Mitchell Feldman Real Estate Broker/ Owner
Pride Estates
3215 Quentin Road
Brooklyn, NY 11234 Mobile: (917) 805-0783 Fax: (718) 645-1786 Email Mitchell

Contact Mitch at 917-805-0783 for a FREE "Over-the-Phone" Home Evaluation!



          2017 was a record breaking busy year for Brooklyn real estate. Property values throughout the borough have skyrocketed such that they are now the highest they have ever been in the herstory of man! If you are thinking about selling in the near future you should have a professional like me give you a free estimate of your home's value. Your home may be worth a lot more than you think! Many homeowners are realizing the financial advantages this market is offering and seizing the opportunity to make a move to improve their lifestyle.

          Sales in Brooklyn have been brisk, mostly due to the fact that buyers out number available homes nearly 30 to 1. This imbalance of supply and demand continues to drive prices in Brooklyn upward at record levels. Most of the homes that I list are selling within a matter of days, especially when they are strategically priced. Quite often (approx 40% of the time) my personal listings sell for the full asking price or more!

          By the way, 2018 is also a great time to purchase real estate as well. This is due to mortgage rates which are still relatively low, making it very affordable to purchase a home right now. It is a fact that owning your own home as a primary residence, in this day and age, is THE best investment you can make. There is no denying that. When you purchase a home you own an asset that you can later sell or pass down to your children/estate. A qualified buyer can borrow up to $500,000 on a 30 year fixed mortgage and the monthly cost would be less than $2500.00! That is often less than the cost of rent a similar property! All you need to do is come up with the down payment which could be as low as 3% if you are qualified. Also, US veterans can purchase a home with no money down. When interest rates are this low, it opens up opportunities for consumers to purchase a house now which they would not have been able to afford in the past or the future when and if rates and/or prices go up.

          In addition, owning a primary residence is the easiest and best way to save money and create wealth in the United States (especially in New York City, and more specifically... Brooklyn). You get a big income tax write off (that being the interest on your mortgage and your real estate taxes on the home up to $10,000) which can save the average family upwards of $5,000.00 a year on their income taxes (as compared to renting).

          In my opinion as a licensed real estate broker selling homes in Brooklyn since 1993, our market offers much opportunity for both buyers and sellers as we move through 2018 and onward. Sellers can reap the benefit of sales prices that exceed the previous height of the market back in 2007 and buyers can feel confident that they are making a sound investment in their financial future.



        If you are considering selling in the near future, do it sooner rather than later because the market is on fire right now!

As a courtesy for homeowners in Brooklyn...

       Send me a text or email with your name and property address and I will reply with a FREE report showing the approximate market value of your home! This will include a list of all the properties similar to yours that have sold within a 10 block radius of your home within the past 3 months. I will also include a copy of my blog article & list of "Secret Tips on How to Increase the Value of your Home When Selling". There is no cost or obligation so contact me today and find out the true value of your home in today's market.

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Mitchell Feldman, e-Pro Realtor
Broker/ Owner
Pride Estates, Inc.
Office: (718) 596-2888/ Cellular: (917) 805-0783




Licensed Broker in New York State