034 Keeping Your Cool in a Hot Market

034 Keeping Your Cool in a Hot Market

You’ve been living in NYC for quite some time or maybe you always just love coming here at every chance. Either way, you have decided you want NYC to be either your primary or second home and decide to start looking. You have searched online for a...


You’ve been living in NYC for quite some time or maybe you always just love coming here at every chance. Either way, you have decided you want NYC to be either your primary or second home and decide to start looking. You have searched online for a while and know exactly where you want to live and what you want to spend. You start looking at properties and then apartment after apartment you find that there are multiple offers or properties going to a best and final immediately. You realize if you’re going to make this dream a reality of buying a home you will have to make a decision in a very pressure-filled market. Today we are talking about how to keep your head together and get that apartment when you hadn’t prepared for this emotionally. 

 

Buying or selling real estate in New York City is not for the faint of heart, some might even call it a contact sport. With the advent of the internet, home shopping has never been so accessible to so many. With a limited supply of properties (we do all live on an island), there will be many chasing after those rare offerings. Working with a knowledgeable broker either on the buy or sell-side will help guide you through the process and help alleviate some of that stress.

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