New York, Los Angeles & San Franciso lead luxury US real estate recovery
Prices have come back to – and in some cases far exceeded – their pre-downturn peaks in these major US cities.
New York overtakes London to top the Live/Work Index
The US city is now the world's most expensive location for businesses to accommodate staff.
Gallery: 6 of the best...Waterfront homes
For a view that is constantly changing, nothing beats a property overlooking water.
Housing Prices Still Rising
The pace of appreciation for homes is slowing.
US Commercial Property Prices Drop for First Time Since 2010
Office and Industrial Property Decline Lead the Downturn
Take-Aways from the IBO’s Latest Forecast for NYC
There is slowing employment growth on the horizon.
Manhattan Residential Rents: “Outer Boroughs, Here We Come!”
Three residential brokerages released data on Manhattan rents suggesting that vacancies are increasing, with prices forcing renters to consider other neighborhoods. There are also signs that concessions are growing.
New York City Q3 2015 Economic Update
Both the city and the U.S. economies slowed in 3Q15 from their growth rates in the second quarter. However, New York City’s economy still managed to outperform the nation’s.
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