. What can I do on StreetEasy?
StreetEasy gives you all your market search details in one place. You can search for a home in traditional ways or by school zone, building, and neighborhood. You can share your opinions on anything related to your neighborhood or real estate. You can save searches and have us email you when new information is updated. As a broker you can use the site to manage your listings and increase your own exposure.
1. What can I search for in StreetEasy?
StreetEasy has both Sale and Rental listings and lets you search these listings using our comprehensive search capabilities. You can do a basic search using a location, price and apartment size or you can do an advanced search using amenities, proximity to transportation, school zones, estimated monthly payments and much more. The additional search criteria can be found under the “Advanced Options” button. We also give the option to search for buildings that fit the type of building you are looking for (e.g. Doorman buildings, Green buildings, Buildings with elevators, Buildings with parking, etc)
We also have a keyword search box to help you quickly find information on buildings, schools, agents, neighborhoods and recorded sales. The keyword search box is on the StreetEasy home page underneath the traditional search form. We also have a quick search box, which is located on the upper right hand side of every page. The quick search box shares the same functionality as the keyword search box. Using the keyword search or the quick search you can search for the following:
* Street Addresses – enter a street address and the search will find properties at that street address.
* Schools – enter the name of a school in the city and we will find that school and show you all listings zoned for that school (Example: PS 6, Lillie Blake)
* Agents – enter the first and/or last name of the agent and we will show agents which currently have listings in StreetEasy (Example: Cohen, Williams)
* Neighborhoods – enter the name in our quick search box and we will bring you to a page with information about that neighborhood, including listings, new developments and stats (Example: Yorkville, UWS, Williamsburg )
* Recorded Sales – if you are a StreetEasy Insider you can search recorded sales by address or party name using the quick search. You can also search by price, neighborhood and other criteria using our Recorded Sales Search.
2. How do I search for something that may be in the listing’s description?
When searching for listings on StreetEasy, you can further personalize your search by using the ‘Description Includes’ feature. This function allows you to search for listing characteristics that may not be defined by the listing’s amenities, but that are included in its description.
First, click on “Advanced Options” to access the additional search options. Then locate the “Description Includes” text field and type in the words you’re looking for in the description. Examples include “Townhouse”, “Brownstone”, “Exposed Brick”, “Handyman Special”, etc.
3. How do I save my search?
You can save your search and receive emails whenever a new listing is uploaded that meets your search criteria. To do this you must be signed up and logged into your account. Once your search results are shown, click on the “Save” button towards the top of the page to save the search criteria to your Folders
4. Do I need to be a paid member of StreetEasy to save searches?
No, all you need to do is register an account with us to save searches with StreetEasy.
5. How do I search for recorded sales?
The Recorded Sales link is located on the Homepage and also under the “Resources” option on the main navigation bar found on every page. Once you’ve navigated to the Recorded Sales search page, just enter in your criteria and hit the search button.
6. How do I search for listings zoned for a specific school zone or district?
You can search for the school name via the text search on the StreetEasy homepage or the search field available in the upper-right corner of all other pages. On the subsequent results page, follow the desired link in the School section. On the school page, you’ll see a summary of available sales and rentals zoned for this school in the Listings section. Follow either of these links to browse available listings.
To search for schools including other criteria, first navigate to a Sales Search or a Rentals Search. From there, click on “Advanced Options” to access the advanced search criteria. From there, locate either the “School District” field or the “Zoned for School” field.
Please be aware of the difference in the two – The city is divided up into 32 districts. Each district is then divided into zones for the purpose of defining the geographical area that is served by neighborhood schools.
7. How do I find open houses?
You can search for open houses using the Open House Planner or through the “Advanced Options” section of the search criteria.
You can also jump directly to a view of open houses scheduled for the coming week by going to the Open House section found towards the bottom of the homepage. These results may then be further filtered.
Additionally, any open house information for a listing is also displayed on the search results pages. You can quickly add the open houses to your planner by clicking on the “Add to planner” button located next to the open house information on the search results page.
8. How do I view all of the listings in a particular neighborhood?
Search for the neighborhood name via the search field on the StreetEasy homepage or the search field available in the upper-right corner of all other pages. On the subsequent results page, follow the desired link in the NEIGHBORHOOD section. On the neighborhood page, you’ll see separate sections for Sales and Rentals, with links to view more listings available in both. (Ex: East Village)
9. How do I create my own boundary for listings when doing a search?
As long as you are reigstered on our site, you’ll have access to our custom boundary tool. The custom boundary tool allows you to find listings within your own desired area. Here’s how you can use this tool:
First, click on “Advanced Options” and then click on the picture of a map labeled “Create a new boundary” to open the custom boundary window.
