Broker Fee: Is It Worth Paying?

 

Where do you place yourself with interaction on brokers? While we have heard some horror stories, some brokers are helpful too. Here are some tips that may help you to find a perfect broker. Apartment Therapy describes some ways as to deal with your broker. Let’s have a look at them: Hire a broker who is [...]

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Environmentally Friendly Buildings NYC: Nike Fieldhouse Stores

 

Here at NY Real Estate Buzz, we are a huge supporter of environmentally friendly buildings in NYC. This week, we will be featuring Nike Fieldhouse Store in Flatiron. Certified in early 2014 for ID+C: Retail v2009, the sportswear giant achieved full points for; Sustainable Sites Development density and community connectivity Energy & Atmosphere Optimize energy [...]

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Recently Divorced? Top 5 Areas for New Divorcees in NY

 

Dealing with a divorce is never easy. The good news is that New York is the perfect place for the newly single to live, work and enjoy life. Whether you’re a city dweller or prefer to live away from the crowds, there’s a neighborhood out there that’s perfect for you. These five options are all [...]

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LowLine Kickstarter: An Underground Park on NYC’s Lower East Side

 

Delancy Underground, or the The Lowline, was a 2012 Kickstarter brought forward for the brain child of Dan Barasch and James Ramsey in New York City. The concept is simple – build an underground park for the community! The Kickstarter was started to help transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant [...]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Renting Out A Property!

 

Renting out your property, either apartment or home, can be stressful and time consuming. It’s important to take the right steps forward, from selecting a Property Agent, researching prospective tenants, signing leases, maintaining the properties, and optimizing your building energy rating. Thankfully, we have a handy infographic for Landlords and Property owners that can help [...]

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A Sneek Peak Into The 9/11 Museum, Opening In May

 

There has been a lot of buzz going on about the opening of the 9/11 Museum. The museum, located at the base of the authentic World Trade Center towers, has gone through many opening delays due to financial issues, technical problems and even by a flood. But eventually, the museum will be opening mid-May this [...]

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