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New York City's rental market is bouncing back, but tenants are still signing leases on apartments sight-unseen
Since the pandemic, the number of available rentals in New York City has plummeted. As landlords...Since the pandemic, the number of available rentals in New York City has plummeted. As landlords took units off the market and existing tenants decided to renew, the number of available units dropped 52% through March. On May 19, StreetEasy reported on "early signs of a rebound," with rental inventory returning to late-February levels. In-person tours are still banned — prospective renters have to...
5 tips to help you ace your next NYC co-op board interview, according to a board member with 15 years of experience
For those trying to buy into a co-op building in New York City, the application process can...For those trying to buy into a co-op building in New York City, the application process can be lengthy and stressful. Going before a co-op board for an interview is the last step of the process and an opportunity for prospective buyers to show their future neighbors that they will make a strong addition to the building's community. Business Insider caught up with real-estate broker...
The New York City restaurants you should bring clients to if you want to impress them, according to 11 local real-estate agents and executives
New York City is home to at least 27,000 restaurants. Business Insider surveyed New York City-based...New York City is home to at least 27,000 restaurants. Business Insider surveyed New York City-based executives in various industries to find out which NYC restaurants they go to if they're looking to woo clients and close deals. Dozens of real-estate agents and executives told us their ideal restaurants for impressing a client. Their answers included trendy spots such as Avra, Balthazar, and Carbone,...