Felicia Zwebner founded her interior design firm Felicia Zwebner Design fifteen years ago. She has been featured in such National magazines as Traditional Home as well as on TV in NBC’s Open House and HGTV’s Selling NY. Felicia is frequently asked to be a guest panelist and speaker at key Design Centers across the U.S. and has spoken about her formula for designing for the residential, commercial, and hospitality markets and the procurement of fine art and collectibles to enhance environments.
Working with top real estate developers, Felicia has staged high-end properties resulting in highly profitable sales. She was responsible for redesigning a property at The Stanhope which had been on the market for four years at 28 million – after Felicia recreated the space, the property sold in less than six months for 30 million.
After designing furniture for The Stanhope project, Felicia launched her furniture line the FZ Collection. Recently she acquired partnership with a 130,000 square foot factory in Portugal that solely manufactures for the hospitality industry, manufacturing quality products with competitive prices and reasonable lead times. Felicia continues to work with real estate developers and hoteliers on packages that include design services and project management.
Felicia is actively involved with such charities as the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and has served on both dinner cruise and theatre benefit committees for the organization. She will be participating as a designer in the prestigious Kips Bay Decorator Show House in NYC in 2013.
Felicia\’s Kips Bay design
Reflective Energy Solutions
At Reflective Energy Solutions our goal as energy consultants is to procure the best rates for your company which will undoubtedly save you money. We are energy experts with over 75 years of combined industry experience and have developed strong relationships with the most reputable energy suppliers.
Like most companies, energy is a top-five business expense. Already under contract with another energy supplier or consultant? Not a problem - we can help you manage your energy needs more intelligently and cost effectively.
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Elyorah C. Lieberman, President
ECL Interiors Group, Inc.
Multi-faceted interior designer with 30 years experience.
Educational institutions including:
Yeshiva University Presidential suite of Mr. Richard Joel
Library of Yeshiva of Central Queens
Commercial offices include:
Bristol-Myers Squibb 345 Park Ave.
Clairol R&D facility Connecticut
As well as the 58th floor of the Empire State Building for Virgo
On the Residential scene stellar achievements include:
Gutstein residence in Harrison NY
Goldfarb and Rose residences in Manhattan
Ms. Lieberman is available for both design consultations as well as reviewing architectural plans for new construction or renovation. Elyorah also has expertise in space planning and design development.
Elyorah can be reached at:
Tel: (212) 579-7585
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One home price index prepared with MLS data called Carelogic, indicates that national home prices were up 3.8% from a year ago in the month of July. This appears to be the largest annual increase since August 2006.
Debra has worked as a real estate professional for the past nine years selling and listing over 200 homes in the Bergen County area. She has also listed and leased over 50 rental properties and is very familiar with Teaneck, Fairlawn, Bergenfield, New Milford and Englewood. Debra has been a recipient of the NJAR Circle of Excellence award from 2005-2011 and her demeanor is relaxed and patient devoting endless hours to every client. On a personal note she has been a Teaneck resident for over 25 years and her husband Howard has a real estate license as well. Their three children attended Yavneh Academy, Frisch High School and Rutgers University.
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As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Mr. Buffet is positive in terms of a housing “comeback.” New home inventory is at the lowest its been in 5 decades and it seems we are approaching a 6 month threshold of existing home inventory – the difference between a buyer’s market and a seller’s market. Two components that distinguish the current “uptick” as opposed to last year’s slight rally are, according to Buffet, momentum and the price/rental ratio which are now at 1998 levels (preceding the housing boom).
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Rentals have been “moving” quickly in the Teaneck/Bergenfield area. 5-6 bedroom homes in excellent condition may run between $4,000 – $5,000 a month. According to today’s Wall Street Journal if rents in a specific location are on the rise and it becomes cheaper to buy than to rent – home prices will rise. Obviously the low interest rates are part of the affordability equation. Check out the inventory and take the plunge!
If you are selling your home or looking to refinance you can take some steps to hopefully get a “positive” appraisal. If you are selling your home, the perspective buyer cannot pick the appraiser but the seller can be present at the time of the appraisal (or your real estate agent) and highlight all improvements that increase the home’s value. You or your agent should provide all comparable sales that can support the sale price of the home within the prior 3-6 month period. The same is true as well if you are refinancing your home.