You can drag the corners of this rectangle to your desired shape, drag the shape using the circle in the middle, and create more corners by dragging the smaller squares found between two existing corners. Once you create your shape, give it a name at the bottom, then click ‘Add’ to continue your search with this boundary. Be sure to run the search after creating the boundary. If you don’t run the search, the custom boundary will not be saved. You can maintain your saved custom boundaries from your Settings page.
10. Search by Tax Abatements and Income Restriction
Income restricted apartments rent only to individuals who meet certain income requirements. Since income restricted housing is designed to benefit those with low to middle incomes, the income requirement consists of a maximum, instead of a minimum like other apartments. To search using Income Restrictions, first navigate to either a “Rentals” or “Sales” search. From there, click on the “Advanced Options” button to open up the advanced search options. Locate the “Income Restricted” field and choose one of the options. When you’re finished, just click on the “Search” button.
A tax abatement is a decrease or rebate of a tax improperly made, it can also be a tax break offered by the government to cause incentive for development in a particular area. With StreetEasy, you can search for tax abatements on a particular listing that expires in anywhere from 3-10 years. To search using Income Restrictions, first navigate to either the “Rentals” or “Sales” search page. From there, click on the “Advanced Options” link to open up the advanced search options. Locate the “Tax Abatement” field and choose one of the options. When you’re finished, just click on the “Search” button.
11. How do I search for listing amenities such as pets allowed, outdoor space, furnished units, etc.
For individuals with specific requirements for home attributes, being able to specify amenities can help refine search results. Therefore, StreetEasy offers a myriad of amenities that allow users to customize their search.
First navigate to either the “Rentals” or “Sales” search page. From there, click on the “Advanced Options” link to open up the advanced search options. You’ll find the Listing Amenities section and the Building Amenities section right below the Custom Boundary section. Just check off the options you’re looking for and click on the “Search” button when you’re done.
12. How do I search by listing date or recency of listing?
A defining feature of StreetEasy’s search, and something house hunters strongly consider when searching for listings is how long a certain listing has been on the market. This information provides a crucial backdrop to a listing when one is being considered. First navigate to either the “Rentals” or “Sales” search page. From there, click on the "Advanced Options” link to open up the advanced search options. Then located the “Listed Date” field and choose one of the options. When finished, just click on the blue “Search” button to proceed.
13. How do I search for listings based on price?
Price in the Real Estate market is one of the most important – if not the most important – factor when our users conduct a search with StreetEasy. To conduct a search using a price range, first navigate to either a Sales search or a Rentals search. On that page, you’ll find the Price field right under the Location field. Click on the drop down to expand the options and select your price range. The amount on the left is your price minimum and the amount on the right is your price maximum. If you need to use a more specific amount, just select the Custom option and you’ll you able to enter in your own amount. Once you’re finished, just click on the blue Search button to proceed.
14. How do I search for listings based on price per square foot?
You can also run a search using the price per square foot of the property. Using the Price Per Square Foot is a good way to find a property that will give you the most space for your money.
To access this option, first navigate to either a “Sale” or “Rental” search. From there, click on the “Advanced Options” button to expand the advanced search options section. Locate the Price Per Square Foot section and fill in the fields and adjust the fields to your liking. You can also check off the “include unknown” option to make sure that you also get results for listings without square footages entered.
15. How do I search for listings with recent price changes?
The Real Estate market changes so often that usually prices will change right along with them. StreetEasy gives you the option to run a search for listings that recently had a change in price. To run such a search, first navigate to either a Sales search or a Rentals search. From there, click on “Advanced Options” to open up the advanced search options. You’ll find the Price Changed section towards the latter half of the advanced options.
In the Price Changed section, you’ll find two drop downs. The first one is for the recency of the price change and the second drop down is for the amount changed (in percentages). Once finished with your selections, just click on the blue Search button to proceed.
16. How do I save a search to receive email updates any time there is a change to the listings in the search?
After you have conducted a search with StreetEasy, you can save the search criteria in case you would like to receive email updates that may occur on any listings that fall within your search categories.
To do so, simply conduct a search on our website and then click the blue ‘Save’ button found on the upper right hand side of the Search Results page. A pop up dialogue will appear that asks which folder you would like to add this saved search to and what you would like to label the search as. You can also add any other personal notes if you’d like. When done, click save.
