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How to Buy a Second Home that Pays for Itself

Recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that home sales were up more than 17% in June 2020 from the month before, and up more than 13% compared to the year prior. Those who have the means to buy a second home are wise to take on mortgage debt (or reorganize their current debt) […]

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Amex Yurt Villages: An incredible dinner at Lilia in New York City

I’ve taken many extra precautions throughout the pandemic, including avoiding indoor dining. Sadly, that means my “outdoor dining” options are limited, too — many restaurants throughout New York City have built makeshift enclosed dining rooms in the street, choosing to prioritize heat over airflow, making it difficult to avoid spreading COVID-19. That isn’t the case …

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[NYC] Restaurant Week: Get $20.21 Meals & $10 Off With Mastercard (1/25 – 1/31)

New York City Restaurant Week runs from January 25 through January 31: Get lunch or dinner meals for $20.21. Register and get $10 back with your Mastercard for every transaction of $20.21 or higher. Limit ten $10 credits. Read More

Here Are 9 Options for Finding Free or Cheap Audiobooks

Though I own hundreds of books, I rarely find time to sit down and crack one open. I do, however, make use of my time in the car to listen to audiobooks. But how do you get the audiobooks you want without paying a lot of money? There are a number of audiobook services available, […]

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Newly Renovated, 1915-Built Townhouse in Park Slope Asks $4.4 Million

A four-bedroom townhouse with park views and tons of charm has recently hit the market, and we’re dying to tell you all about it. The listing, brought to market by Compass’ Michael J. Franco, is right next to Prospect Park, Brooklyn’s second largest park, and has plenty of outdoor space (and a rooftop deck to […] More

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