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How To NYC

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  • Co-Op or Condo: Which one should you buy? By Sarah Cusack | January 25, 2021

    When looking for a new home it can be confusing to know the difference between a co-op and a condo. Even though these two housing options may appear to be similar there are many crucial differences between the two properties that can affect buyers decisions.

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  • Elegran Manhattan Market Update: January 2021 By Jared Antin | January 07, 2021

    The rebound in Manhattan real estate continued throughout December with robust activity. While the market typically slows in December, 2020 saw an uptick in activity when compared to November. The Manhattan market accelerated in Q4 2020, as inventory declined and contract activity increased.

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  • 5 Types of NYC Apartment Buildings By Sarah Cusack | January 05, 2021

    There are many factors to consider while looking to purchase an apartment in the city and one of the biggest but sometimes most overlooked is what type of apartment building you want. Every building offers different services and amenities which can affect your price, location and more. Whether you w

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  • How to Utilize Your Outdoor Space in the Winter By Sarah Cusack | December 22, 2020

    Winter is coming in the Northeast but that does not mean that safe social gatherings need to stop. Utilizing outdoor space can be the key to getting you and your loved ones through this winter while staying happy and healthy. Adding features such as heated lamps or tents can help you continue to soc

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  • The Best Virtual Holiday Shows this Year By Sarah Cusack | December 10, 2020

    There is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by watching a Christmas theater show. While you may not be able to go watch these shows in person this year, there are plenty of amazing shows available to stream online. From dramas to children shows there are so many holiday performances a

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  • Pandemic Creates a Shift in Real Estate By Sarah Cusack | December 03, 2020

    The coronavirus has caused massive changes in almost every part of society, including the real estate market. Having in person showings used to be the standard way to buy and sell homes. But since the coronavirus has made a lot of in person meetings unsafe the real estate market has had to pivot to

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  • How to move to NYC: A crash course to finding an apartment- even in a pandemic By Sarah Cusack | December 01, 2020

    New York City is famous for Broadway, 5th Ave, Central Park and it’s high rent prices. But since the pandemic has led to a large number of people leaving the city more apartments are available now and at lower prices than ever before. Now is the right time for you to start considering moving to NYC

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  • How to give back this Holiday Season By Sarah Cusack | November 19, 2020

    Thanksgiving is always the perfect time to give back to your community. With the pandemic still in full swing there are many people that need help more than ever in New York City. There are many opportunities for you to volunteer whether in person or virtually throughout the city. Take some time to

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  • What to do in NYC this Holiday Season By Sarah Cusack | November 17, 2020

    It’s now the holiday season and normally we would all be expecting to see Santa at the Thanksgiving Day Parade, or go to a Christmas concert. Unfortunately some holiday traditions will need to be put on hold this year but that should not stop anyone from celebrating the holidays this year. With New

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  • When is the best time of the year to buy or sell in New York City? By Sarah Cusack | November 12, 2020

    Normally if you were looking to buy or sell an apartment in New York City the time to do so would have been in the spring or fall. But this has not been a normal year and the pandemic has made ripples across the real estate market. New York City had to go into a shut down during the spring which cau

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