18. How do I edit my listing?
If you manually post your listings onto StreetEasy, first navigate to the Agent/Owner Tools page found at the top of every page. Once there, you’ll see all of your currently active listings. To edit those listings, just click on the Edit link found on the right of each listing. Be sure to click on the ‘Save to Site’ button when you’re done with your edits.
If your listings are fed to StreetEasy via a listings feed, you will need to update the feed that your company is sending to us. Please allow approximately 8-10 hours after you’ve made the updates on your end for the new information to appear on StreetEasy.
19. How do I update my agent/agency affiliations?
If you want to change the brokerages and agencies you have affiliated with both past and present you can do so using the ‘Affiliations’ link on your ‘Agent Profile’ page. You can search for and mark the company with which you are currently associated, as well as claim any past ones. You can also add the dates you joined and left your non-current agencies/brokerages.
If you do not see your new company on that page, feel free to Contact Us to get it updated for you.
20. How do I connect my social networks like Twitter and Facebook to StreetEasy?
StreetEasy offers much in the way of social network connectivity. To connect your agent activity to either Twitter or Facebook, you can do so by clicking the Agent Tools link, found at the very top of the homepage. Once on the Agent Tools page, you can click Social Networks in the menu at the left. This page will allow you to set up both your Twitter account and your Facebook account, to push activity such as new listings, price changes, and open houses to your Twitter feed and Facebook feed.
21. How do I find a broker to work with?
You can use our Shop for a Broker tool to search for top brokers in different areas according to buy-side or sell-side and recency.
1. How do I feature one of my listings?
Login to your account and click the Agent Tools located at the very top of the page. About a third of the way down on this page you’ll see a section labeled “Featured Listings.” There will be an orange button that says “Feature My Listings” just below it – click on that. From there you can see a list of your rentals and sales, and just to the right of each listing you’ll see a white box with payment options depending on how long you want to feature for (rentals are $25 a week, sales are $50).
Make your selections, then fill in your credit card information, checkout, and you’re all set!
2. I am an agent with listings on StreetEasy, how do I edit them?
All brokers have the ability to manage their listings on StreetEasy for free. Type your name in the search field to find your page. Once you reach your page, all of your listings will be shown. To manage your listings you must “claim” your page. To do this scroll to the bottom of the page where you will see a gray box asking “are you (agent’s name)?” Click on the link and follow the directions to confirm that you are the agent. Once you have claimed your page, you will have the ability to manage the information about your listings as well as feature them.
If you are an agent who already has an account and has already claimed their page, you can go directly to your Agent Tools to manage your listings.
3. How do I update my agent profile or photo?
In order to edit your profile, please navigate to your Settings page. You’ll find a link to this page by clicking on your email address found at the upper right hand side of the webpage. In the menu bar on the left, you’ll see an option for Profile; click on that link. On that page, you’ll be able to edit your display name, display contact information, basic information and also your agent bio.
4. My listings are not on StreetEasy, how do I add them?
Click on Submit your Listings, found at the bottom of the page, and send us your information. We will work with you to add your listings to our site.
5. How do I “claim” buy-side and sell-side deals on StreetEasy?
“Claiming” closings ensures that you have presence both on the individual deals you were are part of, as well as potential presence on building pages as a Top Agent. If you are on the sell-side, go to your Agent Tools page and click on "past listings” on the left side. You can then classify deals as sold or de-listed.
You can claim buy-side deals, or sell-side which we didn’t have listings for, on the individual closings. You can find these closings from either a Building Page, a Recorded Sales Search, or even by searching for the buyer’s name or the seller’s name.
From a Building Page
On every building page, you’ll see a Past Activity section, with two columns of numbers ordered by date. The left column represents the recorded closing prices, which will bring you to the closing record when clicked. (see below for how to claim the deal)
From a Search
You can search for closings by using our Recorded Sales Search, which you can access from the homepage or from the Explore Homes option on the main navigation bar. To search for closings using the buyer’s name or the seller’s name, just type their name into the quick search bar found at the upper right hand corner of any page.
Once you’re on the Closing Record page
You’ll find the Claim This Deal button underneath the closing information section and above the About the Unit section. Just click on the button and select which company you were with at the time of the transaction and also which side you represented. Once finished making the selections, just click on the Claim button and you’re all done!
