Yes, it’s a good time to get a deal in Manhattan. But in areas hardest-hit by COVID-19, rents are actually going up.
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A new StreetEasy report found that streets like Greenwich and Greene in Soho are among the most expensive for rentals.
Rents in the Brooklyn neighborhood have reached a new record high.
The north Brooklyn neighborhood’s real estate has rebounded from the L train slump in a major way.
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Two-bedroom rents also increased, reaching $3,450/month
In many neighborhoods, you’ll need a six-figure salary to afford a studio or one-bedroom
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Manhattan’s monthly rent reached an average of $4,190/month
And two-bedroom rents increased at an even higher rate
Apartments in the neighborhoods affected by the train’s ‘slowdown’ were re-listed at lower asking rents in the first quarter of 2019
A yearly report presented by the Rent Guidelines Board shows that landlords’ costs increased 5.5 percent, while mortgage service fees are at an all-time low
The board held its first in a series of meetings that will culminate in a June vote.
The neighborhoods vary by gender, but are often adjacent.
North Brooklyn renters who signed 2018 leases are the biggest winners in wake of the L shutdown cancelation.
The Amazon HQ2 neighborhood isn’t the one being most heavily marketed for its proximity by real estate listings.
The neighborhood’s access to transit and cushy amenity-laden buildings are winning North Brooklyn defectors over.
Williamsburg is the only New York neighborhood that saw a decrease in rental demand over the past year.
A new report from City Comptroller Scott Stringer reveal that the city’s stock of low-rent apartments continue to diminish.
The top 10 features an equal mix of neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan
There’s a correlation between historically low-income areas and high increases in rents.
Rent prices within the neighborhood have declined to 2015 levels, while inventory is up 25 percent from last year.
As if the city’s real estate market wasn’t already depressing enough...
There has been a year-over-year rent price decline around three to four percent, but prices are still high.
Concessions are high in neighborhoods where high-rise rentals are prevalent
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The good news is, rent prices are on the decline...for now.
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Concessions now make up roughly half of all rental transactions
Rents in north Brooklyn have been on the downswing for seven months
Concessions now account for about half of the market share
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The fourth quarter of 2017 saw the most amount of discounts for NYC renters in nearly a decade.