Tag: Ethics

market for 150 Nassau Street lofts is en fuego, as another record falls

a reader writes with the back storyI am a lucky Manhattan Loft Guy, lucky to have readers who email not only with suggestions about future posts but who also include a behind the scenes back story. The late-breaking public news

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more on agents behaving badly (or is that moron agents behaving as expected?)

paging Claude RainsI just updated my ever-so-popular February 23 post, What’s Wrong With These People? agents who speak out of their … to reflect that the Manhattan loft in question has not sold (or entered into contract), but that the

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what's wrong with these people? agents who speak out of their …

Manhattan Loft Guy truculence unleashed: cautionI toured some Manhattan loft open houses yesterday with buyers, and saw some interesting lofts. The "highlight" of the tour was a visit to a loft with a terrific skeleton — clearly a total gut renovation

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“one of the finest and most honest broker-bloggers …

… the NYC real estate industry has produced to date" (blushing)I did not say that (nor anyone in my family); Curbed did in yesterday’s Silence of the Bloggers: Manhattan Loft Guy Muzzled. (More blushing.)Wow.Lockhart Steele and the Curbed-folk run an

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why a gag rule within REBNY about specific listings?

As a follow-up to yesterday’s startling post (for readers and for me), end of an era for Manhattan Loft Guy / a new day dawns?, I can imagine a reason for a REBNY gag rule about the listings of other

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