Whether you're considering purchasing a or selling a home, it pays to look at the numbers.
If you're considering selling, then you'll want to find out the approximate value of your home, and whether what you would collect from a sale would allow you to finance wherever your path in life will take you next. In addition to the knowledge and personal service of a local real estate agent, there's also a wealth of websites that can help you get an idea of what your home might sell for. Zillow's Zestimate and Realtor.com are two websites that ordinarily give homeowners decent estimated values for their abodes.
If you're considering purchasing, then you'll want to start your search with a trusted mortgage broker. If you have an idea of how much you'll be able to spend before looking for a home, then you'll create the opportunity for a much more efficient and enjoyable search.
Labor Day is behind us and it's nearly official: summer has drawn to a close. Still, we're not sure whether more great things can be said about New York City summers or the cool down in to autumn.
In this time in between, when the heat is not quite as intense, yet the leaves haven't changed just yet, it's not uncommon to begin thinking about what the last quarter of the year may bring.
If you've recently considered purchasing or selling real estate in New York City, then we'd like to personally invite you to reach out to our office. While we've enjoyed showing apartments beneath the bright and high June, July, and August sun, we believe the next four months create a special time for real estate in the city.
Just imagine enjoying your first Thanksgiving and holiday season in your new home. The snow is falling outside and while you haven't quite found the time to unpack, the boxes and boxes in the corner of...