The Real Deal‘s March issue is live for subscribers!

The broker fee-asco, resi rankings, pension funding and more from the March magazine

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Mar.March 02, 2020 01:00 PM

The Real Deal‘s March issue is live online and hitting doorsteps later this week! Digital subscribers have the first look at our latest coverage. This month’s issue includes:

—Our cover package on the broker fee fiasco

—NYC’s biggest residential brokerages,  ranked by closed sales and head-counts, and listings

—A look at ground lease leader Safehold

—Ranking the biggest investment sales in the industry

—How public pensions are funding real estate

—The Closing with urban developer Don Capoccia

…And more!

Subscribe now to read the issue in full.

Non-subscribers will gain access to stories on March 10.


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