Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Our show is about everything Real Estate to every consumer in the New York marketplace and on occasion we also focus on the national market place.brbr The program will provide you with the most educated approach to a deal including introduction to the most qualified resources in the business of real estate to successfully, buy and close a transaction. brbr In particular we will focus on the local Manhattan market. We will talk to sellers, buyers, agents, attorneys, and mortgage bankers, stagers and designers, all engaged in the deal to find success and happiness.brbr We will also look weekly at local and national market conditions at the beginning of every show. brbr What is the pulse on the market? Find out, by tuning in to Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco, broadcasting live every Tuesday at 6 AM Pacific Time, 9 AM in New York, on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.... Show More

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July 21, 2020 56 min
Co-op rules need to change. This has been the mantra of the NYC real estate industry for many years. Things like fair housing practices and time of board approval are becoming increasingly more of a concern. Can this city get there with new laws surrounding these “private” corporations? And while putting together your board package, you start to get curious and a bit worried. Co-op boards require so much personal information abo...
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July 14, 2020 54 min
Your real estate marketing social media strategy can make or break your business in 2020. With an overcrowded marketplace and industry, it is crucial to put your mind to the task and show what makes your business unique. Yet throwing a few social media ideas at the wall and seeing what sticks simply isn’t going to cut it. A solid, well-rounded real estate social media strategy needs to be intentional and rooted in the fundamentals ...
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Co-op rules need to change. This has been the mantra of the NYC real estate industry for many years. Things like fair housing practices and time of board approval are becoming increasingly more of a concern. Can this city get there with new laws surrounding these “private” corporations? And while putting together your board package, you start to get curious and a bit worried. Co-op boards require so much personal information abo...
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The real estate market throughout the years has benefited many people, from buyers to sellers to investors. But even with relatively low-interest rates and reduced selling prices today, there is still a big gap between the number of people that want to own a home and those that are able to make that purchase. Getting a mortgage is inevitable. Unfortunately, standard mortgages are not always accessible for many people, especially fi...
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On our show today: In New York City, the global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, homeowners are not putting their homes on the market so fast: new sales inventory has hit a significant low during the months of lockdown as validated by several real estate platforms. However, the New York City rental market is showing early signs of a turnaround from the sharp declines it experienced in mid-March, when public health protocol...
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June 16, 2020 53 min
On our show today: When most people consider buying residential property in New York City, their first question is whether they should purchase a unit in a co-operative (co-op) or condominium (condo). However, many purchasers are more interested in owning one of the many historic townhouses that can still be found throughout the City. But townhouses are relatively rare in New York City, making up less than 2% of annual residential...
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June 9, 2020 53 min
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On our show today: In New York City, the global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, homeowners are not putting their homes on the market so fast: new sales inventory has hit a significant low during the months of lockdown as validated by several real estate platforms. However, the New York City rental market is showing early signs of a turnaround from the sharp declines it experienced in mid-March, when public health protocol...
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May 26, 2020 55 min
On our show today: Living a green lifestyle is about truly embracing sustainability and making real differences for the planet and people. Today, everyone wants to do his or her bit for the environment. However, knowing how to go about it is the key and it is hard. The real estate markets interest in green real estate, on new and existing buildings, is on the rise and there is no end in sight. Homeowners are seeking healthy, gre...
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May 19, 2020 53 min
On our show today: When most people consider buying residential property in New York City, their first question is whether they should purchase a unit in a co-operative (co-op) or condominium (condo). However, many purchasers are more interested in owning one of the many historic townhouses that can still be found throughout the City. But townhouses are relatively rare in New York City, making up less than 2% of annual residential...
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On our show today: NYC is a resilient city, a vibrant community of diversity and strength. We have overcome many tragedies and obstacles that have shaped the fabric of our neighborhoods. COVID-19 has changed the way we do things but it has not changed who we are. How will be go forward with our businesses and our life? Also today: Devin Someck is Living New York Co-Founder and Principal responsible for overseeing the firm'...
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On our show today: The Manhattan and Brooklyn markets are made up of numerous sub-markets or neighborhoods, all of which have unique characteristics. Although headlines in 2019 were dominated by negative market stories confirming an overall downturn in the NYC condominium market, numerous neighborhoods experienced continued demand proving that well-located and well-priced developments are still highly sought after by today’s cons...
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April 28, 2020 50 min
Building a professional real estate team can be critical for a successful real estate business. Real estate teams work together in helping clients find, buy, and sell or rent properties throughout the process. However, building these teams can be an arduous task and finding the right agents is important to the dynamic of the players involved. There is an old saying, “If you’re the smartest person in the room, then you are in the wr...
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U.S. real estate agents and lenders are bracing for the biggest housing crash in over a decade. Since the coronavirus spread and the American government shut down the nation’s economy, real estate reports are grim and show the U.S. housing market is facing considerable challenges “amid economic uncertainty.” Buyer confidence is changing. When and how will this reverse, what will the comeback be like? What will the new normal be in...
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On our show today: So everyone has a fascination with NYC Real Estate. Some would ask why? Well we are the greatest city on earth and with that comes many things. One being the super-hyped housing market in NYC. Price, price, price. But just like life anywhere in the world we have our dramas, intrigue, shocking situations, emotional ups and downs, strong opinions, and an entitlement that can be all consuming. With that said the re...
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April 7, 2020 54 min
Manhattan real estate sales ground to a halt in March. Could prices plunge next? Coronavirus hammers the already battered NYC luxury housing market, luxury new condo developments may not rebound for a very long time. The White House warns that the week ahead will be full of sadness as the US death toll will increase significantly. NYC is devastated by COVID-19. Hospitals face severe shortages of critical supplies and PPE. And Wall...
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March 31, 2020 50 min
New Yorkers who don’t abide by social distancing may want to watch out for their condo and co-op boards or rental buildings. The state has barred social gatherings and ordered employees of non-essential businesses to stay home. Not everyone, of course, is following the rules. So, condo and co-op boards and rental buildings are exploring their options for dealing with residents who, say, grant access to the building for friends an...
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On our show today: Agents are seeing home sales fall as panicked buyers back out of deals and sellers hesitate to invite strangers into their home for showings, The Wall Street Journal reports. The virus strikes the city at a particularly unfortunate time, halting home sales at the time when they would normally be at their peak. But unlike previous drops in home sales, like during the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008, this is not...
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At this Hour: What we are going through some say is natural because we have been here before. I don’t buy it. Deals are harder to do which means we need to work harder to save each one of them. But that seems standard to me though. So what’s the rub here? Prices have come down but I think more is needed to meet buyer’s expectations but are the sellers there yet? If you want to stay in this business of making deals, you need ...
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On our show today: As of yesterday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asked employers to let people work from home, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the number of coronavirus cases has jumped to 142, highest in the country. Eight patients of the 142 are being treated in the hospital and most cases are located in Westchester County. Cuomo has stressed that most people who become infected will have mild symptoms. Cuomo al...
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