Thursday, October 6

Small Business

5 Tips for Keeping Your Business Afloat During COVID-19

Home Equity Loans, Small Business
Many businesses are laying off employees or shutting doors, at least temporarily during the coronavirus pandemic. Only you can make the decision about what’s right for your business—and you should do so in consultation with business experts such as CPA advisers or business coaches. You’ll also want to make sure that you are following the guidelines established by your local government. But if you’re looking for ways to weather the storm, consider these five tips for keeping your business afloat during COVID-19. 1. Offer Delivery For many businesses, a lack of foot traffic is crushing cash flow. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have products that others want and need. During this time when many people are unable or afraid to leave their homes, you can continue t...

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

Small Business
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 boot). The townhouse sits in one of Brooklyn’s trendiest, most desirable neighborhoods — Park Slope — with its leafy streets lined with brick and brownstone townhouses, many of which were built near the turn of the 20th century and have been lovingly updated over the decades by young families migrating from Manhattan. Much like its neighboring properties, the 2,600-square-foot townhome at 15 Prospect Park was originally built more than a century ago in 191...