The November issue is now online

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Nov.November 01, 2011 10:48 AM

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The Real Deal‘s November issue is now live! This month we look at the impact of foreign buyers on the New York City real estate market in light of the European debt crisis, the decreased demand for real estate in the fall and some of the biggest developer comebacks in the past few years. On the residential end, we take a peek inside the homes of some of Manhattan’s most influential residential brokers and take a play-by-play look at corruption in the world of New York City affordable housing. On the commercial side, we talked to Manhattan brokers about how the retail market — which tanked in the wake of the 2008 financial meltdown — is holding up and reviewed how Steve Jobs, the late CEO of Apple, changed the city’s real estate landscape. We also sat down with Scott Rechler, CEO and chairman of RXR Realty, to talk Tuscan food, camping and the importance of prayer. Click here for more.

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