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March 2018 Newsletter -

We,come to my Feb 18 Newsletter. Events, Real Estate and some thoughts I wanted to share.
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We are growing our business, while simplifying our company name. Welcome to Compass: https://www.compass.com/
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I am Proud to Start posting a series of beautiful photographs taken by a lovely neighbor or mine. She is allowing me to use these photos for a Mailing Campaign in our neighborhood, the glorious Hudson Heights. These are views from her window. Just a small part of What Hudson Heights has to offer. A Home is so much more than it's interior. What surrounds it is often more important. A Community and natural beauty is so vital, when looking for your home.
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Just in case you are thinking about it and want to discuss,

It's not just about being near the kids or grandkids
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The Right one - February 2018 Newsletter -

We,come to my Feb 18 Newsletter. Events, Real Estate and some thoughts I wanted to share.
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Big Picture FInancial Situation -
Trying to make sense of what is going on Financially.

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For anyone looking to get into the NYC Real Estate Market, change is always part of the conversation. The question remains, "How high is up?" and when do you buy?

A new report names Williamsburg, Harlem and Bushwick among NYC's most rapidly gentrifying areas.
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Some info about how the new Tax law may effect Real Estate.

What the tax bill means for you depends on where you live, how much you make, and how you make it. Plus, more of what the year might hold for buyers, renters, and sellers.
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There were so many different neighborhoods and architectural styles to choose from.
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The infusion from the $93 billion venture vehicle brings Compass' total capital raise to $775 million.
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Imagine you have in the ballpark of $3.5 million to spend on an apartment, and you’ve narrowed it down to two Upper West Side co-ops. Which one would you choose?
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