Useful Tools

Seller

Maximizing Your Home's Sale Potential

Simple cosmetic changes can have a dramatic and decisive impact on how quickly, and at what price your property sells... more

 

1031 Exchange

A tax-deferred exchange is a method by which a property owner trades one or more relinquished properties for one or more replacement properties of like-kind, while deferring the payment of federal income taxes and some state taxes related to the transaction... more

 

Estimated Closing Costs

The estimated closing costs presented here can change and vary for certain transactions. Please check with bank/mortgage broker for additional fees, and confirm closing costs for your specific transaction with your attorney and/or mortgage representative... more

Buyer

Purchasing Process Demystified

Let's begin by outlining the different forms of ownership available to real estate property buyers in Brooklyn... more

 

Estimated Closing Costs

The estimated closing costs presented here can change and vary for certain transactions. Please check with bank/mortgage broker for additional fees, and confirm closing costs for your specific transaction with your attorney and/or mortgage representative... more

Landlord

Tenant Qualification

Most Brooklyn landlords require their prospective tenants to provide information establishing their credit worthiness, proving their employment, availability of qualified guarantor (if applicable), and giving insight into their criminal and housing court history... more

 

Explore Similar Rentals

Click here to find rental properties similar to yours. more

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Tenant

Tenant/Renter

From Showings to Lease

It is essential to inform your agent about your requirements: give your agent a clear idea what you require in terms of desired neighborhood, apartment size, price range, building/apartment amenities, desired move-in date... more

 

Looking for an apartment? You Need a Gameplan!

1. Rentals typically run on a 30-day cycle. So, if you're planning to move on July 1, you want to start actively looking at apartments between May 15 and June 1. Give yourself four to six weeks to find your new home... more