BY STREETEASY TEAM MARCH 28, 2017
Buying a home in NYC? In case you missed our seminar last weekend for first-time buyers, don’t sweat it. We have videos from each segment of the seminar below, which was held at New School’s John L. Tishman Auditorium and was attended by more than 500.
StreetEasy Senior Economist Grant Long kicked off the program with a segment titled, “Understanding the Buyer’s Market in NYC.” He provided an overview of the New York City real estate market, including tipping points, best sellers’ markets, best buyers’ markets, median price points and much more. Watch here or click the video below:
Grant’s segment was then followed by a real estate agent’s panel made up of Matthew Bizzarro of The Bizzarro Agency, Erika Sackin of Brooklyn Hearth Realty and Boris Sharapan Fabrikant of Douglas Elliman. Watch here or click the video below:
Tony Jao, a regional manager at Investors Home Mortgage, delivered a 30-minute segment on preapproval, do’s and don’ts when leading up to closing and why closing costs for condos are more expensive than co-ops. Watch here or click the video below:
The program closed with the always-popular panel of recent first-time home buyers who shared their first-person experiences of buying a home in NYC. Watch here or click the video below:
Here are a few of the slides Grant offered during his presentation: