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buying a home: the manhattan marketplace

“I can't imagine being better looked after in the complicated business of buying a home in New York City. Peter took great pains to understand precisely what we wanted. He was creative, hard-working, good-humored and very knowledgeable indeed. Within a few showings he found what we were after, steered us through the complexities of the purchase, and was at our side at the closing. I would recommend him without reservation.”

Owning a piece of the center of the world is apparently very appealing. The interest in NYC homes is very strong. Available properties range from the shimmering curtain walls of new developments, to lofts with great cubic volume and industrial details, to classic, pre-war apartments and townhouses. Even modest properties may command prices that folks in many other parts of the country would find shocking.

Indeed, each New York neighborhood and its property value, could be the equivalent of a small town, with unique characteristics and styles. We have Co-op apartments, condominiums and townhouses (in that order) which make up the housing inventory. Each form of ownership has special considerations too. Collectively, it’s a complex and nuanced marketplace.

If you are interested in a relationship with us that will truly facilitate your search, I'd like to speak with you. Whether it’s a first purchase, a time-critical, buy and sell scenario, a pied-a-tier or a step-up to a spacious new loft, you need someone whom understands your expectations, and is dedicated to providing great service, professional guidance and negotiating strength.

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