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Brexit Business

Almost three weeks out from the Brexit, the initial uproar has died down, a surprise candidate is taking over Cameron’s seat as prime minister – Theresa May, first female PM since [...]

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To Rent or To Buy?

Lo and behold, another Streeteasy gem for some fun and informative weekend reading and pondering…in this useful guide, they tackle the ‘tipping point:’ the amount of time after [...]

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Condos Vs. Co-Ops…and Condops?

The always helpful and knowledgeable folks over at Streeteasy are responsible for this concise yet thorough pro/con list about co-ops versus condos…and a little-known third option! Always a [...]

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Brooklyn for Budgeters? Think Again…

We’ve heard about this before – we’ve written about this before – and here it is again from Business Insider. According to data from RealtyTrac, Brooklyn is the least [...]

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Almost There…

It’s Christmas Eve Eve, our holiday countdown posts are almost at an end, the eggnog is kicking in…so we’re punting this one a little bit and passing it right off to Streeteasy [...]

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Help Us Help You

While David Zweig’s article in the October 30th New York Times is entitled “Escape From Brooklyn,” one could extrapolate that the message here is really “No Escape From [...]

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Few Surprises in 2015’s Third Quarter

Record highs all around, huge margin jumps, lack of Manhattan inventory;

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The Usual Suspects

…of highest-end real estate, that is. The Madonnas and Elvises (or Rihannas and Drakes, hi millennials!) of luxury buildings, the ones that have nicknames or acronyms – One57, 15CPW [...]

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Down Goes the Availability, Up Goes the Rent…

Falling vacancy rates, consequently increasing rental prices, record-setting inflation…nothing new or shocking, nothing fun to hear in this piece from Bloomberg. However, a modicum of [...]

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A Not-Quite For Tourists Bus Tour

The tone of Gothamist’s review of a luxury-property bus tour organized by “Nest Seekers International—a top-one-percent real-estate company that partners with Realtor.com in New York” is somewhat [...]

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