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Nov 21, 2017
Continued lack of buyer demand drove luxury home prices to their lowest levels since 2014 in Manhattan and 2016 in Brooklyn, according to the October 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Nov 8, 2017
New Elliman-Branded Platform Streamlines Listing Entry, Seamlessly Communicates Data and Instantly Publishes Updates
Oct 24, 2017
Eased by an influx of new development, rents in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens grew less than one percent over the past year, according to the Q3 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Sep 29, 2017
Queens homes sold the fastest and spent six fewer days on the market than last year, according to the August 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Aug 30, 2017
Rising rents paired with fewer rental discounts across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens signal a competitive market for renters this summer, according to the July 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Aug 16, 2017
Median wages in NYC increased 1.8% annually since 2010, while rents rose at more than twice that rate over the same period, according to StreetEasy's annual rent affordability report
Jul 28, 2017
Median home sale prices rose the most in Queens, up 8.3 percent over the past year, according to the Q2 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Jun 23, 2017
In the bottom end of the market, home prices increased 11.8 percent in Manhattan and 3 percent in Brooklyn since this time last year, according to the May 2017 StreetEasy Market Reports
Jun 22, 2017
Premier Broker bundles buyer leads from StreetEasy, Zillow and Trulia with exclusive technology and services designed for brokerages and team leads
Jun 22, 2017
It takes 5.6 years for the costs of renting to exceed the costs of home buying in New York City, up a full year since 2016, according to a new StreetEasy analysis
 

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