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Fannie Mae offers added flexibility to borrowers

Fannie Mae offers added flexibility to borrowersFor thousands of people across the country who thought they'd never qualify for a mortgage to buy a home, next month could be a key turning point. On Dec ...
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The Bronx Feeding Frenzy

The Bronx feeding frenzyThe sun was shining and the air was crisp when 30 real estate pros from CIM Group, Kushner Real Estate Group, Criterion Group and Mitsui Fudosan boarded a bus idling on Park Avenue bound for the Bronx ...
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Why You Should Always Hire a Professional When Buying or Selling Real Estate

For most people, buying or selling real estate is one of the biggest investments they will make in their lives. With such an important step in their lives, why do people try to sidestep the professional that can help them along the way? Why are so many people penny-wise but dollar-foolish? Unless you are a real estate professional or have studied ...
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Rent Control and Rent Stabilization in a Nutshell

Rent stabilization and rent control laws can be very confusing. However, I went to law school and worked at a nonprofit law firm where I focused on this specific area of law so you wouldn’t have to be confused about this! You’re welcome! Please note that even though I am an attorney this is not legal advice (no attorney-client relation ...
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Exciting Events & Activities to do in NYC this Fall Season

The best things to do in New York this fallThe weather may be cooling down, but New York City's cultural scene is just heating up. This guide will help you find the best things to do in New York this fall, including the hottest Broadway shows, new movies to see, best comedy shows and fall concerts that you need to ...
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A shockingly affordable apartment just opened up on Manhattan’s ‘Billionaires’ Row’

A shockingly affordable apartment just opened up on Manhattan's 'Billionaires' Row' The luxury condominiums that line Manhattan's West 57th Street have earned the nickname "Billionaires' Row." But according to a new listing, you don't have to be a billionaire to live in the ritzy neighborhood. Unit 10G in the Carnegie House (100 West 57th St.) just hit the market for a ...
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Lowline Lab Offers a Glimpse of NYC’s First Underground Park

Lowline Lab Offers a Glimpse of NYC's First Underground ParkInside the Lowline Lab. All photos by Max Touhey for Curbed] Behind the doorway of a hulking, unassuming warehouse on Essex Street, a fascinating-and potentially game-changing-experiment is taking place. This is where you'll find the Lowline Lab, a prototype for an New York City's first underground park, which until now has ...
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New Yorkers Attracted to new, sophisticated Miami

New Yorkers attracted to new, sophisticated Miami: TRD panelIt's no secret that New York and Miami are in an open relationship, but according to a panel of New York power players, the two cities are closer to tying the knot than some might think ...
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Top 10 Biggest Real Estate Projects Coming to NYC

Top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC This month, the big dogs barked loudest. September's largest permit applications were dominated by marquee projects from major developers, with SL Green's One Vanderbilt standing head and shoulders above the rest. The Chetrit Group and Somerset Partners' also made waves with a pair of residential buildings with a combined area exceeding a ...
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