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Real estate information and consumer reports about buying and selling apartments and townhouses in the complex Manhattan real estate market.

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2011 

New York State court recently ruled that e-mails can carry the same weight as traditional contracts. In New York real estate transactions, a contract is not binding until it is a fully executed contract signed by both buyer and seller. A court ruling may be a game changer. In a recent commercial ...
02/22/2011
Broadway is the busiest boulevard on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Everything happens on The Boulevard. Upper Broadway, the hub of the Upper West Side architecturally is an eclectic mix of pre war buildings with modern luxury full service buildings. The most famous condo on Broadway,The Anso...
02/09/2011
Define Your Wants Versus Your Needs. Making a list of wants and needs before beginning the search for a home can make the entire process less overwhelming. Insist on your needs. Hope for your wants. Check your credit rating and get pre-approved for a mortgage.  Being approved for a mortgage is cr...
02/06/2011
  New York Governor Andrew Cuomo released his 2011-12 Executive Budget yesterday. The proposed budget closes a $10 billion deficit without raising taxes or borrowing, honoring a campaign promise. Kudos to the Governor for seeking to change these spending practices that take no account of actual ...
02/03/2011
  Buildings with flip tax exempt from proposed FHFA ruling that would have restricted financing Sigh of relief for NYC’s residential real estate industry REBNY members warned legislators of proposed ruling’s crippling impact Yesterday, the Federal Housing Agency published a proposed rule that wo...
02/02/2011
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