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Buying in 2018? 7 Steps to Take Now
CFP with WWA Planning & Investments in Indiana. He advises that homebuyers shop around for the lowest interest rates. Note that closing costs can vary too, so discuss with your real estate agent ways to keep yours down. “We saved $150 on the closing fees ...
Rich Bockmann and E.BSolomont |
April 24, 2018 08:00AM
Andrew Heiberger and Town’s Astor Place office
At least three of Town Residential’s Manhattan offices are potentially in play as the gravely wounded brokerage shutters its resale and leasing operations.
Offices at 26 Astor Place, 33 Irving Place and 110 Fifth Avenue – Town’s flagship Flatiron District location – could all be snapped up by rival brokerages picking through the remains of what was once one of the city’s top brokerages, sources told The Real Deal.
Town already invested significant money in building out the spaces, and the offices are designed specifically for agents.
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