Category Archives: A Broker’s Job

Opinions Aren’t Facts, Just Ask Your Broker

As the current real estate market continues to shift, sifting through information and the opinions of real estate professionals becomes increasingly more relevant. A recent communication with a buyer’s agent reminded me of just how much influence an agent’s opinion … Continue reading

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All Is Well In Manhattan Real Estate and Girls Youth Soccer

I have been struggling all day to come up with something meaningful about which to write. Maybe the writer’s block comes from the anxiety that stills exists ahead of tomorrow’s historic election? Or maybe it is because all I want … Continue reading

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Practicing Professionalism in Polarizing Times

Those who know me know all too well that I have been a very active and engaged participant on social media almost since Facebook’s inception. So, it was shocking to some to discover that I abandoned Facebook back in September … Continue reading

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Meaningful Connections

Last week, I had the privilege of sitting on a panel at the NYC Real Estate Expo with some of my esteemed colleagues from other firms. The topic of discussion was how to be a world class connector. Buzz words … Continue reading

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Hudson Yards on Voice America

This morning I was live on Good Morning New York, Real Estate talk show with CORE agent and co-host Vince Rocco. Vince and I discussed Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in United States history. In the interview, … Continue reading

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Marketing Your Home in a Shifting Market

I have been writing for my True Gotham blog since April 2006. The very first broker blogger in New York City, I have spent the past 10+ years making every effort to be of service to the consumer and the industry … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Real Estate TEAM

One of the most enjoyable and stimulating parts of my job as CORE’s Sales Director is the business development meeting. Several times per year our marketing, PR and management teams sit down with our agents individually to discuss current business … Continue reading

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The Olympics, Real Estate and Avoiding Distraction

Occasionally I have a novel idea that I share through my blogging. This is not one of those times. As part of our continued efforts to support our agents at CORE, our marketing, PR and management team meet with individual … Continue reading

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Agents Seeking Substance From Brokerages

Once upon a time not that very long ago, a real estate brokerage opened that offered its agents massages at their desks, use of a car service, fancy candy (yes, fancy candy) and even a program that promised to match … Continue reading

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An Excellent Real Estate Agent Is Worth A Multiple of Their Weight In Gold

I have been blogging since 2006 in an effort to raise the bar in real estate and to dispel the used car salesman stereotype of real estate agents. Despite my efforts, I am still shocked by some of the incompetence … Continue reading

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