6. What historic information will be displayed about my listings?
StreetEasy keeps all listing history displayed for any listing entered onto the site. This information is displayed in the StreetEasy History section found on the listing page, the property page and also in the Past Activity tab on the building pages. The days on market for a previously-posted sales listing will only reset if the listing has been continuously off-market for 6 months (3 months for a rental listing).
7. How does Top Agents work?
“Top Agents is a great way for our consumers and brokers to quickly and easily find agents that have done the most deals in a given building. StreetEasy has created an algorithm that calculates the Top Agents by determining which agents have had the most closings on the buy or sell-side relative to recency.
In order to view the Top Agents for a particular building, navigate to the building’s StreetEasy building page and scroll down until you see “Top Agents”. We only display the top 5 agents for sales and for rentals.
If you do not see your name in this list, but you believe that you are a top performing agent in a building, you will need to make sure that you have claimed all your transaction in the building. You can “claim” your deals by locating the Closing Record on the site and clicking on the ""Claim This Deal"" button. Every deal claimed in a building gives you a greater chance of being named as a Top Agent for the building."
8. How do I mark one of my rentals as a sublet?
To mark one of your listings as a sublet, first access your Agent Tools page, located at the very top of the page. Here you will see a list of your active listings. Next, click ‘edit’ next to the listing you would like to update. On this page, you can scroll to the bottom, mark your listing as a ‘sublet’ listing in the Amenities section, then save your changes to the site.
Real Estate Terminology
1. What is a 421-A Tax Abatement?
The 421-A Tax Abatement Program was developed to promote the construction of multi-family dwellings by providing tax relief benefits to the owners of the property. The owners of the new property pay significantly lower taxes for the first ten years of the building’s life. In some buildings, the abatements could last up to 35 years. The tax amount is adjusted every other year until they reach the appropriate tax amount. This program is typically applied to new construction Class 2 properties (i.e. condominiums and cooperatives) and new construction Class 1 properties (i.e. one-, two-, and three-family dwellings).
2. What is the difference between a co-op, condo, and condop?
“Here are some short explanations:
Condominium – The type of ownership in real property where all of the owners own the property, common areas and buildings together, with the exception of the interior of the unit to which they have title.
Cooperative – An apartment building or a group of dwellings owned by a corporation, the stockholders of which are the residents of the dwellings. It is operated for their benefit by their elected board of directors. In a cooperative, the corporation or association owns title to the real estate. A resident purchases stock in the corporation which entitles him to occupy a unit in the building or property owned by the cooperative.
Condop – Real estate agents and brokers often use the term ""condop"" to refer to co-op buildings that have rules and by-laws similar to that of a condominium. The freedom to sublet, easy board approval, and less stringent rules are characteristics of a condo that have been adopted by a co-op. Closing costs will be similar to that of a co-op (significantly lower than condos) and the buyer will be purchasing shares in a corporation rather than real property.
The legal definition of a Condop is: A building that has been split up to provide both commercial units and residential units. The residential units are controlled by a Co-op corporation and are usually located above the commercial units located on the lower floors. These commercial units are completely separate from the Co-op units and are typically retail spaces, garages or any other commercially oriented businesses. "
5. What happened to StreetEasy Insider?
We decided to lift the pay wall on several of our tools, features and also access to some of our information. With this change, all registered users on StreetEasy will now have access to view the closing records for specific properties, run comparables reports and also to use some of our more advanced search options such as using custom boundaries or searching for properties with tax abatements. As long as you have registered an account with StreetEasy, you’ll have access to all of our search tools, research tools as well as the closing information on a specific property.
1. How do I start a new discussion?
“First navigate to the StreetEasy “Discussion” Boards, found under the Resources option on the main navigation bar.
Scroll down to the bottom of the Discussion Boards homepage where you will find a text box to start a new discussion. Here you can choose a category from the pull down list, give your comment a subject, and enter your comments for discussion."
2. How do I set my display name?
“After being approved by our moderator, you’ll be given the open to create a Display Name the next time you post a reply or a new discussion. Once chosen, anything you post into the StreetEasy “Discussion” Boards will be shown as being posted by that display name. The display name defaults to your username if no display name is entered.
If you ever need to change your display name, please feel free to “contact us”
3. What can I do about an offensive comment?
To the left of every comment, under the commenter’s name is a “report abuse” link. Clicking this link will send our support staff a notice that this comment may be offensive. Our team will review and, if found to be inappropriate, remove the comment.
