A Comprehensive Guide to Getting a Free Home Appraisal in Brooklyn NY

For homeowners in Brooklyn, New York, understanding the value of your property is essential for various reasons. Whether you’re considering selling, refinancing, or merely curious about your home’s worth, getting an appraisal or home valuation is a crucial step. The good news is that there are ways to obtain a home appraisal or valuation in […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q4 2023

Last Updated on January 26, 2024 Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q4 2023, a quarterly report produced by the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Need Help? Contact Us Data Source: https://www.bklynhometeam.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Brooklyn-Real-Estate-Market-Report_Q4-2023.pdf Month’s Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for […]

How Much Does It Cost to Sell a House in Brooklyn NY?

Selling a house in Brooklyn, New York involves various costs that homeowners need to consider. Understanding these expenses is crucial for accurate financial planning and to ensure a smooth and successful property sale. Here’s a breakdown of the costs associated with selling a house in Brooklyn. NYC Transfer Tax The New York City Transfer Tax […]

Forensic Study of NYC + Primer on Reverse Mortgages + NYC’s Property Tax Bills Rise

Hi all, as always we’re publishing our latest roundup of articles, content, and information which we believe are specifically relevant to NYC Homeowners. This month includes a forensic study of NYC by the Chairman of Market and Investment Strategy for JP Morgan, a nice primer on Reverse Mortgages from the team at KPP Financial, a […]

Guide to Drying Up a Wet Basement: Tips for Brooklyn Homeowners

A wet basement can be a Queens homeowner’s nightmare, leading to potential damage, mold growth, and compromised structural integrity. Addressing this issue promptly is crucial to prevent further problems and maintain a safe and dry living space. In this blog post, we will explore effective tips for local homeowners to dry up a wet basement […]

47 Easy Ways to Make your Home Sell Faster in Brooklyn NY

Are you looking to sell your home in Brooklyn NY, and want to speed up the process? Whether you’re a first-time seller or a seasoned homeowner, there are several easy and effective ways to make your property stand out in the competitive Brooklyn real estate market. By focusing on enhancing curb appeal, staging effectively, and […]

How should you Respond to Low Ball Offers in Brooklyn NY?

Selling a home in Brooklyn can be a stressful and emotional process, especially when potential buyers make low ball offers. A low ball offer is an offer significantly lower than the asking price, which can be frustrating for homeowners who are looking to sell their property at a fair price. However, it is important for […]

The Art of Proper Pricing: Maximizing Value for Brooklyn Home Sellers

In the dynamic realm of Brooklyn and NYC real estate, setting the right price for a property is akin to orchestrating a symphony – it requires precision, finesse, and a deep understanding of the local market. Proper pricing isn’t just about assigning a number; it’s a strategic move that can significantly impact the outcome of […]

What to know about Rent Stabilization and Rent Control in Brooklyn NYC

Information provided by: www.hcr.ny.gov  A number of communities in New York State have rent regulation programs known as rent control and rent stabilization. Two aspects of rent regulation are to protect tenants in privately-owned buildings from illegal rent increases and to allow owners to maintain their buildings while realizing a reasonable profit. Rent control is the […]

What happens when a Brooklyn Condo Board won’t Let you Close?

By Daniel Akerman, Listing Specialist with the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II.  Many people are familiar with the fact that in New York City many properties that are purchased are in co-ops, and they are aware of the unique powers that a co-op board has in approving or denying a purchase […]

What you Need to know about Listing Agreements in Brooklyn NY

A listing agreement (or listing contract) is a binding contract entered into by the seller of a property and you, as the seller’s listing agent. There is no requirement that the listing agreement be on a specific form. However, to be legally binding it must be written in clear and unambiguous language, and it must […]

Brooklyn real Estate Market Report: Q3 2023

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report; Q3 2023, courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Need Help? Contact Us *Please Note: These numbers are based on figures reported by the OneKey MLS. Brooklyn real estate sales are conducted on multiple MLSs so unfortunately this will not provide the comprehensive picture of […]

Common Contingencies in a Brooklyn NY Real Estate Contract

Contingency clauses that outline additional conditions that must be met before a sales contract is enforceable are often part of a sales contract. Both buyers and sellers can add contingencies to a contract. A contingency clause must include three pieces of information, including: The actions necessary to satisfy the contingency The time frame for addressing it […]

What is a Deed, Title, and Title Insurance?

