HOW TO BUY

CONDO VS CO-OP

There are two major forms of ownership in New York: Condominiums and cooperatives (“co-ops”). For investment purposes and renting out your apartment, it is best to have a condominium. Avoid co-ops, “condops” and land lease buildings....

IT’S FREE TO WORK WITH A BUYER’S BROKER

UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR FREE REPRESENTATION Working together with a buyer’s broker to identify, view, evaluate, negotiate and acquire an apartment in New York City is completely free of charge....

WHY OWN IN NEW YORK?

Manhattan is an island, so land is scarce. New York is one of the world centers for many industries such as finance, fashion, arts, advertising and publishing. New York has one of the densest concentrations of infrastructure in the world. New York is one of...

FIND MAXIMUM PROFITS IN NYC

Each new building has specific characteristics and might work better or worse for you depending on the desired outcome. Location is the most important factor for appreciation. A prime location will always be sought after. The closer the next subway station is, the better the...

ADDITIONAL PERKS

Very few buildings in Manhattan allow short-term rentals. Typically, you have to rent out your apartment for at least a year. Of course, you might agree to a tenant’s request to leave earlier. But if you are planning to rent your apartment out frequently for...

NEW YORK NEIGHBORHOODS

Tell us exactly what you're looking for—perhaps a home near your favorite restaurant or a condominium with panoramic views or an apartment that's walking distance from a dog park or all of the above—and we'll work diligently to help you find it....

WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT?

The Financial District is the fastest growing residential area in Manhattan. Prices are still lower than in other parts of Downtown Manhattan and will rise considerably over the coming years, especially after the new Financial Center and Fulton Street Transportation hub are completed....