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Selling Combined Apartments

If you combined two apartments and are now putting that combination on the market, you need to be aware of a few things. Make sure you have all the paperwork necessary. This includes records of the condo or coop approval and confirmation that the application to combine the apartments was approved by the NYC Department . . . → Read More: Selling Combined Apartments

Do You Have a Will?

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The first time you buy real estate – no matter your age – it makes you feel like an adult. I’ve had clients say this to me many times.

So you have a home now. Maybe you have kids already or some on the way.

What’s your plan for . . . → Read More: Do You Have a Will?

New Construction in Brooklyn

It seems like everywhere you look in Brooklyn – from the Atlantic Yards to Fort Greene to Williamsburg – residential towers are going up. Some of these are rentals and some are sales, and some experts are predicting a glut in the market. Does this mean that you should wait to buy? Unfortunately there is . . . → Read More: New Construction in Brooklyn

The Perfect Five and a Half Hour Closing

We are used to a world where everything is quick and easy. Closings do not have to be quick or easy to be smooth and effective.

I recently headed a closing for a client who had 3 loans on 3 different properties. Each loan was with a separate bank. We consolidated the three mortgages into . . . → Read More: The Perfect Five and a Half Hour Closing