Weekly Roundup: Rent squeeze, U.S. price gains, rates reversal, stocks vs. housing, declining buyer regret, best inflation hedge, tomorrow’s market

‘Gatsby’ lends a whiff of luxury, glamor to buildings

With declining vacancy rate, rents in Manhattan and Brooklyn keep rising

Navigating school zones trickier as more families with young children put down roots

85-year-old man adopted 62-year-old woman of privilege for her to claim $100-a-month Queens rental

Brick Underground lists eight best site for finding a no-fee apartment

Blog on worst rentals would be funny if Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: Wallstreeters retreat, actor is defiant, affordability spreads, predictions vary

Financial services sector is producing fewer buyers and renters

Some neighborhoods are much tighter than others

Not much relief anticipated for renters in tough market

You have options for a neighbor who drives you nuts

Foreclosures fall citywide, despite more co-ops for 4th straight month

Long Island City way past the tipping point

Grammy winner and wife buy Greenwich Village penthouse

Presidential relationship hardly helps sale of former Avedon townhouse

Actor makes no friends Continue reading

Weekly roundup of news you may have missed

Here’s your chance to catch up with news and information included to inform, enlighten and perhaps even entertain you.  To read about The Big Apple, check out another of today’s three posts.


A SPORTS STAR WANTS TO JETTISON HIS CONDO

SHE’S MOVED TO COOPER SQUARE WITH A DOG WHO’S NOT A VAMPIRE

ONE OF TIGER’S PETS LANDS A PARK AVENUE PAD

DID A MEATHEAD BUY THIS APARTMENT?

HIS UNSOLD PROPERTY MUST HAVE HIM SINGING THE BLUES

FASHIONISTA STEPS INTO NEW APARTMENT ON LADIES MILE


JULY SALES OF PREVIOUSLY OWNED HOMES PLUNGE, SUPPLY SOARS Continue reading