The Real Deal is headed back to Long Island!

The area's second market report is coming in March

TRD New York /
Feb.February 10, 2017 05:00 PM

Which firms made the list of top residential brokerages in Nassau and Suffolk counties? What new developments can we expect? What are Long Island’s priciest listings?

The Real Deal is excited to head back to the Island and will soon release our second Long Island Market Report, a roundup of real estate news and information about Nassau and Suffolk counties’ residential and commercial markets. Our coverage of the market includes rankings of the top residential firms and the region’s biggest investment sales. The special issue will be sent out with TRD’s March issue, and will be available at locations throughout the Island.
This comprehensive report will include key facts and figures, as well as:

  • Rankings of Long Island’s priciest homes, largest multifamily projects and biggest office space owners by industry
  • The region’s emerging retail strips
  • A look at the Island’s lenders
  • A special summer rental preview for the Hamptons

Get the information and analysis you need about the residential and commercial markets in Long Island. Not a subscriber? Sign up here.

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