• March 29, 2017
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    Acquire the Most Profitable Realty Investment Deals in Brooklyn with NRIA

    National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC (“NRIA”) offers top quality investment opportunities in prime Brooklyn neighborhoods. Here are 3 recent properties NRIA has developed.

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  • April 15, 2017
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    NRIA Brings another High-Yield Investment Opportunity

    High-return investment property by NRIA in NYC – 248 Union Street, Brooklyn. Assured IRR of 10% with potential to deliver a 14% net IRR. Hurry, property soon to be sold out.

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  • March 27, 2017
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    Manhattan & Brooklyn Real Estate Hot Spots

    A few blocks may make all the difference in the price you pay for a home in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our map, which updates quarterly, shows how values vary by neighborhood, what kinds of deals buyers are negotiating or even whether it makes more sense to rent.

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  • January 20, 2017
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    Expiration of Tax Abatement Won’t Affect Property Value in Philadelphia – Studies

    Property tax abatement is usually seen as a positive law by investors and homeowners, alike. But the concerns over the increased annual expenses once the tax abatement is expired have made many think that it is not wise to invest in, or own a tax-abated property.

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  • December 24, 2016
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    Three predictions for the 2017 resi market

    UPDATED, Dec. 21 at 9:31 a.m.: In 2016, one of the biggest issues facing New York City’s residential market was the weakening demand for ultra-pricey properties. Next year, according to residential listings website StreetEasy, the biggest issue will be how that slowdown will adversely impact the rest of the market.

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  • December 24, 2016
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    StreetEasy’s 2017 New York Housing Market Predictions

    Every year, StreetEasy predicts trends that will be driving the New York City real estate market in the coming year. A year ago, we predicted that 2016 would be the year of the luxury market slowdown and slower price growth across the board, fierce competition in Upper Manhattan and a greater rent burden for Brooklynites.

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