The NYC housing market is booming!
Today's post explores the top 5 most expensive cities and why their living costs are so high.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have an affinity for Robert A.M. Stern’s Manhattan skyscrapper, 70 Vestry. The couple spent around $30 million on a unit in Spring of 2017, and just sold it for $40 million.
Black “Scarlett Johansson” Widow is selling her Upper East Side pied-a-terre; suit sold separately. You have the choice of renting the Manhattan condo for $6.5k, or buying it for $2.3M.
On Thursday's, we like to travel around the globe like Santa and scout our favorite properties. We've got something very special for you today; a rare opportunity.
According to Realtor, the housing boom is not slowing down yet.
Andy Pettitte is letting go of his home in Purchase, NY, for $3.5M.
Jeremy Jacobs, owner of the Bruins, is selling his place in New York City for $11 million.
Red Hot Chili Peppers band member, Chad Smith, is listing his private waterfront home in Montauk, NY for $15M.
Condo and apartment contracts in Manhattan declined by more than half in July. However, several NY suburbs have more than doubled their numbers, showing a preference buyers have for non-crowded areas during COVID-19.
Award-winning actress, Susan Sarandon, has listed a luxurious duplex in Manhattan with a price tag of $7.9M. Sarandon has lived in the unit since purchasing it in 1991, alongside her then-partner, Tim Robbins. After they split, Sarandon became the sole owner for the property.
Rent prices have dropped significantly in the most expensive U.S. cities, such as: San Francisco, New York, and Boston.
Mark Bezos-- yes, Jeff Bezos' youngest brother-- is listing an astonishing property in Scarsdale, NY for $11M.
Multi-Billionaire Alexei Kuzmichev re-lists his Upper East Side penthouse.
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