Though Manhattan real estate was spared the worst of the economic downturn and foreclosure crisis after the crash of 2008, the credit crunch has affected every would-be purchaser who wasn’t paying all cash in the past few years. Yes, mortgages were technically available, provided you were the perfect, blemish-free candidate with sky-high credit scores, eons of rising pay stubs and impressive, consistent tax returns year after year buying into a solid, well-managed building insured for every kind of natural—and seemingly supernatural—catastrophe. Read More
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