1. How do I update my email address or password?
In order to update your email or password, first navigate to the Settings page. You’ll find a link to this page by clicking on your email address found at the upper right hand side of the webpage. There, you can update your email address and password, and save these changes to the site.
2. How do I change how often I receive emails from StreetEasy?
To set your email options for notifications, you’ll need to go to the Settings page. You’ll find a link to this page by clicking on your email address found at the upper right hand side of the webpage. Under “E-mail options” you can choose how often you receive email updates: never, daily, weekly or even hourly.
3. How do I update my billing information?
To update your billing information, please navigate to the Settings page. You’ll find a link to this page by clicking on your email address found at the upper right hand side of the webpage. Once on the Settings page, you’ll find the option to view your Billing information on the left menu bar. Once on the Billing page, you can clear out an old card, enter in a new card, and view your billing history with StreetEasy. You can also check off whether or not you’d like to receive e-mailed receipts whenever StreetEasy makes a charge to your card.
Saved Items and Lists
1. What are saved items and lists?
On many pages on the StreetEasy site you will see a blue ""SAVE"" button. This button saves whatever item you are looking at and notifies you by email whenever it changes. For example:
* Searches – you will be notified whenever new listings come on the market that match that search, or when there are price changes for listings matching the search.
* Buildings – you will be notified whenever listings close or come on the market for that building.
* Listings – you will be notified of price or status changes for a listing.
* Discussions – you will be notified whenever there are new messages posted to a discussion.
2. How do I turn off email updates for my saved items?
To turn off email notifications for a specific saved search, first go to your Folders page and select the folder in which your saved search is stored. From there, select the “Searches” tab and then select the saved search you’d like to stop notifications on. Once selected, you’ll see the information for the saved search on the right. To stop notifications on that search, just click on the discard button.
To turn off notifications for an entire folder and its saved items, first navigate to the folder you wish to turn off notifications. On the top right, you will see an option labeled “Email updates for this folder: ON.” Just click on that to turn the notifications off for that particular folder.
To turn off all email notifications from StreetEasy, go to your Settings page by clicking on your email address located at the top right of the page and selecting Settings. Under the “Email Options” section, select “Never” and hit “Save.”
3. How do I organize my saved items?
When saving an item you will then be asked to place that saved item in a folder. Folders are an easy way to group your saved items together. For example if you have a set of listings on the Upper East Side you could save them in a Folder called “Upper East Side Listings.”
1. What is the difference between: Active listings, In-Contract listings, Recorded Sales and Previous listings?
On the page for a building you will see Active listings, In-Contract listings, Recorded Sales and Previous listings.
* Active listings are listings that are currently available and on the market.
* In-Contract listings are listings where the buyer and seller have entered into contract, but the sale has not been made yet.
* Recorded Sales come from the NY City records. These are sales that have closed and have been reported to the city. Sales take anywhere from 6 days to up to 90 days to be reported.
* Previous listings are listings that are no longer on the market, or have been removed from the broker website. They may be sold, temporarily off the market, or have been taken off the market for other reasons.
Open House Planner
1. How do I access Open House Planner?
The Open House Planner can be accessed from a few places. If you’re currently logged in, you’ll see a link for it all the way at the top of the page, next to your Folders option. You can also find the Open House Planner link under the Resources section of the main navigation bar. If you are on the homepage of StreetEasy, you’ll find a link to the Open House Planner on the bottom of the page in the Open House section.
Please note that you must be logged into your account to access the planner and its related tools.
2. How do I use the Open House Planner?
First, you’ll want to add in some open houses into your planner. You can do this by either selecting a specific date on the calendar and clicking on the orange button labeled “+ Open Houses” or by clicking “Search Sales with Open Houses” or “Search Rentals with Open Houses.” From there, just put in your search parameters and run the search.
On the results page, click on the orange “Add to Planner” button corresponding to your desired listings and they’ll be automatically placed onto the calendar on your Open House Planner.
On the calendar, click on the day with the appointments to see a list of all the open houses you’ve saved for that day. From these lists, which will be named by date, you can reorder, rename and print out your itinerary. Your lists will be saved until you delete them.
3. How do I reorder the open houses on my list?
When viewing your list, place your cursor on the listing you want to move. Click and hold on the blue “DRAG” icon, then drag it to another position on the list.
4. How do I print my open house list?
When viewing your list, click the orange “PRINT” button. This will bring you to a printable page with your arranged open houses with pictures and maps of their locations.
