We are #1 in the World!!!

We are happy and proud to announce, that Keller Williams is World’s Largest Real Estate Franchise by Agent Count!! Our company added a net gain of 17,000 associates in 2014, increasing its worldwide associate count to more than 112,000.

“We’re #1 and we’ve just begun!” – Gary Keller.

If you know of anybody who would like to join us please let us know!! New people are always WELCOMED here.


Snow and its “beauty”

We hope everyone is okay after the snow storm we encountered this week… Not as big as it was predicted, but still storm we rather not experience.
Children are back in school, we are back at work and streets are getting cleaner and of course safer.

Stay safe Everyone and make sure you are warm, too!!

Thanksgiving Prep!

One of the best U.S. Holidays is almost here!!!

Please share what are you favorite dishes, and how do you usually spend “Turkey Day” with your Family. Are you staying home or go away? We would love to hear from you…

We realtors must be careful!

Beverly Carter’s tragic murder just reminded us, Real Estate Agents to be very careful out there. We all are trying to make a living but this kind of a job is a risky job and we do not really know what might happen to us when we are going for an appointment or showing a property.
This is unreal what happened to Beverly, and we all are really, really sorry. May her soul rest in peace.

Realtors, please be cautious and good luck!

Mosquito Spraying in parts of Queens this Tuesday.

Did you know that Department of Health will spray pesticide this Tuesday, September 16th? Spraying will include areas of Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Woodhaven and Cypress Hills.
The spraying will start at 8:00 p.m. and will finish at 6:00 a.m. the following morning.

If possible, stay indoor and remove children’s toys and your clothes from outdoors.
Best regards!

Great News for Books Lovers!!

Did you know, that now you can order books from Barnes & Noble and have them delivered exactly the same day? Google and Amazon teamed with Barnes & Noble to make it happen. Starting today purchasers in Manhattan, San Francisco and West Los Angeles can order books and have them the same day. This all can be done through Google Shopping Express and Amazon.
If you do not wish to order online, you may also call and pick your order in store.
Take advantage of it, everyone!
Let’s read more!!

MTA bus crashes into Manhattan building

Today, an MTA bus crashed into a minivan and then into a building in upper side of Manhattan.  The incident occurred on Broadway at West 155th Street.  

At the time of the incident the bus was not in service.  According to witnesses, the minivan was trying to make a turn and cut in front of the bus.  The bus driver was injured and his injuries are unknown at the moment.  Also, two pedestrians were hurt and two others occupying the minivan.  They were taken to hospitals.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.  

Hopefully every injured person is okay… 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone!!

We would like to wish everyone a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day.  

Every year, on March 17th we come together and we celebrate this amazing day to remember patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. 

The day commemorates Saint Patrick, celebrates the culture of Irish, and also the arrival of Christianity in Ireland.  The big celebration usually involves parades, festivals, and of course wearing a green attire.  Many people go to church this day.  Lenten restrictions on eating and drinking alcohol are lifted for the day.  

We are proud to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the United States!!

Stay safe!! 



Building Collapse – Possible Explosion in Harlem?

The explosion occurred today at approximately 9:00 in the morning at the 1644-1646 Park Ave. As reported by CNN at least 11 people have suffered injuries, and at least 4 people required hospitalization from an apparent explosion.
The New York Times reported, that Metro-North service has been suspended and Con Edison was ordered to shut off the gas in the area of the explosion. According to residents, the sound of a large explosion was heard around 9:00 a.m. and lots of smoke was present.

We hope everyone is safe and alive!!