The news is starting to coalesce around the 2017 real estate market in New York City, and all indications are that it will be a busy season. A recent report from StreetEasy indicates that in Brooklyn and Manhattan, resales are seeing rising prices, while there is a low inventory of available homes and as a […]

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Feeder hockey got the bronze medal at the CanAm hockey tournament in Montreal, Canada. Team Feeder beat  team Fort Erie in an epic game. Team Feeder was down 5-1 with 4:47 left in the 3rd period and came back to tie with 4 goals in 3 minutes before winning the game 6-5 in triple overtime. […]

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One of the aspects that differentiates Feeder from other real estate firms in New York City is our devotion to our clients. Having been in the real estate industry for years, I understand the concerns of our clients when it comes to real estate agents. That’s why we’ve made it part of the Feeder culture […]

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In New York City’s fast-paced real estate market, we know that it can seem counter-intuitive to think that the death of the salesman has come — but come it has. At Feeder, we’ve been observing this trend build for some time and wanted to share with you our thoughts and ideas on how to consider […]

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Exclusive listings can sometimes feel elusive. Building relationships with sellers can take time and at moments in many a real estate agent’s career, it may seem like getting exclusive listings just isn’t in the cards. Not only is it possible, we at Feeder want to support you as you excel at acquiring this skill and […]

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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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I had the pleasure of attending the Real Estate Masters Series: Summer 2016 CEO Summit at One Bryant Park earlier this year. The topic for this summit was called, The Outlook on New York Residential Real Estate. To be honest, I expected that the tone of the conversation would be the same typical message that […]

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Over the last 8 years Kathleen Black has made a name as one of North America’s most elite real estate coaches, working with the top real estate companies to shift the mindset towards success. In August of 2016, she teamed up with Feeder in Manhattan for the Elite Business Builder Coaching Series, a set of […]

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