Homeowners take some knocks, but not as many as they could have. And investors, companies and commercial RE stand to gain.
by Leon Lazaroff | Jan 16
Senate Bill S7182 would allow New Yorkers to host short-term rentals on home sharing platforms such as Airbnb
by Marian McPherson | Jan 5
The broker was also accused of forging the homeowner's signature and has been stripped of real estate license for two years
May be an anomaly as aging baby boomers and millennials are expected to drive new growth in the market
Charged with defrauding investors of more than $2.1M for indoor RV park that was never built
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Nov 22
A shocker of a finding, but don't go selling your house just yet...
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Nov 16
The social network is expanding its Marketplace with listings from Apartment List and Zumper. Are mass sales listings next?
by Marian McPherson | Nov 9
The NYC company is using the blockchain system behind digital currencies to speed up and secure transactions
by Ann-Marie Alcantara | Nov 8
Veritas Investments named first landlord
But keep your Soho loft dreams in check for now

The indicted and arrested former Trump campaign manager reportedly purchased the swank property at 29 Howard Street, Unit 4, in 2012, and Airbnb-ed it out.

by Carl Franzen | Oct 30

A pre-review working paper by academics shows the popular online home rental service appears to raise rents and home sale prices in major U.S. cities.

by Carl Franzen | Oct 24

In today’s market, renters and buyers often find themselves in the same boat, wading through issues with availability and affordability in their respective markets. This uncertain real estate environment leads to the question renters inevitably find themselves asking: “Is it financially smart to jump into homeownership, or should I stay where I am?”

by Marian McPherson | Oct 16