Over six years, the Alec Baldwin and his wife have purchased three different apartments on the same floor of Devonshire House on East 10th Street. They currently own all three. Combination unit perhaps?
There are quite a few ideas floating around about new transportation ideas for New Yorkers. This is all well and good, and I commend these people for thinking New Yorkers will adapt easily to transportation methods. New Yorkers love their subways and their cabs. They hate busses and the city already has a tram/cable car that I see few people using. There are ferries and if there was another way to get to Staten Island I'm sure it would be preferred, but only if it was a subway or cab. By the way, you can take a cab to Staten Island...
April's median rent was down nearly 2% YOY in Manhattan: report within.
Every real estate transaction involves trust, the firm belief in the reliability of the other party. Buyers must trust that the property is as presented by the sellers, who in turn must trust that the buyer can pay the agreed-to sales price when they say they will. And when a real estate transaction involves a real estate agent, the client places their confidence in another person. The brokers, inspectors, escrow companies, and everyone involved must trust each other to deal honestly and fairly with each other.
Finding a relationship and finding your home in New York City are more similar than you would think. Trade-offs will have to be made, you’ll probably encounter a lot of duds before you find the one, and let’s face it, both searches are easier with the help of an app. This Valentine’s Day, StreetEasy partnered Hinge, the relationship app, to discover which neighborhoods offer the best bet for finding a date.
Here’s what they found.
Here's how to figure out the cross streets for any NYC address, so you don't have to memorize them anymore. This may seem silly in the age of smartphones, but in the event that your iPhone takes a plunge into a puddle or strays from your pocket, this algorithm, which only requires simple math skills, could prove very useful.
The answer is absolutely not.
If there’s one overarching trend, it’s that 2017 will be a race for buyers with U.S. dollars to spend, said Thomas Veraguth, real estate strategist at UBS Wealth Management according to Mansion Global.
If you're looking to rent luxury apartments (one bedrooms run about $4,000 a month) you'll be able to save 5 to 10 percent this year. The reason: the market is flooded with luxury buildings. He says this is a tenant market. Renters have a lot more options and negotiating power with management companies.
The year 2016 has been a great year in real estate. Buyers flocked to the residential real estate market, sellers received top dollar for their homes and homes sold at a faster rate. In New York City, we saw the peak of the market for sellers fade and look to see a shift toward a buyer's market.