Weekly Roundup: Cautious optimism prevails in NYC, prices up and supply down in the nation

Brokers expect sales to continue outpacing 2011 levels and for prices to rise or remain stable

Long Island’s East End increasingly becomes sought-after place to live year-round

July prices in region post 3.4 percent gain from same month last year

Growing number of city’s apartment buildings fall short of lenders’ standards

When it comes to property taxes, the city giveth relief and taketh it away

Pioneering figure in music industry tries once more to sell penthouse in Financial District for $11 million

Fashionista rents 2,500-sf West Village apartment for Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: The Big Apple and beyond. Rates hit record low, lower Manhattan surges

Change is good: Weekly Roundup, which I will continue to post on Fridays, will now be combined with a shorter (and admittedly less work-intensive) version of  The Big AppleI hope you like the results.

Developers are beginning to build smaller

And condo conversions are coming back

By the sea, by the beautiful sea sees rising. . . interest

Lower Manhattan becomes one of city’s fastest-growing residential sections

Fed’s Beige Book finds continued ‘sluggish’ residential construction and sales in tri-state region

NYU launches subsidized housing information project with information on 235,000 rental units

Appraiser assesses impact on housing market of two memorable events

Region’s foreclosure rates continue to rise, exceeding the nation’s

Donna does it again. . . in Continue reading