If you read what this new blog is about, you know I’m tackling a very big subject.
Attempting to explain how real estate really works in NYC would mean I either know a thing or two or I should have my head examined.
I can see how some might think, “how can this help me where I live? “.
That’s a fair question.
After all, real estate is a locally occurring phenomenon as a result of laws, standards and practices.
But in spite of how much things differ by location each have more in common than not.
So before I lay out the game plan, let’s go over the basics so we’re on the same page.
what each location has in common
No matter where you live, anyone owning property will have their interests acknowledged publicly in a legal instrument, otherwise known as a deed.
If someone is interested in buying a property, they’ll more than likely use financing in order to use as little of their own money as possible.
The state where any property is located will outline the rights you have in a set of laws specific to real property ownership.
Those same laws will also state who can be involved in a real estate transaction, in addition to what minimum level of education an individual must have to be licensed.
This is the basis for how real estate works in all 50 states and most countries around the world.
If this makes sense so far, then the game plan will make it easier to tackle issues, topics and concerns through the content you’ll get when you sign up for our weekly newsletter.
so here’s the game plan
The moment you sign up to get updates from Corley Brooklyn you’ll get the latest article published and
- links about the latest occurring in real estate
- a way to ask any question to our panel of experts, and
- a special report about a topic you’d want to know better
The special reports is the part I’m most excited about, as it will be offered FREE only to those who subscribe to our email newsletter.
And that’s just the start!
I’m developing this site into a multimedia resource that will include video, slide presentations, podcast interviews and more.
So sign up below so you won’t miss the opportunity to access this resource in the coming weeks.
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