Nova Punongbayan September 4, 2015
This is the massive Seattle Arena plan that just received full design approval
The $550 million proposal will now go before the Seattle Department of Transportation and city council for final voting.
Demi Wetzel September 4, 2015
35.8 million US homes face a high risk of natural disasters, says RealtyTrac
Buying a home can be a prudent investment. It can also be a risky proposition.
Josh Sherman September 3, 2015
More than half of the 20 hottest US housing markets are in California
San Francisco, Vallejo, Santa Rosa, San Jose, San Diego... the list goes on.
Josh Sherman September 2, 2015
New cinematic feature shines spotlight on architecture at The Rose Modern
The film begins with a proclamation that something big is coming to the Upper East Side.
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Residents rally to save Little Italy’s Elizabeth Street Garden
The Elizabeth Street Garden is made up of 20,000 square feet of curated private/public garden space between Prince and Spring streets.
Brent Lomas September 1, 2015
Foreign buyers are snapping up US property in record numbers
Investors from China are making the biggest splash in the US housing market.
Josh Sherman August 28, 2015
Pending US home sales are unshaken amid a roiled stock market
The National Association of Realtor's pending home sales index nudged up to 110.9 in July for a 0.5 percent increase over last month, pulling it to its third highest level this year.
Josh Sherman August 27, 2015
Nova Punongbayan August 25, 2015
River & Warren’s cocktail cruise shows uptown brokers downtown luxury in Battery Park City
It was all part of a cocktail river cruise organized by the River & Warren sales team.
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Positive signs in the US housing market despite ‘less upbeat’ economic outlook: report
Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae’s chief economist, cites increasing home sales as a positive trend alongside low inventory which has been driving prices up.
Josh Sherman August 24, 2015
154 new affordable homes for low-income seniors coming soon to Queens
This project is among 20,326 affordable homes financed under the initiative within the last fiscal year.
Brent Lomas August 24, 2015
Economist: The future of the American housing market depends on Millennial incomes
While Millennial employment rates are up, incomes are lagging behind.
Brent Lomas August 21, 2015
Share of first-time buyers down as US home sales keep heating up
Rising rents and stagnating incomes are making it more difficult for first-time buyers to make downpayments, says the National Association of Realtors.
Josh Sherman August 20, 2015
The Rose Modern set to bring contemporary downtown style to uptown Manhattan
The Rose Modern will feature 82 spacious units ranging from studios to penthouses.
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NYC family earning $479,911 per year lives in public housing
A record number of over-income families still live in public housing.
Brent Lomas August 20, 2015
First-time homebuyers in the US are getting older and spending more money, survey says
The typical age of a person buying a starter home is now 33 years old, up from 30 years old in the late 1980s.
Demi Wetzel August 20, 2015
New York City Council passes new tenant rights legislature
The bills cover owner-tenant contact regarding buyouts and the definition of harassment concerning tenants.
Brent Lomas August 19, 2015
US housing affordability takes a hit in June
NAR says that with rates pushing upwards, potential homebuyers may try to snatch up property more quickly.
Josh Sherman August 18, 2015
New cinematic feature shines spotlight on architecture at The Rose Modern
The film begins with a proclamation that something big is coming to the Upper East Side.
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NAHB: Rising home prices cause nationwide dip in affordability in Q2
Increased home prices in certain markets have resulted in a nationwide dip in housing affordability.
Brent Lomas August 18, 2015
Would you move to a new sixth borough created in the middle of the East River?
It's estimated that the plan could cost $200 to $300 million.
Brent Lomas August 14, 2015
The big challenges of financing a tiny home
Purchasing one of these tiny structures can be complicated.
Brent Lomas August 13, 2015
Two World Trade Center to become the world’s most expensive building at $4 billion
At over 80 stories and 1,340 feet tall, Two World Trade Center will be the second tallest of the WTC towers.
Brent Lomas August 11, 2015
River & Warren’s cocktail cruise shows uptown brokers downtown luxury in Battery Park City
It was all part of a cocktail river cruise organized by the River & Warren sales team.
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Buzz Talk with Ben Miller, co-founder at Fundrise and Popularise
We chatted about the evolution of Fundrise, its growth strategy and how it’s using drones to check in on investments.
August 10, 2015
NYC still number one in global commercial real estate investment
The report also found that income producing real estate transactions grew 17 percent globally.
Brent Lomas August 10, 2015
61 percent of realtors say US home prices are rising
The rising prices are due to strong demand and low supply of homes for sale.
Mackenzie Patterson August 7, 2015
Brent Lomas August 6, 2015
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