In Manhattan and Brooklyn, a decline in sales

In Manhattan and Brooklyn, a decline in sales price growth and an increase in time that homes spend on the open market has created an advantage for buyers, according to a StreetEasy report. (Credit: Anthony Lanzilote)

More like this

Rego Park, Queens is growing with new developments Rego Park: Suburban life with a touch of urban flair The Flatiron District, known for its shopping and Business-heavy Flatiron District is evolving Living in the Theater District, with Times Square The highs and lows of living in the Theater District

Comments