TRD is launching a new daily newsletter

The Daily Deeds hits inboxes this Tuesday

TRD New York /
Jan.January 07, 2019 02:00 PM

The Real Deal is launching a newsletter this week that will offer readers the insight and analysis they need to keep up with NYC’s fast-paced real estate industry.

With The Daily Deeds newsletter, TRD subscribers will receive a primer on the biggest real estate stories in New York City, as well as the top stories from our other markets. The newsletter will also be packed with the day’s priciest listings, biggest closings, unpublished details from our reporters, and much more. Oh, there will also be a GIF or two.

For the most dedicated TRD reader, the newsletter offers commentary on our most important stories. For those who need to catch up, it’s a cheat sheet with bonus features.

The first edition of the daily newsletter goes out Tuesday night.

Through Friday, The Daily Deeds will be available to all readers. After Friday, the newsletter will be a subscriber exclusive, so if you’re not already a subscriber click here. — Kathryn Brenzel

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