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Kiss The Sky, Part Two

New York City has nine million inhabitants, and it is growing all the time. I wrote last week about the enormous pressure on the city’s current housing stock and how the most practical solution is to scale up, adding apartments by increasing density throughout the boroughs. 349 more words

Kiss The Sky, Part Two

New York City has nine million inhabitants, and it is growing all the time. I wrote last week about the enormous pressure on the city’s current housing stock and how the most practical solution is to scale up, adding apartments by increasing density throughout the boroughs. 349 more words

June 2014 Manhattan & Brooklyn Sales Market Snapshot

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  • Market-wide: Prices showed significant year-over-year growth but remained steady compared to recent months. Contracts signed decreased year-over-year by 11% in condos and 12% in co-ops, a result of multiple forces from both the demand and supply side.
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Weekly Interest Rate Overview

The Markets. Rates drifted down slightly across the board in the past week. Freddie Mac announced that for the week ending July 17, 30-year fixed rates decreased slightly to 4.13% from 4.15% the week before. 166 more words

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Uptown Maintains Upside

Our client, Treetop Development, was featured in today’s Wall Street Journal’s “Deal of the Week” report.

Soaring property values in New York neighborhoods once associated with crime and poverty are producing healthy profits for developers who jumped in early. 41 more words

CITI HABITATS Q2 2014 RENTAL MARKET REPORT

June 2014 Facts:

  • The average Manhattan apartment rented for $3,470 during June 2014, the highest this average has been since we began tracking this statistic in January 2002. 
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