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Rename and relaunch: Here’s how brokers hide stale listings and price cuts
August 16, 2018 07:00AM
UPDATED, Aug. 16, 12:40 p.m.: In 2011, with the condominium market booming, Greg Altshuler’s Colonnade Group scooped up 403 Greenwich Street with plans to...
Juking the stats: Brooklyn’s developers aim sky-high, but concessions tell the real story
March 17, 2018 09:00AM
Concessions are Brooklyn’s “worst-kept secret” apparently. In order to fill high-end luxury rental units about 48 percent of developers — as of February —...
National Cheat Sheet: Inside commercial real estate’s data wars, new leaders named at Elliman and Related … & more
December 07, 2017 05:30PM
Who will lead commercial real estate’s data revolution? With data increasingly considered a sacred resource in commercial real estate, a battle is raging between...
Resi brokers share their secrets to turning listings into sales
February 23, 2017 10:30AM
Why do some apartments linger while others breed bidding wars? Is the address of a building important, and what about the paint? In today’s...
Manhattan condos and co-ops see record inventory shortage
May 11, 2015 09:00AM
Don’t let the new construction fool you: buying an apartment in Manhattan is much harder than it looks.
If you’re listing in Brooklyn, use the phrase “Farmer’s Market”
March 11, 2015 10:15AM
Looking to sell your home in New York City? Don’t underestimate the power of a nearby farmer’s market, French doors or kitchen cabinet space.
Brokers employ digital renovations to spruce up spaces
August 08, 2014 11:50AM
With homeseekers increasingly starting their house hunting online, the temptation to go beyond simply tweaking listing photos might be greater than ever. The question...
REBNY revenues rise, but consumer listings service weakens
April 03, 2014 02:30PM
Revenues grew strongly for the Real Estate Board of New York in 2012 even as the group cut the value of its publicly accessible...
Homeowners go high-tech to manage their real estate
March 07, 2014 04:15PM
Homeowners are increasingly coming up with tech-savvy methods to find, manage and monitor their personal real estate. One New York City resident, for instance,...
Selldorf-designed Central Park duplex hits market for $12M
October 06, 2013 10:00AM
A four-bedroom prewar duplex on Central Park West owned by one family for 21 years is about to enter the market at $12.25 million....
Talking the talk in NYC apartment listings
March 30, 2011 10:32AM
It’s often said that New York City brokers speak their own language and, according to a new report, that old adage may be true....
Fudging details at NYC apartment listings
November 29, 2010 11:30AM
Real estate listing bait-and-switch is a growing problem for New York City buyers, according to New York Magazine, which listed what brokers say are...
Lennar leads $70M funding round for RE insurance startup Hippo
125 Greenwich: Against the odds
Glenwood’s return: Luxe developer and political kingmaker breaks into affordable housing
This boutique resi brokerage is suing an agent for cutting it out of commissions
AvalonBay nixes Columbus Circle rentals, pursues condos instead
November 2018 issue
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