5. What is the Open House Planner?
The Open House Planner is a tool that lets you create and organize lists of open houses. These lists can be reordered, renamed, emailed and printed out to be used as an itinerary.
1. What are Hotsheets?
Hotsheets are daily emails containing the newest real estate information for NYC.
We offer four tailored hotsheets. Our three daily hotsheets include all of the new sale or rental listings as well as new recorded sales. Our fourth hotsheet comes out every Thursday containing open houses for the weekend.
2. How do I sign up for Hotsheets?
As an agent on StreetEasy, you can sign up for Hotsheets via your Settings page. You’ll find a link to this page by clicking on your email address found at the upper right hand side of the webpage. On your Settings page, the Hotsheet Perferences section is found towards the bottom right.
3. Will you use my email for anything other than hotsheets?
If you sign up for StreetEasy’s hotsheets we will never send you anything other than a hotsheet (unless you have saved items in Folders, then we’ll send you updates for those). We will not rent, sell, or give your email address to any third party entities.
Adding your listings to StreetEasy
1. How do I add my listings to StreetEasy?
There are several ways to get your listings added to StreetEasy.
If you’re a broker or management company, scroll down to the bottom of any page on StreetEasy to find the Submit Your Listings link. Fill in the requested fields and we will work with you to get your listings up, which may include indexing your site, sending us an automated feed, or manually entering your listings onto our site.
If you are an individual owner, you can post both rentals and sales listings on StreetEasy. Here are the links to post:
List a Rental by Owner
List a Sale by Owner
1. How do I add a closing price?
Closing prices are sent to us directly from the Department of Finance. If you don’t see a closing price for a unit that has sold and closed, it just means that the transaction is still being processed. Once the transaction has been officially recorded, the information will be sent to us.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to Contact Us
1. How do I add video to my listings?
StreetEasy allows you to display video for your listings. It is a great way to differentiate your listing and to generate more traffic! Currently we accept videos from YouTube, MotionBox or Vimeo. Follow the instructions on one of those sites to upload your videos. If you are given a choice to make the video public or private, make sure to choose public. Once the video is uploaded you can then add it to your listing in StreetEasy using the URL that you use to watch the video.
MotionBox – http://www.motionbox.com/video/player/7c98dbb01ef4
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUldGc06S3U
Vimeo – http://vimeo.com/156659
If you have videos with a video provider that we do not support, or any questions about the process, then contact us and we can help you out.
1. How do I add pictures/photos to my listings?
To add photos to your listing, simply navigate to your agent/owner tools found in the main navigation bar. Once there, find the listing you want to add the photos to and click on the edit button found next to that listing. From there, select the Photos&Media tab found above the edit form. You’ll see a few sections on that page, the first one being Photos. Click on the button that says Select Files. You can select multiple files by holding down the CTRL button on your keyboard (Command Button for Macs). After selecting the files, they’ll be uploaded one by one until all the files selected are uploaded. You’ll know it has been completed when you see all of the photos you’ve selected. Please keep in mind that the file size should be no more than 2MB.
Accepted file types: .jpg, .jpeg, .png, and .gif
Important: Duplicates will be created if you manually upload photos even though your company is already sending us the photos through a feed.
If you have any trouble with this, please feel free to “contact us”:http://streeteasy.com/nyc/feedback/contact_us
22. How do I upload a Floor Plan?
To add floor plans to your listing, simply navigate to your agent/owner tools found in the main navigation bar. Once there, find the listing you want to add the floor plan to and click on the edit button found next to that listing. From there, select the Photos&Media tab found above the edit form. You’ll see a few sections on that page, just locate the section labeled Floor Plan. Click on the button that says Choose File. You can select multiple files by holding down the CTRL button on your keyboard (Command Button for Macs). You’ll know it has been completed when you see a link labeled Floorplan #1…2…etc.
Files types accepted are: .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .png, and .pdf
Important: Duplicates will be created if you manually upload floor plans even though your company is already sending us the floor plans through a feed.
If you have any trouble with this, please feel free to “contact us”:http://streeteasy.com/nyc/feedback/contact_us
6. How do I create a Comparables Report?
First, navigate to the Comparables Report page found under the Resources section of the main navigation bar. Once on that page, you’ll be able to enter the criteria for the search (location, type, price, size, etc). Once you’re done entering in the criteria, just click on the “Generate Comparables Report” button. (We suggest using broad parameters on the first report and refining it from there)