New York real estate market picks up after COVID-related slump
by Kelsey Ramírez Apr 2
Critics say the practice by landlords to remove unrented apartments from the market as a cost-saving measure only amplifies the city's housing shortage and is 'unconscionable'
Dwindling condo sales and dropping prices as a result of the pandemic have cultivated an environment for investors to scoop up Manhattan's languishing condos from developers
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 23
Only 160 contracts were signed in the New York borough in May — an 84% drop compared to 992 last year, according to a new UrbanDigs study
There were only 52 new listings in Manhattan during the second week of April
by Patrick Kearns Apr 14
Data and analytics firm strikes syndication deal with the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), but has no plans to take on StreetEasy
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 27
Platform touted as consumer friendly, but sophisticated enough for brokers
by Inman Sep 29