Nov. 20, 2017 By Nathaly Pesantez
A free event focusing on local real estate has been planned for Tuesday, where the public can get answers on best buying, selling, and renting practices for Sunnyside and Woodside directly from neighborhood brokers and experts.
The event, called “The Scoop: Local Real Estate” will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 21, in the Queens of Angels church auditorium, located at 44-04 Skillman Ave. Topics of discussion will center on residential real estate, where a group of local brokers will “tell it like it is” on items like market prospects, apartment pricing, the difference between co-ops and condos, and more.
Attendees do not need to be experts on real estate to learn from the event—a short glossary of terms will be handed out, and a Q&A session is also worked into the night. The event will not touch on specific listings or sales, but will instead be an opportunity to have brokers individually assess and give their inputs on a range of residential real estate questions.
The forum comes about in the midst of a rapidly growing Long Island City, which has brought with it an increased interest in Sunnyside and Woodside as a place to live, build, and invest in property.
Brokers featured at the free event, brought by the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce, include Mohamed Bessai of Olympic City Real Estate, Amy FitzGerald from Welcome Home Real Estate, and Scott Cooper from Cooper Real Estate. Ira Greenberg, a real estate lawyer, will also be part on the forum. Lisa Deller, head of community board’s 2’s land use committee, will be the event’s moderator.
No RSVP is required, but to secure a seat, contact the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce.