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Almost overnight, the real estate
market has changed.
Yes, almost overnight, we have entered into a new and difficult economic era. NOW is the time for you to restructure your image, re-negotiate your construction loans and to get an independent view and effective advice on your project. Real estate developers often under-estimate the importance of image and perspective and feelings of the public. Many developers view the building which they developed as their baby, and feel that once the project is finished...it will sell itself. Sadly, a new reality has set in and it requires people who have long term experience in real estate image and public understanding to step in. We can recreate the image of your project to conform with the necessities of the reality of our time. Contact us today. You need our knowledge and ability now. We are the last lifeboat.
How bad will it get?
Recession or Depression?
What businesses survived the great depression?
Where is a safe place to invest in today?
What is next with the economy?
Should we buy now or wait?
Inflation with stagnant growth? Stagflation is here?
Should we just walk away from our investment?
Should be stop paying our mortgage?
How can we renegotiate the terms for our mortgage?
When will things get better?
What programs can help with our mortgage payments?
Will we be able to sell in six months or should be reduce the price and sell now?
What is safe?
How long will it last?
Is this time different than past times?
Are the banks strong enough?
Is our money safe?
Will the election help the economy?
Can it get worse?
What are the best economic survival techniques?
Is it time to get out of the market?
Should we buy stocks or sell?
What if we can not make the payments?
What about our employees?
What if the buyer loses his/her job?
What to do if the contracted buyer does not want to close?
What about our credit rating?
Will the market remain soft in NYC (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island)?
Can we reduce our carrying costs?
Can we reduce our taxes?
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