Cleanliness can’t be overstated and many home buyers are still uneasy about finger foods or even lingering too long in someone else’s house.
The West Side neighborhood once known as the printing district is now the site of lots of new development. But housing is still slightly less expensive than in nearby areas.
Agents say members-only outposts offer networking, social clout.
Feeling not "established enough for a co-op board," an East Village renter searched one-bedroom apartments in newer buildings. By the time he found one, it was a home for two.
Seldom does a trend these days stick around for longer than a few weeks before a neologism replaces the one before it, permeating the halls of TikTok or Instagram and causing all of us to second guess what was once considered mainstream — only to then swap a coveted wardrobe staple for the latest passing fad.
Platform reduces penalty after backlash over exclusivity policy.
I’m currently house hunting. I compromised on my current apartment (which I love) by choosing a place with no central air — instead it’s radiators and window units.
For the first 30 minutes of the co-op board interview, the Frenchton — a mix between a Boston terrier and a French bulldog — was a little angel.
Homebuyers have more to worry about than just skyrocketing home prices and rising interest rates.
If you’re a buyer in this red-hot seller’s market, how can you figure out how much to offer so you can snag your dream home without overpaying?
These New Yorkers pay the mortgage on a seven-figure home every month — but they don’t own real estate.
Powerhouse Compass agent Phillip Salem, affectionately referred to as “Agent P”, recently hosted a celebration with family, friends, clients, and colleagues at Glasshouse Chelsea in NYC for his inaugural half-birthday event.
There are still things you can start doing today to help you on your path to becoming a homeowner.
According to agents, unsolicited offers are on the rise, as house hunters struggle to find affordable properties.
According to agents, unsolicited offers are on the rise, as house hunters struggle to find affordable properties in a market plagued by rising prices, low supply and bitter competition.
A posh apartment once reportedly rented by the pop singer Ariana Grande and her former boyfriend, “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson, has been snapped up for $13.5 million.
The posh apartment in West Chelsea, New York City once home to pop princess Ariana Grande and “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson has found a new owner for $13.5 million.
The apartment where pop star Ariana Grande and ex-fiancé Pete Davidson once lived has sold for roughly $12,000,000.
Just like magic, the luxurious apartment building Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson lived in during their short-lived engagement in 2018 is saying thank u, next and moving on to a new owner.
The luxurious apartment building Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson lived in during their short-lived engagement in 2018 is saying thank u, next and moving on to a new owner.
The NYC apartment, located within the Zaha Hadid-designed building in NYC’s West Chelsea neighborhood at 520 West 28th Street, was once home to Ariana Grande (and her ex Pete Davidson) has sold to a new buyer and was last listed at $16M.
Grammy Award-winning songstress Ariana Grande’s former rental in a High Line condo is in contract and about to close.
My biggest advice would be to hire an agent who is not going to upsell you an unrealistic price but rather provide data and figures that justify the price they’re suggesting,” Salem says. “We are on the field daily. Photos online are one thing, actually stepping foot in an apartment and seeing all the tiny details that make one sell or not sell at a certain price is another.
With his trademark combination of optimism, wit, and perseverance, Phillip Salem, also known as “Agent P,” is one of the most sought-after real estate agents in New York City.
Real estate professionals from around the nation and beyond share their great ideas, noble goals and practical plans for 2020.
There was a time not too long ago when gray was all the rage in interior design.
This NYC townhouse dating back to the late 1800s is already filled with plenty of charm, but the significance escalates when you realize history was made under its very roof.
It’s located at 6 East 76th Street, close to Central Park and near the 6 train at 77th Street.
As we move into the holiday season, it’s time for many of us to think about how to give back to those who have made our year successful.
Coming from a background in the fashion industry, the majority of my clientele appreciates the fact that I am not the typical suit-and-tie agent.
One of my girlfriends recently finished a prestigious fellowship. She was refreshing her resume, launching her job search, and then began looking for rentals in San Francisco.
Luck and timing were with Nikki Millman when she bought a one-bedroom in a 1964 Greenwich Village co-op building. It was 2010, near the end of the recession.
NYC Real Estate agent at @Triplemintnyc, shares his career journey and insights on how sellers and agents can successfully navigate the NYC real estate market.
what’s better than having a pool in your NYC building? Having a pool in your NYC apartment.
New York City real estate agents, who are in and out of these small apartments all day long. Here, seven of the smartest real world small-space hacks these agents have ever seen.
In search of less crowded schools and a quicker commute, a family trades Forest Hills for Lenox Hill, and begins their ‘gutsiest renovation’ yet.
Need to know how to buy a home fast since you're hoping to be settled in before the holidays?
Dogs are among the mostbeloved New Yorkers, butnew data shows that theirarchrivals may actually bemore welcome tenants inNYC apartments.
The general rule of thumb is that you can purchase a home that costs about three times your annual salary,
The general rule of thumb is that you can purchase a home that costs about three times your annual salary.
What are these regrets, and how can you be sure you avoid them before taking the plunge?
You work with your real estate clients for months on end, and every conversation and appointment is an opportunity to learn.
You won’t find 31-year-old Phillip Salem going to work in a suit this summer. Or even in slacks and a button-down shirt.
One of the most sought-after features in real estate today is “open concept.” But, like many popular buzzwords, people seem to mean different things when they use it.
Worried that you’re going to look like a hot sweaty mess at the office this summer?
Owning a single-family home is the embodiment of the American Dream, and that was indeed the case in parts of New York City for over a century.
I made the decision to get into Real Estate after closing my fashion and retail business, OWEN.
Phillip deepened his passion for client relations, bringing his expertise in luxury retail to real estate with Compass. Phillip, constantly striving to go above and beyond, utilizes his extensive knowledge and trained instincts to create a smooth and memorable journey when finding or selling a home. Nothing brings him more happiness than fulfilling a client’s vision.Let's Connect