The Best Dog for Your NYC Apartment

Are you a big fan of dogs? If yes, perhaps you can’t live a life without them. On the other hand, what if you need to move to a New York City apartment for school or work? Knowing the best dog breeds for apartments is important before you get a dog for your apartment. Living […]

Winter is here, and it’s the best time to find an apartment in NYC

If you’re looking for a new rental, now is the best time to find it. With the holidays looming just around the corner (read: next few days), no one really wants to be moving during this season unless it’s absolutely necessary. Despite the weather being a little less pleasant this time of year, there really […]

Notorious NYC Property Management: Douglas Elliman Property Management

NY Real Estate Buzz wants to talk about that aspect of NYC Real Estate that just irks the crowd: Notorious NYC Property Management Companies! – you know what we are talking about. Those awful experiences with a real estate company during your grueling search for an apartment. Those experiences where all you want is a roof over […]

Notorious NYC Property Management: LC Lemle Real Estate Group

NY Real Estate Buzz wants to talk about that aspect of NYC Real Estate that just irks the crowd: Notorious NYC Property Management Companies! – you know what we are talking about. Those awful experiences with a real estate company during your grueling search for an apartment. Those experiences where all you want is a roof over […]

New York Home-Buying Tips and Guidelines

Although properties in New York City can be pretty expensive, there are still ways for a decent amount of people to invest in them and to have their own home. In many cases homes the prices on the market can be devastating, up to and more than $500,000 at times. The more time passes, the […]

The Smallest, Saddest Apartment in NYC

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About six weeks ago I wrote about the horror of trying to find a New York City apartment, and discovering the multitude of tiny apartments. Thankfully I never came across one quite this bad… it’s smaller than a prison cell. Seriously. Located at 1F and 2F 14 Convent Avenue, between 127th and 128th streets in […]

Environmentally Friendly Building NYC: Tribeca Green

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Each week, NY Real Estate Buzz features an unique, environmentally friendly building in NYC. This week, we will be featuring  Tribeca Green. Located at 325 North End Avenue, Battery Park City Tribeca Green is one of the greenest rental listings in Manhattan, earning a Gold LEED Certification in 2006 with 39 points. Designed by architect […]

Nestio: The All-Rounder Apartment Hunting App

By G+ Author: Victoria Grenden. We all know how frustrating apartment hunting can be. From viewings to land lords to mounds of paperwork it can be hard for both renters and landlords alike to keep track of everything. Well, we may have found a solution! Nestio combines a web and mobile system to organize all […]

How the Rich Get a Big Real Estate Tax Break

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The rarefied few who can afford to shell out tens of millions of dollars for an apartment in one of the gleaming new condominiums being built across New York City may be searching for luxury, but in some cases they will find an unexpected perk: a break on real estate taxes that can mean tax bills as low as […]

The Right Way to File a Claim on Apartment Insurace

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Wolfy Hopeless If you’re like most people, you renew your passport more often than you file an insurance claim on your renter’s, co-op or condo insurance. “Many people go for years without filing a claim,” says New York City apartment insurance broker Jeff Schneider of Gotham Brokerage. “Others may have an incident every 3 or 4 years. […]

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