The New York franchise of Keller Williams Realty, one of the nation’s largest real estate companies, will be taking over 22,000 square feet of office space formerly occupied by Tiffany & Co. at 555 Madison Ave. Since its official launch here in April, Keller Williams has grown to 112 agents. The new office, can accommodate nearly triple that number—300 brokers. It... Read More
Photography by: Romanand Williams In the picturesque section of downtown Manhattan, Nolita, 211 Elizabeth Street is a small and stunning luxury condo building that sits on the corner of Elizabeth and Prince Streets. This red-bricked, boutique building was the vision of a former Tony Award winning Broadway producer, Peter Manning and husband and wife Hollywood production designers,... Read More
Matthew L. Goldgrub / Katz & Matz, P.C. By Matthew L. Goldgrub Purchasing an apartment in Manhattan is one of the biggest investments one may make in their lifetime. A critical step in this process is to select a knowledgeable team of attorneys to guide you through the ins and outs of what is often considered a daunting and overwhelming transaction. Like anything else in life,... Read More
Since we returned from Keller Williams’ Family Reunion last month, I’ve shared the excitement and energy from that week and what we learned while there in a few of my blogs. Here’s some other great news–from that one week, we’ve garnered several leads just from following up with the Keller Williams agents we met at Family Reunion. There’s a true benefit to being... Read More
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE QUESTION OF THE WEEK: How do I jumpstart my business when starting a new venture?
Each week I plan to answer a New York real estate question. The above question has come up during conversations with colleagues lately and I thought it was a good one (and very apropos) to begin the series with–I invite your comments and questions. From inquiries about condos to co-ops, when to buy, how important it is to choose the right agent for you and your needs, to... Read More
With everything we have at our disposal as real estate professionals today, those of us who remember the days of buying and selling without all the social media tools are rethinking how we go about generating leads, contacting potential clients and ultimately, doing what our main goals is: To sell real estate. Which is more important–your social skills or your social media... Read More
You’ve found the perfect Manhattan apartment and you’re ready to make an offer. Below are a few things you’ll need to do in order to make the buying process less stressful and more successful! • Determine a budget and get pre-qualified. Your agent can provide you with a list of lenders to choose from; however, it may also a good idea to shop around yourself for the best... Read More