What is a Deed? The deed is a legal document used to establish proof of ownership. It provides some assurance to the buyer that the seller has the right to sell the property. Usually a third party is hired to conduct a title search in an effort to uncover evidence that the title can be […]

Client, Customer, or Prospect, which one Are You?

In the world of Brooklyn and New York City real estate, there are specific terms used to categorize individuals involved in the buying or selling process: client, customer, and prospect. These terms may seem interchangeable at first glance, but they hold distinct meanings and implications within the industry. In this blog post, we will delve […]

What is an Escalation Clause (AKA Escalator Offer) and How does it Work?

In case you don’t know what this is, here’s the skinny: A buyer, hoping to beat out all other offers, will include an escalation clause in the offer that reads something like, “Buyer to beat all competing offers by $1,000 up to a price of $700,000. Seller to provide copies of competing offer to buyer […]

What you need to know about Preferential Rents

Source: Housing Stability & Tenant Protection Act (HSTPA) of 2019 A preferential rent is a rent which an owner agrees to charge that is lower than the legal regulated rent that the owner could lawfully collect. Pursuant to the Housing Stability & Tenant Protection Act (HSTPA) of 2019, tenants that were paying a preferential rent as […]

Your Guide to Rent Increases for Rent Stabilized Apartments in NYC

Source: www.hcr.ny.gov This fact sheet will be updated annually to reflect the new lease guideline rates. It can be reviewed along with a rent registration history of an apartment to assist in determining if the apartment’s registration status and the rent being charged are lawful. The apartment rent registration history and a rent overcharge complaint form can be […]

Pitfalls of Selling an Apartment in NYC

By Daniel Akerman, Listing Specialist with the Brooklyn & Manhattan Home Team at Keller Williams Realty. Need Help? Contact Dan at (646) 844-5770 Selling a home anywhere is a stressful process under the best of circumstances.  A quick search on Google for “most stressful life events” will return page after page after page of results […]

Understanding Coop Flip Tax in NYC

By Daniel Akerman, Listing Specialist with the Manhattan Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. One of the many closing costs that sellers and buyers may come across in the sale or purchase of a New York City co-op apartment is something called the “flip tax.” In this article we’ll take a quick look […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2023

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2023, courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Need Help? Contact Us *Please Note: These numbers are based on figures reported by the OneKey MLS. Brooklyn real estate sales are conducted on multiple MLSs so unfortunately this will not provide the comprehensive picture of […]

How to Prevent Water Pipes from Bursting in your Brooklyn Home

As a homeowner in Brooklyn NY, one of the most crucial responsibilities is safeguarding your property from potential damages caused by harsh winter weather. Burst water pipes can lead to costly repairs, property damage, and inconvenience. In this blog post, we will explore some essential tips to help you prevent water pipes from bursting, ensuring […]

Will I save Money Selling my Brooklyn Home without an Agent?

Selling a house in Brooklyn can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. Among the many decisions you’ll need to make is whether to enlist the help of a local Brooklyn real estate agent or go the DIY route and sell your home without professional representation. While saving money is a tempting proposition, it’s essential […]

How to Choose the Best List Price for your Brooklyn Home

Pricing a home correctly is a critical factor in the success of a real estate transaction. In the Brooklyn market, there are common misconceptions among home sellers regarding pricing strategies. This blog post aims to shed light on these misconceptions and emphasize the significance of pricing a property at or around its market value. 1. […]

What should you do to Prepare for Showings of your Brooklyn Home?

