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October 2017 Manhattan and Brooklyn Rental Market Report

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  • Last month, the average monthly rental price for a Manhattan studio was…
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September 2017 Manhattan and Brooklyn Sales Market Report

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Manhattan Trends:

  • Contract activity in September increased slightly year-over-year for condos, and stayed nearly level for co-ops.
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Third Quarter 2017 Manhattan Sales Market Report

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Manhattan Trends :

    • The Manhattan market has now experienced two consecutive quarters of annual growth in closed sales as a result of improved contract activity during first six months of 2017 versus 2016.
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September and Q3 2017 Manhattan and Brooklyn Rental Market Report

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From August to September, rents in Manhattan rose slightly.

  • In September, Manhattan rents increased 2% for studio apartments, while they rose 1% for one- and three-bedrooms.
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August 2017 Manhattan and Brooklyn Sales Market Report

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Manhattan Trends:

  • In Manhattan, contract activity in August dropped year-over-year, as sales of condos and co-ops both fell.
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August 2017 Manhattan and Brooklyn Rental Market Report

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  • Last month, the average monthly rental price for a Manhattan studio was…
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How the Kushner Family’s Real Estate Fumble May Entangle Trump's White House

In 2007, near the peak of the real estate bubble, Kushner Companies made a huge leap from New Jersey apartments to Manhattan high rises. Using only a $50 million down payment against a $1.8 billion purchase price, with financing including short-term, high-interest loans, they purchased the office-and-retail tower at 666 Fifth Avenue. 461 more words

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