is the only re...
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In an ever-growing world of "Search" on the Internet, marketing your company, your listings and yourself has never been more important. With more than 77% of all homebuyers searching for housing online, marketing to these individuals has clearly become the focus for most real estate age...
The Chicago ultra luxury market hasn't slowed down one bit. Chicago has had 47 homes priced at $4M + close in 2006 and nationally sales are up 11% for homes over $5M. "People don't purchase a luxury home because they need a roof over their heads," said Paul Boomsma, who heads ...