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Real Estate Board of New York

570 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022
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The Real Estate Board of New York, or REBNY, is a trade association that lobbies on behalf of the real estate industry in the city. The board, established in 1896, has about 16,000 members and these include real estate brokers, property owners and developers, industry lawyers, and architects. The organization collects about $6 million a year in dues. Since 2014, John H. Banks III has served as president. He replaced Steven Spinola, who had served as REBNY president in since 1986. The organization strives to ensure that rent regulations and various tax breaks, such as the 421a tax abatement program, benefit developers and it promotes other industry-backed government policies. It also backs political candidates it expects will favor real estate companies. The majority of its members are residential real estate agents. The group offers professional education programs, including state-certified required courses for licensing. REBNYs annual banquet may be the most important networking event in the industry. -GB


07/21/17
...streets – is $1,930 per square foot, according to the Real Estate Board of New York’s spring retail report, representing an 18 percent decline from a year earlier. In 2015, Vornado...

07/20/17
...and launch a rival listing service through the Real Estate Board of New York. Many major firms said they would syndicate their listings exclusively through REBNY’s RLS...

07/20/17
...Listing System (RLS) set to launch Aug. 1, the Real Estate Board of New York is providing more details on the finer points of how brokers will syndicate their...

07/19/17
...Buildings, Politico reported. The nonunion groups and the Real Estate Board of New York have spoken out against mandatory training programs, especially state-run apprenticeships, arguing that requiring participation...

07/18/17
...multiple listings service off the ground through the Real Estate Board of New York. In a statement Tuesday, a spokesperson for StreetEasy said: "We anticipated that many agents...

07/18/17
...New York's 2018 races. The political arm of the Real Estate Board of New York has spent about $300,000 so far this year and two PACs affiliated with the Rent...

07/18/17
...for the public," he told Politico. Naturally, the Real Estate Board of New York is siding with Garodnick on this issue. "Our community is not one that engages...

07/17/17
...from a large contribution the RSA made. The Real Estate Board of New York, through its Jobs for New York committee and Real Estate Board PAC, had roughly...

07/17/17
...Board PAC, a political expenditure arm of the Real Estate Board of New York, spent just over $300,000 in operating costs and contributions to New York State campaign and...

07/14/17
...moved to syndicate their listings exclusively through the Real Estate Board of New York’s listings service in a bid to win back leverage against StreetEasy. The firms...

07/14/17
...corridors, according to a spring report by the Real Estate Board of New York. Winick founder Jeff Winick declined to be interviewed on the reasons for the move...

07/14/17
...Tishman Speyer and became chair of the powerful Real Estate Board of New York in 2013. It was a borderline scandal when the late developer Seymour Durst skipped over...

07/11/17
...they would syndicate their listings exclusively through the Real Estate Board of New York. That’s opened the door for competitors to step in, including Apartments.com, Leasebreak...

07/07/17
...with a plan to syndicate listings exclusively through Real Estate Board of New York. In the meantime, Apartments.com, a subsidiary of CoStar Group, started to reach out...

07/07/17
...spring, according to a May report from the Real Estate Board of New York...

07/05/17
...Thomas Fariello is spearheading the campaign, and the Real Estate Board of New York has contacted the Department of City Planning asking it to “convince the DOB that...

07/03/17
...plan to syndicate their listings exclusively through the Real Estate Board of New York. This fraught environment creates a rare opening for a competitor to swoop in and...

07/03/17
...brokers from renaming neighborhoods. A spokesperson for the Real Estate Board of New York declined to comment on the controversy, but said it supports existing legislation that prohibits...

06/30/17
...month to syndicate their listings exclusively through the Real Estate Board of New York, they hoped to put a check on StreetEasy’s increasing clout over the residential...

06/29/17
...plan to syndicate their listings exclusively through the Real Estate Board of New York...

06/28/17
...Bill de Blasio and John Banks The Real Estate Board of New York is taking on Mayor Bill de Blasio once again over his policy of putting...

