Design + Architecture

Looking for a mortgage or refi? Or want to upgrade the place you already have? We've got you covered

By The List  | February 21, 2013 - 10:58AM

Remember the last time you thumbed through the Yellow Pages to find contact information for a service you need right this minute? Neither do we.

These days, we have The Real.Est. List, BrickUnderground’s exhaustive resource directory, featuring hundreds of businesses ready and willing to cater to your every whim. This week, The List welcomes two new Featured Members:

Bryan Siegel, Citibank Real Estate Lending (212-559-4454, Whether you’re buying a new home or looking to refinance your existing one, Bryan Siegel of Citibank Real Estate Lending can help you lock in the lowest rates available and render the nowadays stressful mortgage process as painless as possible.

Siegel, a seasoned mortgage banker who has been featured on HGTV’s Selling New York, specializes in high net worth real estate deals and the jumbo loans needed to finance high-end properties. His clientele—comprised of many Wall Street and hedge fund professionals—often have more complex financial records, including tax returns, which can complicate the process.

Decorative David (646-756-4368, Need to update your outdated kitchen? Eager to replace the glitzy gold-plated fixtures in the guest bathroom? Want a simple paint job to spruce the place up? Self-proclaimed “design psychologist” David Mayer, a.k.a. Decorative David, works with budgets of any size to build functional living spaces that reflect clients’ personal needs.

That includes stretching small spaces with creative storage ideas, built-ins and properly scaled furniture; installing lighting that highlights prized artworks or new window treatments to block out damaging light; or coming up with a new decorative scheme for your entire apartment.  No job is too big or too small.

For home help at home, check out The Real.Est. List, the ultimate real estate guide and resource directory for all those who buy, rent, sell or dwell in NYC. 

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