Tag: Agency

a forgotten OYAToMLG about agent doubletalk

had this lined up for June 23, but [something, something, something]This was a perfect post for this past Sunday, but with a succession of open house visits and some social business (actual social business, face-to-face fashion; not social media business)

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OYAToMLG dual agency was in the news

  it’s a perennial topic, if also an annual postI came across a post from (yes) One Year Ago on Manhattan Loft Guy and figured it is worth a re-post because Agency Disclosure is an issue dear to me heart

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backstory to New York Times about buying a wrecked loft at 37 Walker Street

Manhattan Loft Guy readers (again) keeping ahead of the Times …Nice piece by Constance Rosenblum as the main story in the Real Estate section in today’s New York Times, Not Too Shabby, about Manhattan residential real estate buyers increasingly looking

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a troubling line potential sellers hear from agents all the time

having nothing to do with pajamas (really)The Real Deal has a puff piece in the June issue that was featured on their web page last week, Doing deals in pajamas, that has a dog-bites-man ‘news’ quality about it that is

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do some seller incentives threaten the buyer

or, can disclosure cure at this level?Not to go full MalcolmBlogger High Road on ya, but I was flabbergasted by a marketing gambit that recently went out through the inter-firm data-base. I am sure it is a legal way to

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the Warburg guy wants to take the Dual out of Agency in Manhattan residential real estate

I applaud Fred (if I may be so familiar)Long-time Manhattan Loft Guy readers know that the subject of New York State agency law and required disclosures is near and dear to my heart (links below). Not many agents share that

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back story on celebrity Noho loft purchase at 10 Bleecker Street is about the sellers

numbers v. namesThe big story in this report in The Observer last week about the sale of the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 10 Bleecker Street (aka “#3F”) for the full-ask $3.25mm was the identity of the celebrity

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45 Crosby Street loft seller wins staring contest, sells at overall 9% discount before birthday

being stubborn can payThe sellers of the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6N at 45 Crosby Street wanted to get their price: holding at $2.85mm for 6 months, then holding at $2.75mm for the next 4 months that it took

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bass ackwards at 150 Nassau Street?? as lofts are sold low + bought high, with an agency twist

(doesn’t work in my spell check, either)When I observed that the buyer of the Manhattan loft #9E at 150 Nassau Street on November 3 has a notice address of #9A at 150 Nassau Street I began to wonder. First I

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new real estate agency law disclosures coming to Manhattan in 2011

REBNY announcement of A Major Change is a little weirdManhattan Loft Guy is going into the weeds of New York agency law and disclosure a bit, but before I force you to that I will give you the bottom line:

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