CNBC interviews Wei Min Tan on the Manhattan and U.S. real estate markets. Are we in a bubble? Wei Min talks about the drivers and where is demand coming from. Also about the super pricey condominiums along 57th St.
Wei Min Tan is a Manhattan condominium specialist focusing on investors and foreign buyers. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, website www.castle-avenue.com
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Priced 2 bedroom 5th Avenue apartment alongside real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran.
Crain’s interviews Wei Min Tan on where developers would be investing given the less stringent banking regulations and future infrastructure projects.
CNN journalist Les Christie interviews Wei Min on how to win a bidding war. Methods mentioned include paying in cash, getting a pre-approval, contingency clauses and escalation clauses.
Chinese buyers are now the biggest international players in the U.S. housing market and some states are seeing billions of dollars in real estate deals as a result……
Fueled by the Chinese economic boom, Chinese buyers continue to invest in U.S. real estate. Los Angeles and New York are the top U.S. cities attracting Chinese property buyers.
CNN reports on secret pocket listings, where sellers don’t list their property but have brokers “ask around” to see if there is a potential buyer.
International purchases of American homes are ramping up, and a new Senate bill designed to boost the ailing real-estate market would encourage globe-trotting investors to buy even more.
Business Insider published Wei Min Tan’s chart that compares the performance of various asset classes to investing in Manhattan condominiums.
Business Insider journalist Megan Willett interviews Wei Min in this article about the 5 things to do before one invests in New York real estate.
Wei Min explains the importance of being nice when negotiating. This is because people want to do business with people they like.
Shanshan Wu already owns three houses back home in China. But the 36-year-old has spent the last two months in Chicago shopping for a three-bedroom. She’s got……
THREE months ago, when Wei Min Tan, a broker at Rutenberg Realty, negotiated a deal for a new $3 million three-bedroom condominium …
WEALTHY buyers from mainland China, a rapidly expanding economy of 1.3 billion people…
Wei Min Tan’s $29 million Hotel Azure listing, featured in NYT’s property section. The property has 28 hotel rooms, 11,000 sqft and 10 retail stalls.
“People realize Manhattan prices are not going lower” said Mr. Tan, who says demand from foreigners has spiked in the past two months.
It’s now one of the city’s priciest neighborhoods, but 50 years ago TriBeCa, a bustling commercial center in the 19th century, was mostly abandoned.
Home sales made to international buyers rose about 35% for the year ending March 2014, as people took advantage of favorable exchange rates and affordable prices
More and more real estate professionals are dealing with international clients, and interviews with some of the most active agents in the city indicate a clear trend.
New Yorkers can usually be divided into two types — the die-hards who would never leave the city for all the backyard space in the world
International homebuyers have been pouring billions of dollars into the U.S. housing market as they take advantage of lower home prices and a weaker dollar.
NEW YORK ( TheStreet ) — Manhattan, New York’s Midtown East neighborhood has some of the largest concentration of Fortune 500 offices, highest real estate prices and fanciest retail shops in the world.
Wei Min Tan’s article comparing price of Manhattan property to top global cities like Monaco, London and Hong Kong. New York is actually cheap.
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) — Manhattan, New York second quarter 2010 market reports are out showing positive signs by all metrics. Prices increased slightly, days-on-market decreased and transactions increased.
Manhattan, New York apartment Reports show Manhattan prices declined while sales jumped in the first quarter of 2010.
There are benefits and drawbacks to taking direct ownership in a property or investing in a REIT.
The return on investment on a Manhattan apartment was better than the return on the stock market from 1997 to 2009.
The major city brokerages reported a drop in real estate prices in the fourth quarter in 2009, a trend that is expected to continue this year.
Take advantage of the recession and snap up a Fifth Avenue apartment in New York.
Big Apple real estate has weathered the financial crisis better than other markets in other big U.S. cities and is poised for recovery.
From the ease of obtaining a license to their lack of ‘skin’ in the market in which they work, Manhattan real estate agents would rather you not know certain things about their profession.
