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Sex And Real Estate

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The most realistic parts of the Sex And The City movie, according to real estate brokers quoted in this wacky article, are the ones that have to do with New York City real estate, naturally. According to Brown Harris Stevens' Elaine Clayman (spoiler alert!), "the scene in which Mr. Big and Carrie purchase a pre-war Fifth Avenue penthouse priced far above their original budget is one of many that depicts — far more accurately than most films — the unique world of New York City real estate." In the sequel they list it for double two weeks after closing. [Sun]