Home Warranty Plans Could Be Tempting But Are They Viable?

Home warranties are one of the more controversial forms of insurance. To an idealist, they’re a perfect way to bring peace of mind. In exchange for say, $400 per year, you’re guaranteed that you will have a technician to fix any breakdowns in your home appliances or systems. Continue Reading →

Navigating Harlem’s Housing Market

The overextended luxury market has made prices of two-bedroom houses in New York City to drop finally. Continue Reading →

Another Harlem Church Demolished To Be Redeveloped Into Seven Story Apartments

A Harlem church is redeveloping into a mixed-use building that will feature apartments and a new space for the congregation, according to plans filed recently with the city. Continue Reading →

The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Fixer Upper From Harlem To Hollywood

First time home buyers and do-it-yourself enthusiasts often dream of buying a fixer-upper – a rundown house that is otherwise perfect. Continue Reading →

How To Build A Sustainable Real Estate Portfolio

Investors and buyers alike are becoming increasingly interested in properties that are both sustainable and innovative; mostly brought on by society’s changing attitudes towards the world that we live in and the importance of planning for tomorrow rather than just living in the today. Continue Reading →

A Beginners Guide To Investing In Real Estate

One of the main reasons that people decide to invest in real estate is to secure their future, and this can be a very effective way to do so, if you go about it the right way. Continue Reading →

How To Find Your Perfect Home From Harlem To Hollywood

Are you looking for your perfect home? Buying a house is a huge life moment and one that you will never forget, but it can also be incredibly stressful to try and find the right property and one that ticks all of the boxes – this is amplified if you are in a rush to try and find somewhere to live. Continue Reading →

B.P. Brewer Forms Task Force To Assist Churches, Mosques And Synagogues With Real-Estate Challenges

Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer announced today the formation of a task force composed of faith leaders, nonprofit housing developers, and historic preservationists to develop resources to help churches, synagogues, and mosques better manage their real estate challenges. Continue Reading →


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