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How Much Home Can You Buy With Your Income?

Miller Samuel President and CEO Jonathan Miller discusses the U.S. housing market. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Carl Riccadonna also speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)    

Board Talk

BOARD TALK Frederick Peters  |  President, Warburg Realty There is a widening gap between the price of co-ops and the price of new condominiums. While much of this has to do with the ease involved in purchasing something utterly new, there is also a considerable benefit in the eyes of many buyers to the fact that they do not need to contemplate ...

Love at First Sight

Love at First Sight Frederick Peters  |  President, Warburg Realty Real estate is a love-at-first-sight business. More often than not buyers respond viscerally one way or another within 30 to 60 seconds after they walk into a property. The subsequent 20 to 30 minutes of the showing either bolster or contradict that initial impression, but it ...

Is It Better to Buy or Rent?

By Kevin Quealy and Archie Tse Whether renting is better than buying depends on many factors, particularly how fast prices and rents rise and how long you stay in your home. Compare the costs of buying and renting a home using the calculator. The calculator keeps a running tally of the most common expenses of owning and renting. It also takes into ...

6 hurdles that can stand between you and your mortgage–and what to do about them

By Mayra David If you’re looking to buy a NYC apartment, there’s a decent chance you are also in the market for a mortgage. We asked some experts to spot some of the most common hurdles tripping up NYC buyers these days and give us their suggestions for overcoming them. 1. Being self-employed or having an irregular income 2. An insufficient ...

Real Estate Q & A

By  JAY ROMANO Q I own a third-floor condominium in Westchester County that has a nice view over a garden behind the building. A few years ago, the condo board planted some trees in the garden. The trees have now grown so tall and wide that they are starting to block my view. One reason for buying the apartment was the view. Do I have any right to ...

In a Seller’s Market Every Minute Counts

By MICHELLE HIGGINS The rules of engagement for buying an apartment in the city have changed. Negotiation, brokers say, is no longer part of the equation. Forget about taking time to mull over your decision. Serious buyers need to be prepared to pounce. And while lots of cash has always helped, it’s now more important than ever, as sellers select ...

Green Goes Mainstream for New Homes

By: CECILIE ROHWEDDER David and Martha Gurzick bought their new home for its historic neighborhood and closeness to the cafes and antique stores of downtown Frederick, Md. The Gurzicks live in a so-called net-zero energy house—a home so energy-efficient that over the course of a year, its electricity consumption is expected to be zero. The four-bedroom ...
Shannon-Hawaii

Shannon Feliciano Jr

Shannon Feliciano Jr At 24 years of age and mutli-million dollars in closed escrow`s show`s that Shannon has a passion in helping Hawaii families with their real estate needs. My experience in real estate industry at a young age has given me the opprotunity to serve my clients with the best service possible.   Read more articles by Shannon Felinciano ...