Monday, April 19, 2021

Real Estate

The Party Is Over?!

The 10-year U.S. Treasury Breaks Above 1% After Democrats Secure The House

As I write this article, it is projected that The Democratic Party will take control of Congress for the first time in a decade, after Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff won their Senate runoffs in Georgia.


Get Your Game on With AC Beyda Construction

Albert Beyda has always appreciated a good game of basketball but never paid much attention to the court on which it was played. That changed in 2017 when he became the proud owner of AC Beyda, a premier athletic court construction company.



What’s in Your Garage?

Out of town customers have many interesting comments upon arriving in Teaneck for the first time. “Oh wow! the houses here are so close together,” or, just as frequent, “Oh wow, the houses here are so far apart!” “The trees are so tall; the restaurants are so great … Is this house walking distance to Lazy


Lessons From 2020

To say that 2020 was “a year like no other” wouldn’t adequately describe these past twelve months. The year began with my bold efforts to expand our relationships with business partners and associates through creative events and venues. We had many ideas that we were eagerly anxious to deploy in the months ahead.

Our first endeavor was as the platinum


To Build or Not to Build: The Golden Hook

I was once asked to visit the home of a former customer (one of my favorites if you happen to be reading this) who, after many years of living in a starter home with his wife and small kids, was ready to make the next move. He asked me to sit down at his kitchen table, then opened a drawer and pulled out a yellow legal pad that had


Common Home Pests and How to Eliminate Them

(BPT) Who’s enjoying your home the most, you or your household pests? Consider this: If you’ve seen just one pest, there could be hundreds that have been living in or around your home for at least a year.

Use this guide from the experts at Aptive Environmental to identify and eliminate the


Things You Never Knew (or Cared) About Your Homeowners Insurance, but Should

Basic Coverages Homeowner insurance policies provide protection for several different things all in one policy. The coverage parts of a homeowner policy are listed below. Keep in mind that your policy may provide more or less coverage depending on your needs and the type of policy you purchase. For example, a renter’s policy will not


A Simple Equation

In speaking with a potential client this week, I was reminded, yet again, how most people take things at face value without considering consequences. This person had initially reached out to me in the summer for a second opinion on a refinance; He told me the rate and fees that he was offered elsewhere and wanted to know if I could beat the


Is City Life Coming to Teaneck?

I was asked to brainstorm with a developer as to the best amenities, layouts and pricing for a potential Teaneck apartment complex. My team and I had many conversations as to what would be the most appealing floor plan for veteran members of our community who might consider downsizing from larger homes yet remain in their beloved


Relationship Building in Real Estate During COVID

As a seasoned realtor who has many years of experience, I was faced with the unusual task of successfully selling real estate this past year during the COVID pandemic. Having to deal with COVID both on a personal and professional level, I was presented with an unprecedented challenge of doing my job right. Concern of typical open


Jumping on the Real Estate Boom? Do Your Homework First

(BPT) Over the past several months, everyone’s lives have been upended, with consequences nobody predicted. One unexpected result of the pandemic? A real estate boom.

With so many more people working from home, people are re-evaluating their living spaces, including those who need to factor in


Home Office Setup: Easy Steps To Achieving Optimal Work-Life Balance

While politics and societal issues polarize us, one thing we can all agree on is that working from home blurs the lines between our work and personal lives. We may have successfully transitioned to working from home, but many of us have developed neck or back pain, headaches, wrist pain or fatigue.