Selling a home in Brooklyn can be an exciting yet challenging process. One of the crucial aspects of successfully attracting potential Brooklyn Home buyers is ensuring that your home is presented in its best light during showings. The impression your home makes on prospective buyers can significantly impact their decision-making. To help you prepare, we’ve […]

Home Inspection Phase in Brooklyn NY

When it comes to purchasing real estate in Brooklyn NY, the home inspection phase holds significant importance. Unlike other parts of the country, home inspections in Brooklyn typically take place prior to attorney involvement, contract signing, etc. Understanding the unique steps involved in this process can help both buyers and sellers navigate it effectively, ensuring […]

What is a Sale Contingency and How Common are they in Brooklyn?

In the dynamic world of real estate, buyers and sellers often encounter various terms and conditions that can significantly impact the outcome of a transaction. One such condition that Brooklyn home sellers should be aware of is the sale contingency. In this blog post, we’ll delve into what a sale contingency is and highlight the […]

Common Bank Required Repairs when Selling a Home to an FHA Buyer in Brooklyn

When selling a home in Brooklyn to a buyer who is obtaining an FHA mortgage, there are certain repairs that the bank may require to ensure the property meets the minimum property standards set by the FHA (Federal Housing Administration). These repairs are designed to protect the buyer’s investment and minimize potential risks. In this […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q1 2023

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q1 2023, courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Need Help? Contact Us Data Source: https://www.bklynhometeam.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/Brooklyn-Real-Estate-Market_Q1-2023.pdf *Please note that this report is based on data collected from the OneKey MLS. Unfortunately Brooklyn real estate sales are conducted across multiple different MLS’s so it is not […]

How should you Respond to Low Ball Offers when Selling a Home in Brooklyn NY?

Selling a home in Brooklyn can be an emotional and stressful experience, especially when it comes to negotiating offers from potential buyers. One situation that Brooklyn homeowners may face is receiving a low ball offer on their property. A low ball offer is an offer that is significantly lower than the asking price, and can […]

NYC Homeowner Insights: APR 2023

Hi all, BHT here with your monthly roundup of articles and information related specifically to NYC Homeowners. Take a look and let us know if you have any questions 🙂 Con Ed Bills may be going up Soon  Under a preliminary agreement between the state Department of Public Service, Con Ed and other stakeholders, the […]

How Long is a Typical Listing Agreement in Brooklyn NY?

When selling a property in Brooklyn, many homeowners choose to work with a local real estate agent to help them navigate the process. One of the key documents involved in this relationship is the listing agreement, which outlines the terms of the agent’s services and the agreement between the homeowner and the agent/brokerage. One question […]

Selling a Home in NYC

Selling a house in NYC can be a daunting task, especially in a competitive market like New York City. However, with the right approach and a little bit of knowledge, you can definitely maximize the value of your home and get it sold in a reasonable amount of time. First and foremost, it’s important to […]

NYC Homeowner Insights: MAR 2023

The New Interborough Express + NYC Borough Presidents are ready to Build + NYC’s Prohibited Buildings List Banning Short Term Rentals goes Live + 6 NYC Market Factors to consider for Out of Town Owners The New Interborough Express Have you heard of the Interborough Express yet? In short, it’s a large transit project that […]

NYC Homebuyer Insights: MAR 2023

Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell a Home? + Mortgage Insurance Premiums on FHA Loans reduced by 30 Basis Points + Guide for First Time Homebuyers in NY Is Now a Good Time to Buy or Sell a Home?  If you’ve been thinking about whether or not you should buy a property […]

Coop Selling Advice from an Experienced NYC Real Estate Attorney

Article courtesy of Rosemarie Ashbahian, Esq., DeRose & Surico, 213-44 38th Ave, Bayside, NY 11361, P: (718) 279-2000, E: rha@deroseandsurico.com Selling a cooperative apartment can be a lengthy and complicated process. With the real estate market constantly changing, it is important to have all your documents to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. When preparing […]

Bank Troubles, What happened this Week and How it affects the Real Estate Market

Courtesy of: Rafael Reyes, Originating Branch Manager at Cross Country Mortgage. Troubles in the banking sector in the US and Europe completely overwhelmed the economic reports in driving financial markets this week. Investors shifted to safer assets, and mortgage rates moved lower. The impacts of the largest bank failure in the US since the financial […]

Should I Price my Brooklyn Home Higher to Leave room for Negotiations?

