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Shimon Shkury in Forbes

Two Possibilities For NYC’s Rent-Stabilized Real Estate Market

There are risks and rewards to consider when it comes to investing in rent-stabilized real estate. Cap rates can be attractive, as can the relative stability of the multifamily market in NYC, but there are also regulatory and political uncertainties to consider, as well as expenses and revenue. Especially now as Covid-19 brings another layer of uncertainty, it’s crucial to consider a range of forward-looking factors. Check out Shimon Shkury's latest in Forbes for what you need to know as the market recovers.

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Multifamily Month In Review: New York City | April 2020

As a direct result from the COVID-19 pandemic, the NYC multifamily market has experienced declining sales metrics for the second month in a row. The New York on Pause order was made effective last month resulting in the city recording $220 million in gross consideration which is a 22% decrease in dollar volume from March 2020.

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