Market Post Corona Virus

So many of us who work in real estate have been looking for the answer to the question of what the market will be like as we come out of the Coronavirus pandemic. Real estate professionals across the country, including those of us in New York City, experienced a robust selling market as we came […]

Avoid Summer Rental Scams

Summer is approaching and many of us are looking to rent a house with a pool especially if summer camp is canceled. With such high demand, rental prices have skyrocketed and unfortunately, there are also people looking to take advantage. That’s why we thought this Brick Underground article about How Not to Get Scammed on a Vacation […]

New York City’s Co-op and Condo Boards

For New York City’s coop and condo boards, it is anything but business as usual during the coronavirus pandemic. Board operations for both condos and coop are affected by multiple executive orders issued by the governor as a result of the coronavirus.  At this point there are 28 executive orders related to the pandemic, and it […]

Why I Love NYC

This pandemic has brought on so many conflicting emotions. I’ve been nervous, anxious, frightened, hopeful, grateful, fortunate, etc. One thing that has made me particularly SAD is that this pandemic is changing perspectives about living in the city.  I grew up in Dix Hills, Long Island. I had a fairly idyllic childhood on Fairfield Drive […]