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What We Offer

Helping businesses,developers and home seekers find and/or design a new home or project from sales & leasing to marketing.

Walking you through the steps from finding your next home or project to the design and renovation process.Save time, save money whether it’s residential or commercial from acquisition to marketing.

Working with a knowledgeable team of professionals who love what they do.

  • Consulting 80%
  • Marketing Campaigns 99%
  • Media 95%

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Amazing Designs

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

What kind of clients do you work with?

I’m a team builder and I work with Buyers & Sellers, Developers, Business owners, looking to work with a team of experts in all facets of real estate investing in an effort to expedite the process with quality results.

What type of marketing techniques do you use?

Marketing leaders;continously track marketing trend including 4k video,drones, branding,broadcast advertising,paid ads,online marketing and social media development which leads to explosive sales.

What's your experience in construction?

Possess specialization in visualizing ideal commercial / residential space buildouts.Hire/consult with architects,Obtain all necessary permits for all levels of construction.Ensure all property ADA compliance,Historic restoration including: Brownstones,replicating historical windows and approved color pallet.Attends zoning meetings,government officials and community orginizations.

” The location was perfect as it was right on the beach with access to Ocean City and Atlantic City with twenty minutes. Billy was accommodating and quick to respond to texts. We couldn’t have asked for a better house…”

Chris Hicks

” You’ve done something different….You put it together and realized you had a winner!…”

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” I am sure the HSU’s will be delighted in your rental …  it is absolutely beautiful.”

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Up for grabs on the East End

From LLNYC: The Hamptons sales market may be stalled, but that translates into good news for those still looking for rental property for the summer. First, the bad news. According to a new report from East End real estate firm Town & Country, luxury homes are still in a slump. Sales in the first quarter “clearly show a tremendous pullback on the high end,” Judi Desiderio, Town & Country’s CEO, said in the report. She also described […]


Source: trdnews

Developers begin migration from L to J,M,Z and G trains

With roughly two years left before the L train shuts down for repairs, developers aren’t wasting time. Already previously less desirable areas in Greenpoint and South Williamsburg are hot grounds for investment. “There were already a lot of natural drivers pushing people into Greenpoint, but the L train shutdown has meant more people paying attention to it,” Anthony Morena, who heads up the architecture and development firm Mortar, told the New York Times. “We’ve had […]


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What First-Time Buyers Should Know About Big-City Real Estate

A (sort-of-serious) theory: The ease with which you can get around your city without a car is inversely proportional to how easy it will be to get your hands on real estate. When you live in a massive metropolis with a few million other people, trains can be easy to come by, but affordable starter homes are not.

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Source: Apartment Therapy

An Incredible, One-of-a-Kind Expanding Tiny House — House Tour

Name: Chloe Barcelou, Brandon Batchelder and Cosmos (AKA Mr. Nose) the free-roaming rabbit
Location: New Hampshire, USA
Years Lived In: 1 year, owned

This tiny house doesn’t seem real. Inspired by steamer trunks, caravans and vintage train cars, it took creative couple Chloe Barcelou and Brandon Batchelder two years to build by hand and from scratch. For only $20,000! Even more amazing, this home on wheels expands. As Chloe and Brandon — who run the film, theater and photography set design company B&C Productions — explain, this tiny house isn’t always teeny tiny: “When it’s traveling, we fold in the office wings and collapse the loft. In this mode, the house is: 8 ½ feet wide, 12 ½ feet tall and 18 feet deep. When it’s fully opened, it’s about 15 feet wide, 15 ½ feet tall and, still, 18 feet deep.”

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Source: Apartment Therapy

An Adorable 1830s Creole Cottage in New Orleans — House Tour

Name: Kelly Ransom and her dog Omelet
Location: Faubourg Marigny; New Orleans, Louisiana
Size: 1,400 square feet
Years lived in: 2.5 years; Owned

Kelly’s 1830s cottage, located on a quiet residential street in the Marigny, has the kind of charm for which New Orleans homes are known. Light blue shutters open to reveal four sets of French doors and classic wrought ironwork. The whole front of the house opens onto the sidewalk, blurring the line between inside and out, while the back of the house has French doors that open to a lush, serene courtyard. One of Kelly’s favorite things about her home is the feeling of connectedness to the outside. “Houses were made to breathe,” she says.

Are '80s Kitchens Making a Comeback?

Fashion evolves faster than decor, which is why home decor Pinterest is still filled with people working out their mid-century and industrial obsessions while fashion Pinterest is almost already to the early ’00s in terms of style. Yet the former might be catching up. The ’80s influence is starting to appear in kitchen design in a few distinctive ways. It may not be as over-the-top as this fabulous vintage kitchen, but we’re definitely seeing glimpses of the trend.

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Source: Apartment Therapy

Ben Carson sells West Palm Beach home

From TRD South Florida: U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former presidential candidate Ben Carson sold his West Palm Beach home for $920,000 — just short of a million dollars.


Source: trdnews

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