Revaluate in the News – “Big Deal” Edition
More big time news outlets and reporters are asking Revaluate to dig deep in order to uncover the dirt and diamonds on New York Real Estate.
Yesterday Revaluate was featured in the New York Post, in an article highlighting the crazy low taxes assessed on the super high end penthouses around Central Park. The most expensive Penthouse ever sold went for 100M, and paid only 16k in Taxes! The article is getting lots of publicity, and was the featured as an exclusive.
Realtor.com is the official website of the National Association of Realtors – and is operated by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and thats somewhat of a big deal. When they call, we answer.
In the last month, they’ve called frequently.
Realtor.com does a nice job covering high end and unusual listings. Heres the beautiful and historic Low Mansion, turned most expensive home in Brooklyn. Across town, we helped them find details on a $10M stylish high end Tribeca Penthouse with a See thru bathroom.
The former home of William Randolph Hearst recently hit the market and Revaluate learned that it shares a wall with Giorgio Armani. But that may not be your style – so you may prefer to pick up Tommy Hilfigers Penthouse for 80M. Either way – if you move in as their new neighbors you may have to up your fashion game significantly. Do you think they would bring you a cupcake welcome basket?
Curbed used Revaluate data to highlight specific concerns surrounding illegal hotels. We found links between fires, complaints , department of building violations and more. We helped tell the complete story of the building from sale to short term rental to sale. Some of the management companies would make for very unpleasant neighbors, and significantly reduce your livability. No chance for cupcake welcome baskets.
USNews & World Report plugged Revaluate and quoted CoFounder Max Galka in a recent post on buying a home with subprime credit. Max has lived on almost every block of Manhattan – so he’s kind of an expert on all things Manhattan real estate. His favorite location? Revaluate HQ of course.