Realtor.com’s recent report says that the U.S. housing market has recovered from the disruption caused by the pandemic and returned to January 2020 growth levels. The Realtor.com’s Housing Market Recovery Index reached 101.0 nationwide for the week ending July 18, bringing the index above the pre-COVID recovery benchmark for the first time since March. The pace of home sales has now recovered with inventory moving faster than this time last year – but supply remains the critical missing piece in the recovery. The Northeast now leads the recovery with the overall index now visibly above the pre-COVID benchmark. The West (105.5) remains above recovery paceRead More →

  Located in central Queens, Jackson Heights is a busy multicultural neighborhood, with one of the most vibrant and diverse populations. Jackson Heights was named on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 with prewar apartment buildings built in French Renaissance, Romanesque, and Tudor Styles. This unique one-bedroom co-op apartment  is perfect to immerse yourself in this vibrant community, high ceilings, and big windows to overlook at the planted garden. Walking paths and beautiful common areas to enjoy reading a book or walking your dog in this pet-friendly unit.  Read More →

After a difficult few months, New York City’s real estate market is bouncing back. This week, after the city entered phase 2 of its reopening, contract activity increased 41%, reaching the highest numbers since the end of March, when the country shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak. New listings also increased 57% since last week, reaching a level not seen since March 2, according to data compiled by UrbanDigs. Though listings are down 36% from this time last year, brokers are confident the slump in the market is temporary — and on its way out. “This is a remarkable recovery from the entire secondRead More →