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Bloomberg/ BUSINESSWEEK

Brooklyn's Booming

Bloomberg/ BusinessWeek staffer Prashant Gopal looks at the rapid gentrification of once-tough Brooklyn, N.Y. neighborhoods, including Crown Heights by people who can no longer afford chicer spots like Fort Greene.

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BIG BUILDER

The Big Builder Back-to-School Learning Curve

Our analysis this week dives into a fascinating report from Raymond James & Associates on the tie between 17 public builders' respective land positions filtered through GreatSchools.org's rankings of school districts in 39 metro areas, and the first-to-second quarter 2025 change in sales volumes captured by Metrostudy for those 17 builders across those 39 markets.

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Bloomberg/ BusinessWeek

Getting In Before a NYC Neighb Turns Hot

Bloomberg/ BusinessWeek staffer Jonathan LaMantia reports on how Goldman Sachs Group veteran Seth Weissman is seeking investors to get in early on New York's next hot neighborhoods. Weissman and hedge fund Perry Capital LLC started CityShares, which enables participants to reap rewards from increasing apartment demand in gentrifying areas.

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New York, NY Dashboard Reports

New York, NY - April 2014 - New Home Closings Figures Signal Market Decline is Slowing

New home sales fell in New York, NY in April. The percentage of new home closings belonging to attached homes dropped, falling 4.4% percentage points. Mortgage amounts on new homes dropped 15.3%. The percentage of new home closings belonging to single family homes rose, climbing 4.4% percentage points.

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New York, NY Dashboard Reports

New York, NY - March 2014 - New Home Closings Numbers Suggest Market Decrease is Slowing

New home sales fell in New York, NY in March. Average prices of new and existing homes moved up, rising 2.2%. The percentage of new home closings belonging to attached homes dropped, falling 15.9% percentage points. The percentage of new home closings belonging to single family homes rose, climbing 15.9% percentage points. Mortgage amounts on new homes dropped 22.4%.

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