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Yahoo HomesFeatures That Will Sell Your Home Faster

Homeowners are sometimes hesitant to upgrade when it's time to sell. After all, you won't be living there much longer, and home remodeling efforts only increase home values by 64% of the average project's costs, according to Remodeling magazine's 2016 Cost vs. Value report. But think again, sellers. The cost of inaction can be far greater than the small loss you'll incur on any home-improvement projects. "It can mean the difference between getting multiple bids at once and driving up the selling price, or getting no offers," says Brian Lewis, a real estate broker with Halstead Property, a New York City-based realty firm. As your house lingers on...
Yahoo Homes - Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Real DealBrokerages See New Business Tank As Condo Market Struggles

In 2015, Corcoran Sunshine, Manhattan’s top new development marketing firm, was awash in new business. That year, its brokers picked up an unprecedented $10 billion-plus in new condominium product, including some of New York’s glitziest projects. Its closest rival, Douglas Elliman, also scored big, picking up about $6 billion of exclusive listings. But as the luxury condo market took a beating and banks said “No mas!” to financing new projects, new product, both in terms of number of units and dollar volume, plummeted. As a result, a new analysis by The Real Deal shows, firms are finding themselves with a lot, lot less to look forward to. It’s...
The Real Deal - Friday, February 24, 2017

New York TimesOn The Market In The New York Region

Five-Bedroom in Rowayton • $1,769,000 • FAIRFIELD • 3 Crooked Lane A five-bedroom, five-bath 1999 colonial with two fireplaces and an attached two-car garage on 0.14 acre in the Rowayton section of Norwalk, Conn. Casey Lange, Halstead Property, 203-249-0900; halstead.com TAXES $24,763 a year, $450 annual beach association dues PROS The property is in the Rowayton Beach Association, which has a private beach and year-round family activities. The spacious master suite offers glimpses of Long Island Sound. CONS The house has a small yard and no basement.
New York Times - Friday, February 24, 2017

New York TimesOn The Market In New York City

Lower East Side Co-op • $599,000 • MANHATTAN • 504 Grand Street, No. C53 A prewar one-bedroom with an eat-in kitchen and hardwood floors, in the Amalgamated Dwellings complex. Neal Young, 212-381-6510; Jeremy Bolger, 212-381-6516; Halstead Property; halstead.com MAINTENANCE $630 a month PROS Maintenance is low and the apartment flows nicely. CONS Ceiling paint is peeling in places. The kitchen lacks a dishwasher. The bathroom is in need of an upgrade.
New York Times - Friday, February 24, 2017

Stamford AdvocateAgent Profile Using His Wall Street Experience

Michael Manzino spent 25 years on Wall Street working for several large firms and in his last few years, running a Wall Street trading desk. Manzino loved his work, but he wanted to spend more time at home and work at excelling at a job with more flexibility. He found that at Halstead Property Connecticut seven years ago. “It was just time,” Manzino said of his decision to leave the busy Wall Street life. “It was a young man’s game, and I wanted something closer to home. I was getting up at 4:30 a.m. and getting home at 9:30 p.m.” Manzino, who learned a lot about listening while...
Stamford Advocate - Friday, February 24, 2017