Luxury housing in Manhattan falls in price

May 27, 2017

The owners of the luxury apartments of Manhattan you will have to get used to the idea: looking to sell their homes – reset the price. According to real estate company Olshan Realty Inc, this year the purchasing power was the lowest for the last 5 years. So, at the end of last week the average bill of the buyer of luxury apartments does not exceed 4 997 500$. A…

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The majority of Millennials are in Chicago you want, but are unable to buy housing

May 26, 2017

According to the latest research of real estate market the majority of Millennials are in Chicago you want, but are unable to buy their own homes. From the report presented on the website find apartments , Apartment List, it follows that Chicagoans born between 1982 and 2004, usually not prepared to pay the down payment to buy a home. Moreover, they do not know during what time you can collect…

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Andrew Cuomo has allocated 2.5 billion on affordable housing in new York

May 24, 2017

In the next 5 years on the streets of new York will be much less homeless, and thousands of low-income families will finally be able to solve the housing problem. Last week authorities made the largest in the history of new York city’s investment in affordable housing. Andrew Cuomo signed the act, according to which in the following year for the construction and preservation of real estate budget will be…

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Experts: the situation with real estate in the heart of new York city will deteriorate

May 24, 2017

One of the main problems of the real estate market in the US right now is that construction companies elementary ends, the number of building permits in areas where people want to live. This is especially true of cities with high economic performance, experts say. The fact that they are running out of space for construction. These realities are forcing the company to focus on city centres, where it is…

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Affordable housing in new York: apartment in Williamsburg for $867

May 24, 2017

Every month in Brooklyn more and more difficult to find housing at a reasonable price, and Williamsburg, of course, is no exception. Sometimes one bedroom has to pay $3,000 per month, however, given that soon will no longer do the trains of line L, the price of rent in this district should decline. Those who do not want too easy to part with hard earned thousands of dollars trying to…

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In Manhattan will open a new five-story nightclub

May 22, 2017

Soon in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen on 46th street will once again be loud and fun, because the site of the former Pacha nightclub, which closed in early 2016, will open a new facility. And we already know his name – FREQ. When its owner, Antonio Piacquadio, will be able to get a license from the new York specialized Agency on alcohol control, the visitors of the club can enjoy every…

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The Los Angeles penthouse johnny Depp is looking for a new host: the virtual tour

May 22, 2017

Divorce with amber heard was johnny Depp at a cost of $6.8 million, which he had to pay ex-wife. As quickly as possible to put an end to her failed relationship and not to stay broke, the actor had to part with the property in Los Angeles. In September, Depp decided to sell all five of its penthouses, located on the upper floors of a skyscraper famous Eastern Columbia. First,…

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Lottery for affordable housing in Bed-Stuy apartments for $833

May 22, 2017

Like much of the Brooklyn district of Bedford-Stuyvesant has changed a lot over the last couple of decades. Now on almost every corner where you can find such good comfort and civilization as coffee shops, cosy bakeries, and cocktail bars. Because to live in Bed-Stuy has become more comfortable and more fun, prices for rental housing have hastened to climb to put them level. But thanks to a new lottery…

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In 2018 new York waiting for a new wave of housing lotteries

May 22, 2017

Office of the mayor new York, bill de Blasio, this week presented the public draft of the city budget for 2018, which is replete with programs and initiatives that can significantly affect the daily life of ordinary residents of the Big Apple. Special attention in the draft budget removes the program increase the number of affordable housing for low-income families (whose annual income does not exceed $ 40,000). According to…

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In Los Angeles more homeowners than renters

May 22, 2017

Despite the high cost of real estate in California, residents of Los Angeles continue to acquire their own housing. Census data indicate that the number of homeowners in urban agglomeration of Los Angeles surpassed the number of tenants. Currently 50.1% of the local population

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