As a Brooklyn home seller, it’s understandable to want to get the most money possible for your property. However, some sellers fall into the trap of pricing their home higher than its market value to leave room for negotiations. While this strategy may seem like a good idea at first, pricing your home right from […]

5 Costly Renovations To AVOID Before Selling

When preparing a home for sale, many sellers feel that undertaking renovations is a good way to get a higher sale price on the home. Here are 5 renovation projects Brooklyn homeowners shouldn’t undertake before selling.

Can I see How Much my Brooklyn Home is Worth on a Real Estate Website?

As a Brooklyn homeowner, it’s natural to want to know the estimated value of your property. Whether you’re looking to sell your home or just curious about its current value, there are several websites that can give you an instant home value estimate. While this is obviously not an accurate home valuation since it doesn’t […]

How do we Determine How Much a Brooklyn Home is Worth?

We as real estate agents play a crucial role in determining the value of a property. While you can get an independent appraisal, check your Zestimate, or go off of your tax assessed value, it’s clear to us that the person who can provide the most accurate valuation of a property is a local/experienced Brooklyn […]

What should I do to Prepare my Brooklyn Home for Sale?

Preparing your home for sale in Brooklyn can be a daunting task, but with the right preparation, you can increase your chances of a quick and successful sale. Some homeowners wonder if they should stage, make major repairs, do renovations, vacate tenants, etc. There are a lot of variables so it’s good to get an […]

2023 Conforming Loan Limits for Brooklyn NY

It’s that time of year again – the time when the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announces the new loan limits for conforming mortgages. This year, the FHFA has announced that the maximum loan limits for conforming mortgages will increase in 2023, due to rising home prices across the country. For those who may not […]

When is the Best time to Sell a Property in Brooklyn NY?

When it comes to selling a property in Brooklyn, NY, timing can be everything. While the real estate market can be unpredictable, there are certain times of the year that tend to be more favorable for sellers. In general, one of the best times to sell a property in Brooklyn is during the spring and […]

Selling a House in Probate in Brooklyn NY

It’s not uncommon for a family member or loved one to die and leave behind property in Brooklyn. That property may be real estate, personal items, or even intangible assets like stocks and bonds. When it comes time to sell the house, there are certain steps that must be taken in order for probate court […]

Common Real Estate Documents in Brooklyn NY

If you’re in the market to buy or sell in Brooklyn, then you may be wondering what documents you will need to fill out throughout the process, and what each document is actually used for. Below is a quick summary of common real estate documents in Brooklyn and although it doesn’t cover every single document […]

Understanding Co-Op Flip Tax in NYC

By Daniel Akerman, Listing Specialist with Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. One of the many closing costs that sellers and buyers may come across in the sale or purchase of a New York City co-op apartment is something called the “flip tax.” In this article we’ll take a quick look at what the co-op flip […]

Mortgage Market Update: 12/2/22

Courtesy of Rafael Reyes, Originating Branch Manager with Cross Country Mortgage, LLC Mixed News It was a packed week for major economic events. The comments from Fed officials and the inflation data were favorable for mortgage markets, while the labor market report was not, and mortgage rates ended the week a little lower. In a […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q3 2022

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report 2022. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Market Snapshot Happy Fall y’all! Hope you’re enjoying the weather and breaking out those flannels ? Here at BHT headquarters we’ve been trying to stay warm in this cooling real […]

How Buyers and Sellers in NYC can BOTH save on Closing Costs

By Daniel Akerman, Realtor and Listing Specialist with Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. The Best Kept Secret in NYC Real Estate Did you know there’s a way that both the buyer AND seller of a property in NYC can save on closing costs without costing each other a dime? If you didn’t, don’t worry. Most […]

What’s Different About Selling a Property in Manhattan?

