The Latest and Greatest in Gadgets for Real Estate Professionals – Keller Williams Realty Just Launched its New System, eEdge!
I am constantly fascinated by the technology we have at our fingertips. I don’t know about you but I’m very into all the latest gadgets that make our lives more efficient, streamlined and paperless. As realtors, we’re always on the go and devices and apps that give us info and help us organize that data is priceless. Keller Williams is an organization that is determined to stay ahead of the power curve when it comes to helping its agents.... Read More
Cassa Hotel and Residences, New York, NY / Photography by Evan Joseph Times Square, MOMA, Versace, Cartier, Ferragamo, Rockefeller Center and the Theatre District; all world-renown venues that define the hustle-bustle, excitement that defines New York City, are just steps away from the Cassa Hotel and Residences. This 166-unit hotel opened 57 residential condo units last year. Cassa provides residents with everything a five-star, luxury hotel considers... Read More
I don’t know about you, but it’s distressing to hear negative news about the housing market. For the past two or three years, we’ve heard that type of information and how people are “underwater” in their mortgages. Is it all true or are we victims of information overload? Yes, there are certain areas of the country that are still suffering from a down housing market. A recent Crain’s article reported that “Nevada leads the nation... Read More
We’ve been hearing for the past few years such bad news; record unemployment, housing prices falling, the number of foreclosures in some markets increasing and the ever-present political bickering that the media informs us of on a constant basis. The message is we are divided and things are going to get worse before they get better. But are they? I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for some good news. I was reading this past Sunday’s New... Read More
This past Tuesday marked a dramatic change in the country’s political landscape when Republicans gained control of the House of Representatives. How will this affect the housing market? Let’s weigh in on a few concerns and predictions. Conservatives want no government involvement in mortgages, letting the market dictate while Democrats favor government keeping a close watch on lenders. What everyone seems to agree with is that no one knows for... Read More
Closing of Multi-Million Dollar Luxury Manhattan Condo in New York’s Premier Residence Indicates Steady Growth Despite Sluggish Economy NEW YORK, NY – October 28, 2010 — The Bracha Group, a luxury real estate group of Prudential Elliman in New York City, sold a three-bedroom, three and half bath condominium at 15 Central Park West, one of Manhattan’s newest premier parkside dwellings last Thursday, October 7, 2010. Ilan Bracha, Managing... Read More
A recent CNN article titled “Are Things Really Getting Better” was published with a plethora of useful data that can help us visualize where the market stands today. It was a good source to gain some clearer insight to the real estate market and the economy in general. The graphs and data provided touch on the topics of GDP, employment, housing, inflation, manufacturing, spending, stocks, and lengths of historic recessions. The more relevant... Read More