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VR is Changing Real Estate

VR is Changing Real Estate

The newly introduced, commercial technology of virtual reality is starting to spread into other markets. Specifically, real estate is beginning to utilize virtual reality to its advantage. Real estate groups are now using virtual reality to help potential buyers find...
Should I Live in East Manhattan?

Should I Live in East Manhattan?

Life in East Manhattan has been glamorized throughout the decades as ideal, everyday New York City living. The East Village and the Lower East Side, are prime locations for affordable living in the heart of the city. There have been some changes to this part of NYC...
Why Are Millennials Moving to Bushwick?

Why Are Millennials Moving to Bushwick?

  Brooklyn is one of the most popular and densest boroughs in New York City. Yet, it is the northern neighborhood of Brooklyn called Bushwick that is attracting young people to live there. There has been a clear change socially and economically within this new,...
5 Reasons to Move to Long Island City (While You Can)

5 Reasons to Move to Long Island City (While You Can)

Like many places in NYC, Long Island City (LIC) was once farmland. Its history as such is as recent as the 1920s. Since then, it had become known for its factories and warehouses, like Wonton Foods, Inc., which is the largest manufacturer of fortune cookies (among...

Why East Harlem is the Next Big Move in NYC

It’s no secret, New York City’s housing market is booming. And despite continued growth in places like Brooklyn, Queens and, most recently, the Bronx, the city’s flagship borough which also bears its beloved New York, NY name, Manhattan, remains one of the hottest...

5 Reasons Why Inwood is NYC’s Best Kept Secret

Located on the far north-end of Manhattan, Inwood may seem out of the way for most in the city. After all, for those who live in Outer boroughs that aren’t the Bronx, anything above midtown is rarely ever explored. Yet given the relative small size of Manhattan,...

What We Know About The Plans To Renovate Penn Station

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo recently revealed plans to renovate Manhattan’s Penn Station. Originally created in 1910 but rebuilt over 50 years ago, the city’s largest intercity rail station is set to undergo a major renovation project, for which the...

Cash Or Mortgage: Which Is Better?

A place in which you’re interested is for sale. You go check it out, it’s great and you gotta have it, but you’re not alone; if it’s something worth having; it’s likely that there are a few others who feel the same. In this case, how do you make your offer? You could...

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