Monthly Archives: November 2011

Gratitude- latest blog post from Warburg President Frederick Peters on what he is thankful for…

Tweet This is the time of year to express what you are thankful for. Frederick Peters, president of Warburg Realty, shares his annual professional gratitude list. Frederick Peters, President As I have mentioned before in these blogs, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Last week 30 of our closest family and friends gathered at the house…

I Don’t Ask for Much- latest blog from Warburg President Frederick Peters

Tweet The internet and social networks have certainly changed the way we receive news. But how has it changed the way the news is reported? Frederick Peters, president of Warburg Realty, weighs in. Frederick Peters, President Last week The Real Deal held its annual forum at Avery Fisher Hall. I found myself in the surprising…

Toto’s Here To Stay – Latest post from Warburg President on why more people have moved to NYC than left !

Tweet According to recent census data, in the last year more people moved to the city than left. Frederick Peters, president of Warburg Realty, shares his thoughts on why. Frederick Peters, President Over the week-end the New York Times revealed  a profoundly interesting trend: last year, for the first time in decades, more people moved…

The Permanence of the Real- latest market insights from Warburg President Frederick Peters

Tweet As markets the world over behave like roller coasters, the appeal of the real has never seemed greater. Frederick Peters, president of Warburg Realty, shares valuable insights on today’s market. Frederick Peters, President The Chinese love to buy art, jade, jewelry, real estate. They prefer, to a much greater degree than Westerners, to put…

Stellar Stats from warburgrealty.com for October 2011

Tweet The highlights: October  2011, we saw more than 8.5 million hits on warburgrealty.com – which translates into just under 11,500 hits per hour or more 275,000 per day. With more than 500,000 hits, our top traffic day of the month was October 20th – the day our NYT Full Page appeared. The blog continues…