Queens ranked among the top 25 most expensive luxury markets in the country in 2020, according to a recent report from My Affordable Luxury Magazine. Queens, not technically a city unto itself, had a more expensive luxury market than a handful of major U.S. cities, including Chicago, Las Vegas and Sacramento. According to the report, the starting point for a property to be included in the luxury market was $1.2 million in Queens, enough to make it the 21st most expensive luxury market in the country. The median price in the borough was $690,000 this past year, according to the report. But despite its highRead More →

woodside queens real estate guide

Many residents would say, “Woodside is one of the best kept secrets in Queens.” It offers the best of both worlds: sprawling residential housing and very active business district. Bars, restaurants, retailers, markets; pretty much anything you need you can find in Woodside! See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market Report The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

Flushing Queens real estate guide

Though largely residential, downtown Flushing is a truly bustling, energetic, whirlwind of pedestrians, sights, sounds and tastes. It is the fourth largest central business district in New York City, and home to one of the largest Asian populations in America. It is accessible via the LIRR or 7 subway line. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Queens Real Estate Market Report Relocation Service The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

Astoria, Queens real estate guide

A long time working-class, multi-ethnic neighborhood, Astoria is teeming with activity and offers something for everyone: from bars and restaurants to waterfront parks and museums. A short subway ride into Manhattan via the M/R/N/W trains. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First Home Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market ReportRead More →

long-island-city real estate guide

A long-time waterfront industrial area, Long Island City is now known for its upscale high rise developments which attracts many young professionals due to it’s easy access to Manhattan. Several LIRR branches and subways serve this district, including the 7/M/R/F/N/R trains. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market Report The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →