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The New York Department of State will hold a hearing on a cease-and-desist bid for the neighborhood on March 5 (Credit: Getty Images)

No house flippers allowed: East NY residents push for ban

East New York residents and community leaders are pushing to ban house flippers from their neighborhood, trying to end...

No house flippers allowed: East NY residents push for ban
James Whelan and Julia Salazar (Credit: Getty Images, Facebook, iStock)

End of tenant-pays broker fees is “death knell” that will cost jobs and up rents, industry says

State regulators have turned New York City’s rental market on its head. New guidance unexpectedly issued by the Department of State reversed the tenant-pays...

End of tenant-pays broker fees is “death knell” that will cost jobs and up rents, industry says
(Original Caption) 1/1/1940- New York, NY- A scene in the International Casino as merry-makers danced out the old year and the new one in. Early estimates pointed that New Yorkers were putting on the biggest party since 1929- remember?

Judge annuls DFS’ “absurd” anti-marketing rules for title companies

New York title insurers can get back to schmoozing. In a major victory for agents, closers and underwriters, a...

Judge annuls DFS’ “absurd” anti-marketing rules for title companies
Filing Cabinets Mess

New York has fined and suspended dozens of real estate agents. Here’s why consumers are left in the dark

Like many New Yorkers who have had bad experiences with real estate agents, Tanya Mejia took to Yelp in September 2014 to give brokerage...

New York has fined and suspended dozens of real estate agents. Here’s why consumers are left in the dark
Judge orders NY Department of State to pay Mitchell Maxwell & Jackson’s legal fees

Judge orders NY Department of State to pay Mitchell Maxwell & Jackson’s legal fees

The New York Department of State has been ordered to pay more than $115,000 in attorneys fees to the real estate appraisal firm Mitchell...

Judge orders NY Department of State to pay Mitchell Maxwell & Jackson’s legal fees
Broker growth in Brooklyn outpaces that in Manhattan

Broker growth in Brooklyn outpaces that in Manhattan

 Where the business goes, the brokers flow. The number of brokers and agents in Brooklyn’s surging property market grew...

Broker growth in Brooklyn outpaces that in Manhattan
Gary Malin and Larry Friedman

Ranks of Manhattan brokers swell, as market strengthens

UPDATED, 1:37 p.m., Dec. 20, 2013: As the real estate market has bounced back, and the wider jobs market...

Ranks of Manhattan brokers swell, as market strengthens
Admitted real estate license violations now published online for first time

Admitted real estate license violations now published online for first time

For years, when a licensed New York state real estate broker or salesperson admitted to violating state licensing law,...

Admitted real estate license violations now published online for first time
Massey Knakal hit with licensing complaint

Massey Knakal hit with licensing complaint

From left: Kenneth Krasnow of CB Richard Ellis and Daniel Hagan, Cory Rosenthal, Michael Wlody, Robert Knakal and Paul Massey, all of Massey Knakal The New York State agency tasked with overseeing real estate...

Massey Knakal hit with licensing complaint
State opens investigation into alleged real estate license violations

State opens investigation into alleged real estate license violations

The New York State Department of State opened an investigation yesterday into allegations that individuals were improperly engaging in...

State opens investigation into alleged real estate license violations
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