With Fed rate cut on the mind, markets enter the week riding high
The stock market was up overall last week, and so were some real estate stocks. (Credit: iStock)

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Chase Landowm, Douglas Elliman’s Noble Black and Rosie Pope (Credit: Douglas Elliman and Getty Images)

Former “Pregnant in Heels” TV star Rosie Pope is getting into real estate

Douglas Elliman’s Noble Black has made two new eye-catching hires. The first is former reality TV maternity guru Rosie...

Fredrik Eklund (right) and John Gomes (Photos by Guerin Blask)

The Eklund and Gomes roadshow

About six years ago, “Million Dollar Listing New York” star and Douglas Elliman broker Fredrik Eklund had a vision. While sitting at the rooftop pool at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles with his...

With Fed rate cut on the mind, markets enter the week riding high

The Federal Reserve is slated to slash its benchmark interest rate again this week — a move that likely...

Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman and president of sales Bill Cunningham 

Corcoran says “criminal” hackers leaked agent splits

The Corcoran Group said it was hacked Friday after a stunning email containing agent splits, marketing budgets and gross...

The state’s guidance has left some in the industry scratching their heads. (Credit: iStock)

State punts question of rent increases on vacant stabilized apartments to city

Among the many questions landlords have asked since the passage of New York’s new rent stabilization law concerns vacant...

The breakdown: How California’s new rent control law compares to New York’s

With a little more than 48 hours before the clock ran out, three of New York’s most powerful landlords...

The Real Deal adds Grant Cardone to power-packed list of speakers for upcoming Miami Showcase and Forum

The Real Deal is thrilled to announce that Grant Cardone, founder & CEO of Cardone Enterprises, will be speaking at The Real Deal’s 6th...

Uber in talks for big World Trade Center lease, WeWork changes Adam Neumann’s voting power : Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update...

From left: 100 Barclay, One Manhattan Square and 30 Park Place (Credit: StreetEasy, iStock)

NYC’s condo market is showing signs of a recession

The numbers say New York City’s condo market is in trouble. About one in four new condo units constructed...



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Here are the leading countries planting flags in Manhattan commercial real estate

Foreign buyers acquired just under $8 billion worth of commercial property in the five boroughs in 2017 and $9.5...

“Inherent risk:” Rating agencies have had doubts about WeWork for years

When a loan to the We Company’s newly-formed $2.9 billion property investment fund, ARK, was taken to the commercial...

A tax much-derided by the real estate industry may rise from the dead. (Credit: iStock)

The Daily Dirt: Pied-à-terre, back from the dead?

IT IS ALIVE! Maybe! The pied-à-terre tax could be on the state legislature’s agenda next year. Just before the...

Carl Icahn’s decision to relocate his firm from NY to Miami could be a tax play

Carl Icahn is taking his talents to South Beach, and the SALT tax may be the reason for his...

WeWork pushes ahead with September IPO

The We Company will push ahead with its initial public offering and list its shares on Nasdaq later this month, despite a push from its lead investor to withdraw such plans. The office-space company...

Clockwise from left: Corcoran's Pam Liebman, Compass' Heather McDonough Domi and Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan, Warburg Realty’s Frederick Peters and REBNY president James Whelan

“We will rally the troops. We will literally march in Albany:” Industry gears up for another pied-à-terre fight

State lawmakers who plan to reintroduce the pied-à-terre tax should brace themselves for “a lot of firepower” from the real estate industry, which is...

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These were August’s top 3 residential deals

August is slow, but it didn’t stop three anonymous buyers from snapping up giant condos in some of the...

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NYC’s foreign investment landscape in the era of trade wars and heightened nationalism

More than half a year after China imposed strict capital controls, the country’s nearly $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund...

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Only in Manhattan? Luxury condo owner files “class action” because unit doesn’t have a wine cooler

Across the city, residents sometimes have to tussle with landlords to make sure they are getting basic necessities like heat and hot water. But...

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