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Most of Manhattan’s top all-cash buyers have Chinese last names: RealtyTrac

A full three-quarters of the top Manhattan cash buyers in the first half of the year had Asian surnames,...

Foreclosures in NYC metro up 34% in May: report

Foreclosures in NYC metro up 34% in May: report

Foreclosures in the U.S. are at a 19-month high, according to the latest RealtyTrac report. In the New York...

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Average NYC down payments hit nearly $350K: report

New Yorkers’ down payments on their homes are about ten times the national average, according to a new report...

Brooklyn is the least affordable housing market in US: report

Brooklyn is the least affordable housing market in US: report

Brooklyn is the least affordable housing market in the U.S., according to RealtyTrac data. A Brooklynite would need to...

Home flipping tumbles in New York City

Home flipping tumbles in New York City

Home flipping in New York City – which bucked a nationwide decline in 2013 – has dropped sharply this year, according to data from RealtyTrac. Just 3.66 percent of home sales in the five...

Jonathan Miller

80% of Manhattan deals all cash? No way, says Jonathan Miller

In a report issued last week that generated plenty of headlines, RealtyTrac claimed that 80 percent of Manhattan homes...

So what’s behind the slide in residential sales?

So what’s behind the slide in residential sales?

Experts are attributing a recent dip in residential sales nationwide to a shortage of distressed properties on the market....

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High-priced flips garner big profits across US

Luxury flipping is back, according to new numbers from property data company RealtyTrac that shows an increase in the number...

Flipping of expensive homes way up in 2013: RealtyTrac

Flipping of expensive homes way up in 2013: RealtyTrac

  Home flipping — defined as when a home is purchased and subsequently sold again within six months — was...

US foreclosures hit a nearly eight-year low

US foreclosures hit a nearly eight-year low

U.S. foreclosure filings fell last month to their lowest point since late 2005, according to data from RealtyTrac. The number of foreclosure starts across the country dropped to 52,826, a decline of 32 percent...

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