Long Island

Cohen joins Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C. as principal

Woodbury, NY Gettry Marcus CPA, P.C., a Top 200 Firm, has welcomeed Matthew Cohen as  principal. Cohen will join Gettry Marcus’ small business group.

Horn elevated to VP, partner at Schacker Realty

Melville, NY According to Schacker Realty, Jeffrey Horn has been promoted from associate broker to vice president and partner, licensed real estate broker.

Bhansali, Bhansali & Patil of AccountantsWorld named to Accounting Today list of 100 Most Influential People

Hauppauge, NY According to AccountantsWorld, a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for accountants, its co-founders Dr. Chandra Bhansali and Sharada Bhansali, as well as director of practice

Forchelli welcomes DeCapua and Rosenzweig as partners

Uniondale, NY Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (FDT) have welcomed Anthony DeCapua to its Construction and Litigation practice groups as a partner and James Rosenzweig to its Real Estate, Banking & Finance and Restaurant & Hospitality practice

P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. promotes nine employees

Bohemia, NY P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC) has promoted nine employees Their hard work, dedication, eagerness to learn and adapt, as well as demonstrating their ability to manage a larger workload and accept greater

Commercial real estate financing basics: Secure the best terms, protect long-term interests - by Nicholas Racanelli

When it comes to financing a commercial real estate property, there are many misconceptions that prevail both among real estate investors and their brokers. These misconceptions can place an investor in unnecessary risk and incurring poor terms and

Trends in 2020: What to expect this year in commercial real estate technology - by Ron Koenigsberg

>With 2019 completed, we’re looking forward into the new year. In 2020 we can expect some very interesting technology trends to saturate the commercial real estate market. Some commercial real estate tech trends for

A look at Long Island’s office market and its stellar end to the decade - by Janet Wachter

The Long Island office market maintained its strength throughout the final quarter of 2019, closing out the year with the highest volume of year-end leasing activity since 2016. According to our most recent data produced by CBRE’s Long Island

Hunt Corp. Q & A: Staying ahead of the curve - by David Hunt

Q: We will be placing our professional building on the market shortly. What are some of the steps we can take now to avoid problems in the selling process? A: You are smart to be thinking ahead. Hasty, ill-informed, and costly decisions are often

Year end review – How did we do? What we may expect for 2020 - Ralph Perna

As we begin a new year, from my point of view, 2019 presented little surprises, except, one. I will dub it “The biggest real estate blunder of the decade.” In November 2018, Amazon announced their decision to locate a second