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A new report finds that Hamptons prices skyrocketed as demand outpaced supply this year (iStock)
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Report details Hamptons rental boom

The Hamptons’ rental market had a booming season, yet the number of online bookings failed to surpass last year’s, a new report found. Homes did not sit empty. Rather, many owners pulled their homes...

Report details Hamptons rental boom
Renters continue their tri-state bookings, eliminating the post-Labor Day slowdown (iStock)

In Hamptons and elsewhere, season no longer ends on Labor Day

Judi Desiderio calls it ‘tumbleweed Tuesday.’ On the day after Labor Day, renters disappear, leaving beaches and restaurants empty....

In Hamptons and elsewhere, season no longer ends on Labor Day
There’s an exodus from NYC. But can it last?

There’s an exodus from NYC. But can it last?

Riddled with coronavirus-related anxiety and watching his four-year-old grow increasingly sad being quarantined in their Chelsea apartment, Hemant Jain...

There’s an exodus from NYC. But can it last?
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson (center) with StayMarquis co-founders Alex Goldstein and Bryan Fedner (Credit: StayMarquis)
New York

Marriott jumps into Hamptons rental market

Marriott International is dipping its toe into the frenzied Hamptons rental market. The hotel management company’s short-term rental business, Homes & Villas by Marriott, has partnered with Hamptons rental company StayMarquis to offer hotel-quality...

Marriott jumps into Hamptons rental market
President Donald Trump, Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza and Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin (Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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Brokers must wait to tap SBA forgivable loan lifeline

The majority of real estate brokers seeking help from the federal government’s paycheck lifeline program will have to wait...

Brokers must wait to tap SBA forgivable loan lifeline

Jetty's Michael Rudoy and Luke Cohler (Credit: Twitter; LinkedIn; iStock)
National

Rental insurance startup Jetty lays off 40% of staff

Jetty, a Silicon Valley-backed rental-insurance startup, has laid off 40 percent of its workforce, The Real Deal has learned....

Rental insurance startup Jetty lays off 40% of staff
An aerial view and a rendering of The Element at 400 Claremont Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Jersey City mixed-use project lands $120M in financing

Developer Art Johnson has landed $120 million in financing for a mixed-use project his firm is building in Jersey...

Jersey City mixed-use project lands $120M in financing
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