From luxury home listing platforms to REIT deets: TRD‘s NYC April issue is springing soon

From luxury home listing platforms to REIT deets: TRD‘s NYC April issue is springing soon

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Mar.March 10, 2020 02:30 PM

In nature, April showers bring May flowers but at The Real Deal, April is our time to share the latest on what’s going on in luxury home listings, Sunnyside Yards, REIT stocks and more.

Below is a sneak peek of what we’ll be dishing on in the April issue:

  • Luxury home plays: a deep dive into listings platforms
  • Business strategies in the face of Coronavirus
  • Breaking down Sunnyside Yards’ multibillion-dollar housing bet
  • The multifamily market’s latest winners and losers
  • Negotiating prime family office money
  • The investors rushing REIT stocks

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