The New York Multifamily Summit is billed as a chance to discuss investment in, among other places, areas that have large historic black communities
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 20
Rates fell compared to last quarter, but first-time foreclosures are up 24 percent annually
by Jennifer Riner | Oct 11
New York City moves fast, but are it's home builders keeping up the pace?
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 21
Coldwell Banker tours Yankees All-Star's home as part of weekly video series
by Inman | Jul 26
RENBY's 2nd Quarter 2016 New York City Residential Sales Report found sales volume slowing
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 22
Property Shark's NYC foreclosure data for the second quarter of 2016 shows troubling stats for Queens
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 18
Increasing home sales and prices makes the Bronx attractive for the company to expand its footprint
by Kimberly Manning | Jun 13
Queens, Staten Island neighborhoods hold significantly less risk factors
by Jennifer Riner | Jun 7
Tax abatement program that expired in January has not been signed for renewal
by Jennifer Riner | May 6
Home sales increased 35 percent in both boroughs in the first quarter
by Jennifer Riner | Apr 29
NYSAR report shows New York home sales had best first quarter since 2007
by Jennifer Riner | Apr 25
Home prices higher in neighborhoods closest to major league baseball stadiums, says Trulia
by Jennifer Riner | Apr 4
Despite seasonality, The Empire State continues upward trend of closings
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 28
REBNY reports strong activity across multifamily, commercial and manufacturing developments
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 23
Data shows evictions down amid city-funded programs
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 10