It sounds like the name of a third-rate rom-com, but the move-in date is actually one of the most important parts of signing a lease, and probably the single thing that you’ll always be able to negotiate. Continue reading Renters Guide: The Move-in Date
One of the main things you need to figure out before searching a NYC apartment is what kind of apartment is right for you. To do that, you need to know what is the difference between three fundamental NYC property types: condos, co-ops, and condops. Continue reading New York City Real Estate: Co-ops vs. Condos vs. Condops
Are you thinking about buying your first home in New York City? Congratulations! If you’re considering taking a mortgage and all the financial terminology is new to you, we have this easy-to-digest guide to help you out. Continue reading Everything You Need to Know Before Getting Your First Mortgage
Your first New York City apartment is unforgettable. It could be the beginning of a new chapter of your professional career, mark the end of college, or maybe it’s just time to move out of your parents’ house. With so many options, how do you choose the right apartment for you? Let’s explore. Continue reading Your First NYC Apartment: Studio or One Bedroom?
u rented your first apartment in NYC (CONGRATULATIONS!), but also just paid the first month’s rent and a security deposit. Not so sure you have any money left for furnishing your new place? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Continue reading The Most Affordable Ways to Furnish Your First NYC Apartment
Living in Brooklyn can mean many things, but living in Bay Ridge is as “Real Brooklyn” as a neighborhood gets. Full of families, beautiful views and incredible homes. Let’s explore why Bay Ridge should be your next home in Brooklyn. Continue reading Eight Reasons Why Your Next Home Should be in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
You might be thinking, do I really need to spend an extra $20 a month on something that I’ll never use? — until you do. Here is everything you need to know about renters insurance in New York City. Continue reading Renting 101: The Beginners Guide to Home Renters Insurance
> One out of two homes on the market in Brooklyn are within 0.1 miles (roughly one Manhattan block) of a construction site, according to an analysis by Localize.city > Citywide, roughly 40 percent of properties on the market are near construction sites — many of which have not even broken ground yet > Brooklyn neighborhoods … Continue reading Moving to a New Home? Don’t Let Jackhammers Surprise You After You Unpack