By Daniel Akerman, Manhattan Real Estate Specialist, Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. 5 things that make selling a property in Manhattan unlike anywhere else in the country – or even other parts of NYC. Co-Ops Item #1, right at the top of the list, that is different about selling in Manhattan is the existence ofco-op […]

The Manhattan NYC Real Estate Market Cycle

By Daniel Akerman, Manhattan Listing Specialist, Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Most Manhattan homeowners and potential sellers have some sense of the real estate market being cyclical – it goes through changes and ups and downs. But many homeowners and sellers may be surprised to find out that the Manhattan real estate market is actually […]

Decluttering and Downsizing for Seniors

Decluttering is the first step in getting the home ready for buyers. Seniors, particularly those who’ve lived in their home for years, have a lot of stuff. And much of it is precious to them; it’s certainly not “clutter”! But buyers will likely see it as such. To gain a different perspective, it’s helpful to […]

Retirement vs Assisted Living vs Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Retirement and Active Adult Communities Retirement communities are typically for older adults who are still fully capable of living alone. Some cater to “active adults,” age 55 years old and older. Types include single-family, semi-detached, condos, and townhomes. Active adult communities don’t typically offer group dining facilities or healthcare services. Whether rentals or owned properties, common features include: […]

What is a Cap Rate?

Information provided by Claddagh Capital LLC What is a Cap Rate and why its important? A Capitalization Rate or cap rate is a metric used in commercial real estate to assess the return and risk of a property, purchased on an all-cash basis or unleveled (no mortgage). The cap rate is used on an unleveled […]

Get your House ready Now, Sell Later

Quite a few of our clients are considering selling their Brooklyn houses, and if you’re in that same boat, now is a great time to do a little prep work. Here are a few home-improvement tips we recommend to get your house ready now, and sell later: 1. Embrace Spring Cleaning Now is that special […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2022

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report 2022. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Last updated on 7/26/2022. Market Snapshot Happy Summer from BHT! Hopefully you’ve been enjoying the warm weather and sun filled activities. Here at BHT we’ve been enjoying the Summer and […]

What is an Off Market Listing?

Answer provided by Neil B. Garfinkel REBNY Broker Counsel Partner-in-charge of real estate and banking practices at Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP Answer: “Off-market” commonly indicates that the property is not listed for sale or has not been listed on a multiple listing service. REBNY and most MLS’s expressly forbid the promotion of exclusive listings […]

15 or 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage, which one is right for you?

Answer provided by Rafael Reyes, Originating Branch Manager at Cross Country Mortgage LLC. Do you want lower monthly payments now or do you want to pay off your home faster? That’s one of the primary questions to answer when deciding between a 30-year fixed mortgage or a 15-year fixed mortgage. 15-Year Mortgage You have 15 […]

8 Things you can do to Prepare for Higher Energy Costs

If you’re living in America, then you already know about the rising gas prices, rising inflation, and rising energy costs. At this point, you’ve probably already seen your utility bills come in higher than normal. We recently received an email from ConEd with some good tips on how to prepare for rising energy costs and […]

What to know about Assistance Animals in Buildings with Pet Restrictions

Information provided by Neil B. Garfinkel, REBNY Broker Counsel, Partner-in-charge of real estate and banking practices at Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP Many residential buildings in NYC have pet restrictions and policies such as “no pets,” “no dogs,” “cats only,” etc. While pets are not a protected class under the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”), a […]

How much do you need for Emergencies? + Free COVID Tests + Airbnb’s New Search Feature

The team has recently been discussing a lot of different things and in our conversations we usually discover some really cool topics, tools, resources, etc. With that said, in our last few meetings we’ve been speaking about what’s happening in the economy and the importance of having an emergency fund. With mortgage rates rising, inflation running […]

6 Common Transaction Issues from Contract-to-Close

There are six major issues in getting from contract to close in Brooklyn NY. These are the “moments of truth that put transactions at the greatest risk. Knowing these is critical, but also knowing the certain ways in which they can go wrong is equally critical. Above all others, your agent and your real estate […]