06/26/17
...who dedicated her lifetime achievement award at the Real Estate Board of New York’s annual gala to all the women whose talents and ambitions were overlooked and...

06/22/17
...confusing and a “pay to play” scheme. The Real Estate Board of New York also piled on, complaining in a letter to the Department of State that the...

06/20/17
...proposed floor price, joining the laments of the Real Estate Board of New York and other public officials. It follows a telling bill that Garodnick introduced earlier this...

06/14/17
...Cushman & Wakefield's Joanne Podell took home the Real Estate Board of New York’s top retail deal-making prize for bringing Nike to Fifth Avenue in one of...
Real Estate Board of New York, President
570 Lexington Ave, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, 212.616.5200
John Banks is president of the Real Estate Board of New York. Banks...
REBNY, President
570 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 616-5200
Since 1986, Steven Spinola is the former president of the Real Estate Board of...

...operation. Necessary evil A November report by the Real Estate Board of New York confirms that Manhattan’s retail market is cooling after years of frenzied growth. Between...

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10/06/16
...a substantial part of the year-over-year difference, too, Real Estate Board of New York vice president Michael Slattery told the Commercial Observer in August. “New housing permits are...

...a lease in 2001 that earned the brokers a Real Estate Board of New York award — signed a deal for 43,179 square feet across the street at 75 Rockefeller Plaza, where...

...over the past few years. Figures from the Real Estate Board of New York, the industry’s biggest trade group, found that asking rents broke a staggering $2,200 per...

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04/13/16
...and groups that represent them, such as the Real Estate Board of New York, have warned that without 421a or a similar tax incentive, it will no longer...

02/19/16
...tax break program was officially suspended when the Real Estate Board of New York and the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York failed to agree...

01/19/16
...donors include the political action committees of the Real Estate Board of New York ($4,400), the Rent Stabilization Association ($1,000) and the Hotel Association of New York City ($500). Heastie also...

...because they are not all members of the Real Estate Board of New York, which has rules about how new listings are shared. Competitive nature Horne, a Georgia...

...But other surveys have shown a flattening. The Real Estate Board of New York reported in late October that asking rents on Upper Fifth Avenue and the core...

...rankings from surveys of property management companies, the Real Estate Board of New York and industry reports. The list includes only “third-party” agents, or property management companies that...

...participate, because they belong to the larger, Manhattan-based Real Estate Board of New York. Despite the scarcity of reliable information, The Real Deal has decided to go where...

...that moved into Brooklyn are members of the Real Estate Board of New York, which requires them to co-broke. That's helped prompt many smaller firms to do the...

...brokerage at CB Richard Ellis, said at a Real Estate Board of New York panel last month that the tower is better suited for a residential conversion. The...

...city and by their collective trade association, the Real Estate Board of New York, often paint a muddled picture of the market. "The consumer looks at four reports...

...These closed and recorded transactions culled from the Real Estate Board of New York, Miller Samuel, PropertyShark, city filings and press reports reflect deals negotiated at least several...

...the business," said Steven Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York. "My membership is at an all-time high with residential brokers and salespeople. People come...

...average of $329 a square foot, according to the Real Estate Board of New York. A boom in luxury residential building in the area -- with buyers paying as...

...to bring Apple to the site won a Real Estate Board of New York most creative retail deal of the year award last month. Brokers Robert K. Futterman...

...were among the winners for both awards. The Real Estate Board of New York presented the awards at a cocktail party at the 101 Club last month. Moshe Sukenik...

...most robust rental brokerages in Manhattan. Using the Real Estate Board of New York...

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...high of 9.22 in Q4 of 2014, according to the Real Estate Board of New York’s Real Estate Broker Confidence Index. Confidence was up for both commercial and residential...

...of 2014, according to a new report from the Real Estate Board of New York. The average sales price for a NYC home was $841,000 in the last quarter, up...

...the corridor increased 24 percent to $1,643 per square foot." Real Estate Board of New York...

...and a 41 percent increase since last fall." The Real Estate Board of New York...
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