As a third-generation real estate mogul, Will Zeckendorf knows the ins and outs of one of the most dynamic real estate markets in the nation — if not the world. He sat down with publisher Brad Inman at the inaugural Global Connect event in New York to discuss the city’s market with attendees.
- The market doesn't "feel like a downturn," said the broker/developer of the New York City economy.
- Most of the U.S. housing market is domestic-driven, so the stock market might cause hesitation.
- Running both a brokerage and development company requires unique listening skills.
- The increase in signed contracts indicates the market is reviving.