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Kobi on what to do when buying/selling a property that was renovated without a permit.
Kobi on the affects of interest rate hikes on NYC real estate.
Kobi on Whisper listings
Kobi talks about "simultaneous listings"
Kobi on the return of the foreign buyers to the NYC luxury market.
Kobi on tips for great Coop Board reference Letters.
Kobi weighs in on renting vs buying in NYC in 2022.
Kobi on the investment landscape in NYC post Covid.
Kobi Talks about the investment market in NYC
Kobi on the effects of the Delta Variant on NYC Real Estate.
Kobi on the hottest real estate markets in the country to invest in
Kobi on how townhouse sales have risen during the pandemic.
Kobi on negotiations mistakes that buyer fall into
Kobi on the costs resulting from the current delays in closings in NYC
Kobi Lahav Podcast about the unique aspect of buying in NYC
Kobi Lahav on the different aspects of buying ground floor apartments
Kobi Lahav on the unique risks involving escalation clauses
Kobi Lahav on helping his clients test their budget in the Manhattan Real Estate Market.
Kobi Lahav on the unique aspects of buying in NYC
Kobi Lahav on the unique features of buying in NYC
Kobi Lahav featuring a flexible space for a post Pandemic world
Kobi Lahav on how to find the best deals right now
Real estate brokers from New York City spoke with the New York Post about their current situation. According to the report, brokers are struggling to show off properti...
Kobi Lahav on what to consider if you are selling this winter
Kobi Lahav on NYC Real Estate -Article In Hebrew.
Kobi Lahav on the pros and cons of using a resident broker in a building
Kobi Lahav on how the pandemic changed apartment preferences
Kobi Lahav on Buildings Walls in Luxury Units on DNAinfo
Kobi Lahav on the features of an exclusive agreement
Kobi Lahav on how the Pandemic is changing NYC real estate
Kobi Lahav on how the coming elections could impact NYC real estate
Kobi Lahav on how the Pandemic is encouraging NYC brokers to add additional licenses in other states
Kobi Lahav on the features of ground floor apartments
Kobi shares his experience with ground-floor.
Kobi Lahav on should you rent or buy during the pandemic
Kobi Lahav on new developments during the Pandemic
Kobi Lahav on the concessions offered in new developments during the Pandemic
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When you are looking to buy an apartment in New York City, the terms “prewar,” “post-war,” and “new construction” are common among listings, but what do they mean?
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