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October 2018 Archives

Older commercial real estate properties present challenges

Investors throughout the United States, including New York, are increasingly searching for authentic and unique offices in buildings that are older. After all, these commercial real estate properties have architectural character. However, the challenge with these buildings is that incorporating cutting-edge technology into them can present a challenge.

Don't buy problems when buying a home

If you are thinking about purchasing a home, you probably feel excited for what is ahead and ready to move forward. However, it is prudent to move cautiously and think about how you can protect yourself during this process. When buying a home, you want to take extra care to ensure you are not also buying unnecessary problems you did not know about.

Proptech to impact commercial real estate

Technology is impacting how professionals in a variety of industries in New York operate nowadays, including those who own and lease nonresidential property. In the commercial real estate world, the specific type of technology that is starting to gain ground is called proptech. Here is a glimpse at what proptech is and its potentially far-reaching impacts in the future.

Creating wills -- critical for adults of all ages

Putting together an estate plan might not seem like an essential task for young adults in New York. The reality, though, is that creating wills is critical for individuals both young and old. After all, tomorrow is not promised to anyone. Individuals who pass away before putting together estate plans may cause problems for their surviving family members.

Residential real estate inventory levels at historic lows

The quantity of properties that are available for sale in the United States, including in New York, has reached historic lows. This is a major reason that many buyers may be struggling to find affordable homes. On the flip side, this may be great news for residential real estate sellers, who may be able to unload their properties at higher prices than they could have in years past.