Business Insider interviews Wei Min on investing in New York property

Posted by Wei Min Tan on September 19, 2017

Publication:  Business Insider

 

Summary:  New York City is a top city for high net worth global property investors because of the brand allure, high demand and stability.  However, buyers still need guidance before taking the plunge.  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.  For example, knowing the difference between a Condo vs a Coop, knowing the neighborhood and seeing the property for yourself before buying.

 

Wei Min’s comments in article:  New York real estate is perhaps the most transparent in the world.  Everyone has the same access to inventory.  In many countries, separate brokers hold access to specific inventory but this is not the case in New York.

Wei Min also talks about foreigners only knowing locations like Times Square, Fifth Avenue and Wall Street, but these may not be the best choices for investment.  In addition, seeing the property from a buyer-focused objective is very important.  Some of his clients buy without being here to view the property but it’s because Wei Min views on their behalf and they can participate in the viewing virtually through online video.



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641 Lexington Avenue,
22nd floor,
New York, NY 10022





641 Lexington Avenue,
22nd floor,
New York, NY 10022





About Wei Min


  • Focuses on investors of Manhattan condominiums, interviewed by CNBC, CNN, Wall Street Journal, New York Times
  • Ex-Citibanker, managed $500 million portfolio
  • MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Manhattan resident since 1999. Currently lives in Tribeca with wife and 2 kids
  • 352 burpees in 23 minutes, student of muay thai kickboxing

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