A CITY REAWAKENING

A CITY REAWAKENING On a recent walk through NoMad – up Fifth Avenue, west on 29th Street, up 6th Avenue, east on 30th Street, and so on – something was amiss. Over the past several months, on similarly oriented routes through the neighborhood, there was a deadness, a...

REOPENING AND REAL ESTATE: A STABILIZING PICTURE

REOPENING AND REAL ESTATE: A STABILIZING PICTURE On July 6th, after nearly 4 months of being morally obliged and governmentally encouraged to remain in our homes, Gov. Andrew Cuomo distributed updated guidelines to real estate agents across New York State, allowing...

MARKET CONDITIONS AND PRICES OF MANHATTAN REAL ESTATE MOVING FORWARD

MARKET CONDITIONS AND PRICES OF MANHATTAN REAL ESTATE MOVING FORWARD While economists look into their crystal bowls and speculate/predict post apocalyptic like scenarios for global economies, we owe it to ourselves to sit back, filter out the noise surrounding us and...

APPRAISALS IN THE AGE OF COVID 19

APPRAISALS IN THE AGE OF COVID 19 With virtual properties tours and 3D floor plans being the norm in the era of Covid 19 at least for the near future, appraisers also have had to make adjustments in the way they conduct their business. Since access to buildings and...

LIVING AND WORKING IN THE SHADOW OF A PANDEMIC

LIVING AND WORKING IN THE SHADOW OF A PANDEMIC Regardless of the state of the economy, through every crisis and now a pandemic, some buyers need to buy and sellers need to sell. In the midst of escalating concerns about the spread of COVID-19, New York Real Estate has...

HOME

HOME My early memories of home are from when I was 12 years old living in Mumbai, India. One afternoon, after school, my father sent our family car to bring me to his office. My father owned his own business and was always at work so this was a rare treat for me to...