Thinking Green with NYC Property Renovations: A Proposal

In a recent report compiled from data gathered by the US Energy Information Administration, the Census Bureau, and the Carbon Disclosure Project, NYC ranks last among the top 40 most environmentally sustainable cities. The top ranking cities were Seattle and San...

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Brooklyn Properties Are Opening New Opportunities for Investors

A shift is sweeping through Brooklyn Properties and opening up new opportunities for investors. Brooklyn properties are being rezoned, and investors who act fast and time acquisitions can purchase commercial real estate with positive equity potential and the ability...

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Transitional Properties Are Goldmine’s for NYC Investors

With the real estate market in NYC providing more options to property investors, transitional properties are rising in popularity. Once thought of as risky investments, transitional properties are providing lucrative investment opportunities for New York commercial real estate investors. What...

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Long Island Property Investors: Building Your Network

Long Island property investors are currently in a very lucrative market. House flips, multifamily rentals, industrial properties, adaptive re-use, and more are all on the rise. But in order to get access to the best listings and prices, Long...

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Brooklyn Property Investors See Benefits of Tax Laws

The announcement of the overhaul of the tax laws at the end of 2017 created some very polarized opinions. Many people did not think that the new tax laws would offer any benefits to individuals. Business owners to the...

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Using Fix and Flip Loans in Westchester County to Maximize Revenue

The house flipping market in Weschester County has skyrocketed over the past few years. With the availability of foreclosure properties and people relocating for work. Now is the best time for those on the fence about investing in commercial...

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New York Tenant Improvement Allowances: A Basic Guide

Tenant Improvement Allowances (TIA) have been getting a lot of attention lately. Across the country and especially in New York, TIAs have risen since the start of 2018. For commercial real estate investors, New York Tenant Improvement Allowances. For...

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NY Commercial Real Estate Loans: Reasons for Rejections

NY commercial real estate markets are booming throughout the state. From simple renovations to flipping houses, to grand construction projects, New York investors are generating revenue hand over fist. Yet despite a healthy market backed by a strong economy,...

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Bidding Wars and NY Real Estate Investments: The Only Winning Move

You’ve found the perfect New York property. You can get it for a great price, make easy renovations, and flip the home for a nice profit. Suddenly, you are informed that another potential buyer has similar plans, and they’ve...

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NY Construction: Keeping Large Projects on Track

NY construction projects come in all shapes and sizes. Smaller projects may involve renovating or expanding existing structures. Larger projects may involve demolition followed by construction from the ground up. Regardless of size, having adequate capital to cover labor,...

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