Documents needed when Selling a Coop in Brooklyn NY

If you’re thinking of selling a coop in Brooklyn, you may be wondering what documents are needed and what you will have to have ready for your agent in preparation for the sale. You won’t need too many documents, but there are some things that you’ll want to start gathering in order to avoid any […]

A Guide to FHA Home Repairs in Brooklyn NY

FHA is a popular loan option for many Brooklyn home buyers, however, it is important that the home meets their guidelines. HUD is looking to cover three main points in their inspections: 1. Safety Protect the health and safety of the occupants. 2. Livability Adequate floor plan, bath, kitchen facilities, etc. 3. Soundness Correct physical […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q1 2022

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report Q1 2022. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Last updated on 4/25/2022. Market Snapshot Happy Spring from BHT! Hopefully you’ve been enjoying the weather as it begins to warm up ? Here at BHT headquarters we’ve been […]

Brooklyn County Property Appraiser

Curious what your home is worth? Need a Price Opinion for a property that you inherited? Need a valuation for the purposes of settling a divorce? Thinking of selling to a family member and need a realistic valuation in order to determine a fair sale price. Whatever the situation is, if you are looking for […]

Rent Stabilization De-Regulation in a 421a Building

Answer provided by Neil B. GarfinkelREBNY Broker CounselPartner-in-charge of real estate and banking practices at Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP Question: It is my understanding that the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act (“HSTPA”) generally prohibits deregulation of rent stabilized apartments (meaning that a rent stabilized apartment will never become a free-market rate apartment). Does that […]

5 Tips for Multi Family Investing in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Investors continue to choose multi family homes, and it is no surprise considering the many benefits that come with them. Everything from their higher income potential to their ease of financing mean that investing in these properties is a smart move. If you are considering purchasing a multifamily property for the first time, you […]

Step by Step Guide on How to Challenge your NYC Property Tax Assessment

If you’re an NYC homeowner, then you know that your annual Notice of Property Value (NOPV) comes out around February. In this NOPV, it indicates your property’s estimated market value and tax assessed value for the upcoming year. In the NOPV, it gives you instructions on how to challenge your assessment, if you disagree with […]

What is a Title Company and what do they Do in Brooklyn NYC? 

We meet with home buyers and sellers every day, and one of the things that many people don’t understand clearly are title companies, title insurance, and how they affect them during the sale/purchase of a property. So, here is a quick primer on Title Companies, what they are, and what they do. If you have […]

FAQs regarding Buyer Representation in Brooklyn & NYC

Answers provided by Neil B. Garfinkel, REBNY Broker Counsel, Partner-in-charge of real estate and banking practices at Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP FAQs: Q: Is a buyer always entitled to be represented in a transaction?A: Yes, the New York State Department of State (“DOS”) has consistently stated that a buyer always has a right to be represented in […]

What should I know about Buying a Coop in a Land Lease Building?

Answer provided by Neil B. Garfinkel, REBNY Broker Counsel, Partner-in-charge of real estate and banking practices at Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP Answer: If a co-op building has a Ground Lease (also known as a Land Lease), it means that the co-op corporation does not own the land under the building. Rather, the co-op corporation leases […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q3 2021

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q3 2021. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Last updated on 10/21/2021. Market Snapshot Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2021

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2021. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Last updated on 7/29/2021. Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Update: Q1 2021

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Update: Q1 2021. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market to […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q4 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Analysis 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Market Snapshot Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q3 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q3 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Market Snapshot Here we are, just wrapped up the third quarter of the year and we are heading into a very uncertain fourth quarter. Now that we are 6 […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Q2 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report – Q2 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Q2 has officially ended and although the numbers are startling, they were also expected considering the stay at home orders and overall impact of COVID-19. As we look […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report – Q1 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report – Q1 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Analysis 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Analysis 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Need Help? Contact Us anytime. Market Snapshot Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: JAN 2020

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report JAN 2020. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market to sell, given the current pace […]

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: DEC 2019

Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report DEC 2019. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Empire in Brooklyn NY. Months Supply What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market to sell, given the current pace […]