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Brooklyn real estate market continues to impress

There used to be a time not long ago when the New York City real estate market was down and out. This held true both with residential and commercial properties. However, things have taken a turn for the better with a strong showing in many areas, including Brooklyn, at the end of 2013.

2013 a good year for New York City residential real estate

When it comes to the residential real estate market of New York City, even when there is a slow down local sales still outpace comparable cities throughout the United States. In 2013, many factors played into the uptick in activity in New York City. With this in mind, some are beginning to wonder if the momentum will last into the future or if it will fade away as 2014 gets up and running.

A recently closed deal could be big for residential development

In many parts of the United States, such as New York City, residential and commercial property development is watched closely. This is particularly true in the Big Apple, as some of the biggest names in the industry are major players in the city.

New residential development in New York City

With the real estate market beginning to turnaround, it is safe to assume that new residential developments will be planned in the months to come. This holds true in many parts of the United States, including some of the biggest cities, such as New York.

New York residential real estate market ranks 2nd in new survey

While most of our residential real estate conversations on this blog center on condominiums and co-ops, the market for homes is still a vastly important (and growing) area of real estate in New York City. And according to a real estate broker, the New York residential real estate market is still wildly successful, even if it hasn't been as strong as in years past.

Debate over 'roommate law' a reminder of zoning and housing laws

Far to the north of New York City lies Watertown, a quaint city near the Canadian border. As you can imagine, Watertown's real estate situation is predominantly residential. The town wants to protect its residential neighborhoods and ensure that the residents of their city are keeping in line with the city's housing codes.

Rent hike at Stuyvesant leaves tenants fuming

New York City residents are very familiar with the Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, the largest apartment complex in Manhattan. In fact, some of our readers may have even applied for an apartment there in the past few years. Given a recent story, and depending on how that application turned out, you may be thrilled you didn't get that apartment; or cursing that you did.

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