Browsing Brownstones? Don’t Miss This Agent-Hosted Townhouse Panel

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The free virtual event, featuring a coterie of well-versed King’s County professionals, is here to help answer all your stooped-stock queries.

Single or multi-family? Why does kitchen placement matter so much? What’s the best route for financing — and how on earth do you manage a renovation budget across three stories and a backyard?

Those are just some of the questions you’ll be able to throw at the experts behind “Brownstones and Townhouses 101,” a free Brownstoner webinar scheduled for 3pm on January 14th co-hosted by two Brooklyn-based Corcoran agents.

“After years of guiding clients through townhouse purchases, renovations, and sales, I’ve amassed a wide array of resources to help buyers beyond just the transaction,” remarked Sephrah Towbin of our Park Slope office, who is joined by colleague Statia Grossman in the endeavor.

They’ll share the screen with an all-star team of specialists: Attorney Peter Gleason of MMPS, architect Abigail Coover Hume of Overlay Office, and Sam Allan, a Brooklyn Heights-based senior lending officer at Chase. Together, they’ll answer any and every question concerning buying, selling, financing, and renovating the borough’s most iconic housing — one that’s also lately enjoying sky-high popularity in Manhattan, where townhouse closings in October jumped 44% year-over-year.

“They’re a unique product, but they shouldn’t be intimidating,” added Grossman. “We hope to excite, ease minds, and eliminate some question marks for those considering a first-time transition to New York City townhouse life.”

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