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May 15.2020
Here are the best examples of virtual NYC apartment tours using Matterport, Asteroom, Listing3D, and Realync
Before the coronavirus pandemic, it was rare to rent or buy an apartment in New York City without visiting it first.
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April 14.2020
Green with Envy
In the days of quarantine and social distancing, fresh air is the ultimate luxury – and that couldn’t be more pertinent to New Yorkers who are cooped up in small apartments.
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December 16.2019
NYC Real Estate Experts offer their 2020 Predictions

In some ways, 2019 was a continuation of the past few years: political and global uncertainty loomed over the New York real estate market, development continued at a steady pace, and prices were as high as ever. (Oh wait —they were actually higher.) But the year also brought notable changes, from a total overhaul of rent and tenant protections, increased urgency in regards to climate change, an increasingly buyer’s market, and dry-up of the once pervasive rental concessions.

So what’s in store for the year ahead? Real estate experts believe sustained political uncertainty —particularly around an election year —could mean buyers proceed cautiously. The new rent laws will undoubtedly shape New York, as both the rental and condo markets tighten. Pre-war design will make a comeback in defiance of glassy modern architecture, while the focus on sustainability will increase and amenities will become more flexible.

Brooklyn will get creative to attract buyers.

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