Celebrating Independence, Brooklyn-Style!
The Fourth of July is fast approaching and if you feel like keeping celebrations local, you’re in luck! We’ve putRead more.
3 Brooklyn Spots for Father’s Day Fun
Feeling dull and debating what to do for Father’s Day this year? Here are our Father’s Day ideas that’ll haveRead more.
9 Tips For Summer Security While On Vacation
Departing the city shouldn’t lead to parting ways with your prized possessions. Here’s our guide to keeping your home safeRead more.
Serenity Within Arm’s Beach
As the free-throws wind down and the home runs and sun heat up, we’re sharing our picks for New YorkRead more.
How To: Stage your Home to Make the Best Impression
So you’ve decided to sell your home, a place that more than likely holds a lot of sentimental value toRead more.
The Concise House-Flip Guide
Here’s our complete guide to house-flipping from tips and mishaps to a case study. 5 house-flip tips (via Investopedia) GoingRead more.
Kitchen Renovation on a Budget
You can count(er) on it! Resurfacing countertops is fairly simple with new laminate costing $30 to $40 per square footRead more.
Bathroom Renovation Checklist
6 Months Out – Vision on a Mission Inspire your creative juices and let them overflow by starting a visionRead more.
Choose Your Flavorhood
The young and young-at-heart alike get eggstatic over Easter chocolates, but did you know there’s a huge variety made rightRead more.
Go Hard and Grow at Home!
Swim suits and barbecues won’t be the only things you’ll be taking home from Macy’s this Spring because with theRead more.
iSpy the Irish in Bay Ridge
Before the Declaration of Independence and more than 250 years ago, New York City had its first St Patrick’s DayRead more.
Living Minusculey Ever After?
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’re taking a look at the ways couples can save space and money when moving intoRead more.
Handy Heat Help
If your building owner or management hasn’t scored a building maintenance touchdown your whole tenancy and isn’t ever going toRead more.
In the Media: December 2014
Thank you to our friends at Curbed NY for the recent publicity we’ve received. They’ve written up a story aboutRead more.
A Philanthropic End to 2014
Light snow, lit up houses and large crowds flocking to Rockefeller Plaza can only mean one thing – the holidayRead more.
Selling on your Own
Like pacing up and down the platform of the C train for another 20 minutes versus giving up and hailingRead more.
Keeping it Real in Real Estate
Finding an honest real estate agent doesn’t have to feel like climbing Mount Everest – if you do your homework.Read more.
Six Scary Spots in Brooklyn
The McCarrren Pool Our first spooky spot in Brooklyn is a place to dive for. While the waters are stillRead more.