Archives for October 2020

So, You’re Getting Divorced? What You Need to Do About Your Estate Plan By: Jordan

October 27, 2020 | Estate Planning

It’s an understatement to say that divorce is a life changing event. Clearly, there are obvious legal challenges which are typically handled through your matrimonial attorney. You might have consulted with a real estate...

Read Full Post

Why New York Will Rise Again

September 28, 2020 | Real Estate

New York city will rise again because there is no place like NYC. The pessimists say that the city will never come back. However, one thing the pessimists fail to consider is how much...

Read Full Post

Clues to The Post-Pandemic Real Estate Market

September 28, 2020 | Real Estate

Location is an incredibly important factor for buyers when considering their dream home. People tend to value close proximities to their offices, their children’s school, and to their respective social circles. This ultimately means...

Read Full Post

New York City’s Offices Are Empty, How to Gamble on a Recovery

September 28, 2020 | Real Estate

It is unquestionable that the forced shutdown by COVID-19 sent devastating shockwaves throughout New York City. While some markets are steadily recovering, the commercial real estate market still has a long way to go...

Read Full Post

4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Buying Real Estate in 2020

September 28, 2020 | Real Estate

COVID-19 resulted in many of us overlooking the possibility that a large number of employees will work remotely well into 2021 and possibly even 2022. Currently, only 120,000 of the City’s office workers have...

Read Full Post

What to Do if Facing Eviction

July 14, 2020 | Landlord-Tenant

COVID-19 still impacting New York City and many are left with questions on what to do if they are evicted after Executive Order 202.28 expires on August 20, 2020. Expiring eviction freezes like Executive...

Read Full Post

What Will Happen to Large NYC Rents?

July 14, 2020 | Landlord-Tenant

When the stay at home orders were put on the city in March, much of the life and energy that made New York City was sucked away. People opted to “weather the storm” outside...

Read Full Post

What COVID-19 has done to New Development

July 14, 2020 | Landlord-Tenant

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a wrench in many long-term plans and new developments are no exception. New developments such as those in in Long Island City, Queens, a place where there was great...

Read Full Post

Real Estate & The Future of Work

July 14, 2020 | Real Estate

With the COVID-19 pandemic spiking in many states across the USA this past month, it has left our country with the impending question of what the future holds for everyone? Many believe that a...

Read Full Post

COVID-19 Pandemic Pushing People to Suburbs, Apartment Deals More Common

July 14, 2020 | Real Estate

Many New York City residents are moving into surrounding suburbs and exurbs in efforts to escape the coronavirus hotspot. What does this mass exodus mean for New York City real estate? The demand for...

Read Full Post