Donald Brennan, principal of MyHome, Brooklyn and Brennan Realty Services, received the Dodge YMCA’s “Volunteer of the Year” award in March 24. Brennan was honored for his efforts as Chair of the Dodge YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign 2010, which helped to raise $150,000 for the program. The YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign provides financial assistance to hundreds [...]
While the numbers are controversial (Could Brooklyn have really only grown by 1.6%?), The New York Times has done a great job mapping out the latest census data. Take a look and see what the census says about your neighborhood.
While I’m not a huge fan of the double duplex configuration in this narrow brownstone, it could be easily converted to a single family home. (I am, however, a fan of the garden level Chef’s kitchen and French doors.) Get all the details in my latest “2 Cents” column here.
This brownstone has an ideal configuration–an owner’s triplex and a garden-level rental–and it’s in move-in condition. But is it worth the $2.695 million? Get all the details here.
Why Barbara Corcoran says, “On the Internet everyone is equal.” Read about the growing influence of small brokers.
Check out this new photo album of Carroll Gardens street scenes we just added on our Facebook page!
Check out the March issue of the Brennan Buzz Newsletter from Brennan Realty Services–and make sure you’re on our email list for the next one! (See the “Sign up” box on the home page.)
Have you been to any open houses lately? I have—I try to hit a few each weekend—and the ones I’ve been to have all been packed. There appears to be pent-up demand in brownstone Brooklyn, especially for larger homes with three and four bedrooms. Even in transitional neighborhoods like Gowanus, buyers are out there looking—and [...]