Historic New York City: Where To Look For A Historic Home

Posted on: 31 October 2016

New York City has some of the country's oldest and most beautiful real estate. Many of the oldest houses have been converted into museums (such as the Van Cortlandt House, the oldest house in The Bronx, which even had George Washington as a guest). However, there are other homes that are also historic, if not quite as old. Below is a list of a few of the neighborhoods in the city that have old, historic housing. [Read More]

3 Tips For Signing A Commercial Lease

Posted on: 28 October 2016

When you want to be sure that your business is created with an excellent foundation and starting point, you'll need to find a company that can provide you excellent office space for rent. Commercial office leasing can be an excellent starting point so you do not need to worry about funding the purchase of your own building. If this is something that interests you, read on and incorporate these points below in order to get a better understanding of what to expect. [Read More]

How To Evaluate A Property As A Potential Vacation Rental

Posted on: 28 October 2016

If you are a real estate investor looking for the hottest trends, you may have encountered people who make a lot of money by renting their home as a vacation rental. This can be a great investment, but there are a few things that you should look for when you buy property to guarantee you're getting a good deal.  What Are the Local Laws? Before you start looking at vacation rentals in the neighborhood, be sure that you consult the local codes to see what kinds of regulations and taxes apply. [Read More]

Ready To Buy A Home? 3 Tips To Avoid Certain Expenses After Buying

Posted on: 28 October 2016

While you may be excited about the prospect of becoming a homeowner, you do not want to jump into the process without putting extensive thought into what you truly need in a home. It is easy to get carried away with the features that you want to the point of pushing the needs to the sidelines. This can lead to a home that is not a good fit for your family, and it could come with several avoidable expenses. [Read More]