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What is Elegran Edge? It’s the blog where we bring together the biggest and best stories from our neighborhood blogs and agent blogs. If it’s happening in Manhattan real estate, you can find it here.

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  • How to sell your home faster By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | September 30, 2020

    Selling your home quickly has always been a challenge. If a change in your circumstances means that you need to sell your home urgently, you may feel that COVID-19 has made this an even more difficult task. However, during the current crisis, you may have to work a little differently, but you can still achieve a fast sale by using technology and following the established guidelines.

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  • The Changing Needs of Our Homes in COVID-19 By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | September 25, 2020

    The effects of COVID-19 have resulted in our homes becoming more multifunctional than ever before. With the entire family being essentially confined to the house, making the best possible use of the available space is essential. Our homes have changed from being the place which we return to after doing other things, to the place where we do everything. Now, we need office space to work from home.

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  • The Income Approach: A Better Mousetrap To Property Valuation By Jason Thomas | September 23, 2020

    Elegran Insights has identified a more accurate method for property valuation than the traditional comp method, the Income Approach.

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  • How Technology is Helping Buyers and Sellers By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | September 18, 2020

    The current pandemic is changing how we buy and sell properties. With social distancing and all the other extra precautions that we need to take, you may not feel comfortable receiving prospective buyers in your home or to host an open house. Equally, if you are a buyer, you may not want to risk your health viewing numerous potential properties. Technology has become a vitally important ally in the real estate market. Virtual tours, high definition photos, and live walk-throughs are just some of the aids that are helping get real estate sales on the move again.

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  • Elegran Manhattan Market Update: September 2020 By Jared Antin | September 08, 2020

    August was another active month with increased buyer activity in Manhattan resulting in 25% more contracts signed compared to July. Manhattan supply (non-new development) saw only a 5.2% increase in supply, far less than the robust 27% increase we saw in July.

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  • Jared Antin, Elegran’s Director of Sales, digs through the most up-to-date data so you don’t have to with Urban Digs By Elegran Real Estate | August 28, 2020

    Jared Antin, Elegran's Director of Sales, joined Noah Rosenblatt and John Walkup of UrbanDigs to talk about which buyers are powering the market, which neighborhoods are hot, and how buyers and sellers can get the most out of working with their agent.

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  • Getting Out, While Staying In By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | April 13, 2020

    Typically, New York attracts millions of visitors each year who come to experience the many cultural options that our city offers. However, although we have all this spectacular art and culture right on our doorsteps, many New Yorkers are often just too busy to enjoy it.

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  • Recessions, Recoveries, and COVID-19 By Jules Garcia & Andrew Warren | April 09, 2020

    Most experts agree that we are now in a recession. Whether or not that is the case, it’s important to remember one very important thing: A recession does not mean a housing crisis or “crash” like we saw in 2008; a recession doesn’t necessarily even mean that home prices will depreciate.

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  • NYC Real Estate is Essential, but Showings are Virtual By Dylon Harbottle | April 08, 2020

    After Gov. Andrew Cuomo deemed the real estate business to be non-essential a couple of weeks ago, things have primarily been “on hold” in the property market. However, this week, there is some good news. New York State’s economic arm, The Empire State Development Corporation (ESD), has now declared that the industry is essential and should be allowed to continue to operate.

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  • chris fry image Chris Fry in the News By Elouise Craddock | March 06, 2020

    Chris Fry in the News, find out about the latest deals Chris has worked on such as; MoMA Expansion Tower, 58 Downing Street, 1 Central Park South and more.

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