Welcome to the latest installment of our ongoing interview series, Meet the Neighbors! Jeffrey Wachtenheim grew up in the city, and that is what gives him his edge as a broker at The Real Estate Group New York. He specializes in downtown real estate, his favorite part of the city he loves.
Where do Read More
Bad news for college grads moving to Manhattan: You can’t live here for under $1,300.
The Real Estate Group of New York’s latest Manhattan Rental Market Report went live on Tuesday morning, and it shows rents in July ticking up. That’s reassuring for landlords and worrisome for first-time renters. Your friends who entered the market Read More
From boom to bust: We plucked four Manhattan neighborhoods and charted their average rents. Read More
We dropped on you this morning the gong-rattling pronouncement that Manhattan is now a tenant’s market by the two most important measures: rents (they’re dropping across the board) and vacancies (they’re up and climbing).
But there’s more to the math.
According to The Real Estate Group New York, which released its November report Read More
Yowza! In an email time-stamped 6:38 a.m., The Real Estate Group New York declared that Manhattan was now, for all intents and purposes, a tenant’s market going forward.
"Landlords are feeling a lot of pressure this month," Daniel Baum, the firm’s COO said in a statement. "I have heard everything from ‘anything for a lease’ Read More