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The New York Real Estate market has been very attractive to foreign investors as one of the superior returns in the investment market. According to various Real Estate Brokerages, there was a decrease in foreign buyers in New York over the last couple of years and especially during the lockdown. Speak with an experienced Manhattan...
Unlike purchasing other types of property in New York City, a co-op is not the purchase of a piece of real property but buying a share of a corporation that owns and manages the building. In exchange, you get the use of an apartment as part of that transaction. Consequently, the board that governs the...
Buying real estate in NYC offers several options. When it comes to apartments, purchasers will generally have the choice between purchasing a co-op or a condo. While they make look similar, the structure of the transaction and ownership are very different, and depending on your needs, owning a condo can have significant advantages over owning...
Buying real estate in New York City can be overwhelming and confusing. Depending on where you want to live in the city, you will most likely be looking at apartment housing in the form of co-ops or condos. While condos are more common in other areas of the country, here in New York City, 75...
Real estate investment in New York comes in many forms, giving investors a variety of options. Some investment opportunities require substantial oversight, while others do not. Additionally, real estate investment involves many tax considerations, and investors are typically looking for an option that will limit tax liability, which is where the 1031 exchange comes in....
If you are purchasing property in New York City, you are probably already aware of what a costly venture it is. Not only are you looking at the cost of the property itself, but you are also responsible for closing costs, especially if you will be financing the property.  Closing costs will involve everything from...

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