Although able to buy multimillion-dollar residences, some very rich folks choose to rent at sky-high prices instead
Fire Department takes dim view of dangling air conditioners and undertakes strong action
Landlord’s empire of apartment buildings collects thousands of code violations
City comptroller expects large residential properties to maintain value
40 percent of renters say they won’t pay broker’s fee purely on principle
Some Brooklyn renters moving back to Manhattan, where they find cheaper digs
With luxury home sales hitting record, surging Hamptons activity nearly matches 2007
City Council overwhelmingly approves NYU expansion plan
Sales, prices of new condos in Brooklyn boom in Q2 vs. prior year
Westchester communities experience parent drain after commencements
Broadway couple trades hit musical for the Hit Factory
She kisses good-bye to Tribeca condo at a small loss
Filmmaker decides it’s time to sell California estate at an asking price of $9.5 million
Index of contracts signed in June (more…)
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Update: Prices, sales of new condos post healthy year-over-year increases in Manhattan
Demand for ultraluxury apartments outpaces modest units
Report finds 7.2 percent rise in January rents from a year earlier in Manhattan
No ceiling in sight for rentals, the Times declares
But a City Journal editor begs — make that demands — to differ
As appraisal executive says it’s the editor who’s wrong
Only on a mere few days can (more…)
Tags:Affordability, Apartments, Bernanke, Brooklyn, Central Park West, City Journal, Co-ops, Condos, DIY, Foreclosures, Investment, Manhattan real estate, New York City, Refinance, REITs, Remodeling, Rent, SoHo, Sutton Place, U.S. Real Estate Market, Whitney Houston Posted in Foreclosure, Housing Markets, Manhattan, Mortgages, News, Real Estate, Statistics, U.S., Weekly Roundup | Leave a Comment »
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