We’ve been seeing statistics and charts all summer here at Urban Edge about how finding and signing a New York City rental apartment has become more and more a landlord-friendly undertaking. Manhattan rents are up, vacancies are down, and owners aren’t nearly as ready to hand out concessions as they were as recently as a [...]
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It’s a seemingly inevitable part of NYC living: at some time or another, no matter how much we love our homes, residents of NYC rental apartments will wish we had more space. A bigger kitchen, say, or a larger bathroom. Or maybe more closet space. Or a second (or third!) bedroom. During those wistful, dreamy [...]
Bad news for those looking for the holy grail of NYC rentals: a value apartment priced below market rate. The average prices for Manhattan apartments for rent continued to go up in July, and are now close to ten-percent higher than they were at the same time last year. The biggest surprise? The price of [...]
All the numbers about the increasingly competitive New York rental market might be interesting in the abstract–the lowest vacancy rate in a decade! fewer concessions by landlords! the highest prices in Manhattan in years!–but they can really hit home if you’re looking for a Manhattan rental apartment right now, or if your current lease is [...]
We’ve received a flurry of reports recently about Manhattan rental apartments, from a number of different sources, and they all say the same thing: the Manhattan rental market hasn’t been this hot in years. We’re now at about the half-way point of the prime rental season, and once again landlords have the upper hand.
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