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People don't talk about it a lot. But finding the right real estate agent can be the difference between a happy, stress-free home renting, buying or selling experience, and an unhappy, stressful experience.

First, you'll want an agent ready and able to make a full-time commitment to you. I can and will do that.

Second, you'll want an agent with the experience needed to know the local neighborhoods, schools, market conditions, ordinances, etc. With my years of experience in the local market - I have the expertise and track record of success you need.

Third, you'll want an agent who embraces the convenience of technology without losing the personal touch. You'll love the resources available on my website and the e-mail alerts that I send, but these will never replace the time I spend with you, serving as your personal guide through this exciting process.

And finally a broker who will work for you with little to no cost to YOU

I specialize in ALL NO Broker Fee and Low Fee Properties in New York City. Most of my listings are in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Let's get together and talk about your home renting, buying and/or selling plans. Call me on my cell phone (917) 397 - 0507 or send me an e-mail, we'll set-up a time that is easy and convenient for you to meet. There is nothing to lose and all to gain.

If you're not ready to meet in person, please tour through this website. I'm sure you'll find the resources here useful and helpful. Enjoy!     





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Barbara Corcoran's Q + A ~ New York Times Real Estate:
2 kids die in Far Rockaway fire
4/20/2014 8:20 AM
Two 4-year-old relatives died early Sunday after a fire broke out in a Far Rockaway home, officials said...Read More
An Easter prayer for rebirth
4/20/2014 3:35 AM
Meyer: When Jesus rose from the dead, the miracle that Christians celebrate on this, their holiest day, He didn’t have to worry about bringing Catholic schools with him....Read More
History may hold the key to peace
4/20/2014 3:30 AM
Wilf: It is frightening to think that learning well-established historical facts, such as the Holocaust, and visiting concentration and death camp sites would be considered controversial, or even an act of treason. ...Read More
Putting the cart before the horse
4/20/2014 3:30 AM
Bolick: If Mayor de Blasio prevails in his campaign to destroy New York City"s horse-drawn carriage industry, he"d better get his lawyers ready. Although cities have wide latitude to regulate businesses, they need a very good reason to ban them....Read More
A simple horse-carriage compromise
4/20/2014 3:25 AM
Daus: If Mr. Ed were pulling a carriage in New York City, what would he say?...Read More
Their high horse
4/20/2014 3:10 AM
At its heart, the fight to stop Mayor de Blasio and the City Council from banning carriage horses is actually a battle to protect the rights of human New Yorkers...Read More
4/20/2014 3:05 AM
Just-deceased literary legend Gabriel García Márquez might have called it “Cowardice in the Time of Cholera” — the horror story of how the United Nations is ducking responsibility for introducing the deadly disease to Haiti...Read More
April 20: Hardhat safety, carriage horses and the MTA contract
4/20/2014 3:00 AM
Freehold, N.J.: To Voicer Josie Duffy: The problem is not insurance companies. The reason immigrant and Latino workers are more likely to get hurt on construction jobs is the nonunion work that is exploding in NYC every day...Read More
Photo exhibition fights Guyana myths
4/20/2014 3:00 AM
THE JOURNEY of Guyana-born Renaissance woman Grace Ali — a self-propelled projectile demolishing myths about her native country and its nationals around the world — continues on April 24 in Manhattan when she moderates a photographic exhibit called “Visually Speaking: A Worldview from Guyana” at the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Re...Read More
Hook, lie and sinker
4/20/2014 3:00 AM
What’s a criminal lawyer to do when witnesses are about to testify that his client, an Islamist cleric who called Osama Bin Laden a “hero,” stored weapons and gas masks in his mosque, sent followers to a training camp where the curriculum included throat cutting, sent a jihadist to Afghanistan and not only mounted an attack in Yemen but admitted hi...Read More

Barbara Corcoran's Q + A ~ New York Times Real Estate:
Living in: South Williamsburg: Catching Up to the North Side
4/20/2014 2:21 AM
Homes trade at a 15 percent discount to the northern end, but brokers say parity is expected in a few years....Read More
Exclusive: Elizabeth Gilbert’s New Chapter Begins
4/20/2014 2:20 AM
An eclectic Italianate Victorian in Frenchtown, N.J., owned by the author of “Eat, Pray, Love.”...Read More
Big Ticket: Light-Grabbing Penthouse for $42 Million
4/18/2014 3:52 PM
A 12-room penthouse with panoramic park views in the venerable Prasada co-op building....Read More
In NoHo: Squeezing In, With Some Creativity
4/18/2014 2:11 PM
Developers of a new boutique co-op in NoHo contend with an odd-shaped lot and a land lease, among other obstacles....Read More
Ask Real Estate: Can We Get a ‘No Standing’ Sign?
4/18/2014 1:32 PM
Subjects include: A wish for open curb space in front of a co-op; problems with a neighbor’s aggressive dog; and concern over a rental’s dirty windows....Read More
Streetscapes: Under Hoof, Foot and Tire
4/18/2014 12:04 PM
In the 19th century, city streets were a hodgepodge of materials....Read More
What I Love: Linda Lavin, by Day and by Night
4/18/2014 12:02 PM
The actress lives in not one but two apartments in New York....Read More
On the Market in Chicago
4/18/2014 11:14 AM
Photo tours of homes priced from $699,500 to $4,395,000....Read More
Big City: The King Can No Longer Afford Queens
4/18/2014 10:43 AM
Home prices in Queens have risen significantly. In some sense it isn’t the new Brooklyn so much as it has become the old Manhattan....Read More
The Million-Dollar Manhattan Apartment
4/18/2014 9:42 AM
If $1 million is all you can spend, expect slim pickings....Read More

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