For the most part, real estate agents in New York City have a bad reputation- and for good reason. I do not think that most agents understand the repercussions for such a bad reputation. There are a lot of agents out there and some of them will engage in a practice called “Bait and Switch.” […]

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Since the 2008 stock market crash, banks have been supported by governments through Quantitative easing. Quantitative easing, or QE, is the introduction of new money to the market through the central bank (in the US, that central bank is the Federal Reserve) and by keeping interest rates artificially low. Despite QE’s success at preventing more […]

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