“This is a hugely important story… Great article.” – Jim Cramer, TheStreet.com, CNBC Mad Money
High net-worth individuals, globally, see high-end residential property as one of the best asset classes to own in 2010.
Wei Min Tan of Castle Avenue Partners is back with a bit of good news for real estate.
Wei Min on bottoming of the Manhattan property market and foreclosures during the great recession.
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Wei Min’s listing, 99 John Street #2203, featured in DNA Info. Asking $1.28 million and has a gorgeous 500 sqft terrace, the ultimate luxury in Manhattan.
An apartment with the number 1188 would be ideal, he said. “In Chinese it translates into ‘get lucky every day.’
In the New York market, particularly Manhattan, sales volume slowed down starting in the second half of 2016 and it became a (rare) buyer’s market.
Wei Min Tan interviewed by The Edge Malaysia about Manhattan’s resiliency during the Great Recession of 2009.
Wei Min Tan, Manhattan property broker originally from Malaysia, interviewed by The Edge, Malaysia’s leading independent business magazine.
Changing the game: Rising mortgage rates speed up New York City sales
Hotel Azure plus retail on market for $29M
Wei Min Tan interviewed on the surge in Chinese buyers coming into NYC.
Wei Min’s youtube channel with introduction video and videos from media appearances on NY1, CNBC, Bloomberg.
Wei Min Tan interviewed by Cooperator regarding Manhattan’s 2014 outlook as market recovers from the recession of 2009 and Hurricane Sandy.
New York City began as a city of immigrants and has maintained a long and laudable history of welcoming foreign travelers and residents.
Interview with Epoch Times Chinese newspaper about investing in New York property.
Interior design for small spaces published in Epoch Times Chinese.
The 2009 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act signed by President Obama
Wei Min Tan writes about the First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit which provides a credit of up to $8,000 for first time home buyers in 2009.
An investment strategy for these times is to buy real estate with borrowed money, let inflation raise rents and property value over the years
Wei Min Tan writes about how to buy foreclosed property in Epoch Times.
Wei Min Tan, founder of TW Group New York LLC, profiled in Epoch Times as successful real estate entrepreneur.
Wei Min Tan profiled in World Journal as successful real estate entrepreneur.
Trend in Chinese buying overseas property growing amid slump in domestic market, with investment in real estate soaring to US$15 billion
Hong Kong resident Jacky Yeung is going to complete the purchase of two Manhattan flats in one go.
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Wei Min Tan’s presentation to Bank of East Asia on the Manhattan property market.
“In Manhattan, the biggest foreign buyers are the Russians and the Chinese. They are two of the world’s strongest emerging economies.”
A year after Bill de Blasio won the mayoral election with a promise of reducing inequality, New York City is caught in a heated debate over the benefits of luxury pied-a-terres.
Hotel Azure, an 11,047 s/f hotel with 1,460 s/f of retail, is on the market for $23.8 million.
The New York City real estate market already feels like a foreign country, with its own language (alcove studio, classic-fives, mansion tax), geography (no, “the city” is not the five boroughs
Don’t be too impressed by superficial features, says Wei Min Tan of Rutenberg. “There’s a lot more to look at than just the lobby and amenities.”
Most people buy and sell a home just a few times during their lives, so even if you consider yourself a good negotiator, chances are that you’re bit rusty when it comes
Wei Min Tan
The most rewarding part of a transaction is knowing that clients trust him because of his expertise, integrity and honesty.
Wei Min Tan
“Every good investment in real estate is based upon supply and demand”.
As foreign investment in U.S. real estate continues to increase, experts say foreign investors, sellers and rival bidders alike should be wary
Affluent Chinese buyers view Manhattan as a bargain for real estate investment, which contributes to about 30 percent of purchases in New York made by foreigners.
GOBankingRates reached out to real estate experts for tips on how to succeed in the country’s largest market.
A strong U.S. dollar isn’t just making vacations overseas more affordable; a brawny buck puts foreign real estate on sale, too.
Wei Min Tan is a property broker focusing on Manhattan, New York luxury condominiums and foreign buyers. He is often interviewed by the media including CNN, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on the subject of foreign buyers of Manhattan property.