Tag Archives: multifamily

Landlords are people too – New York Daily News

Summary: There are two sides to the eviction moratorium story and, while the tenant side gets told, the landlord/owner side often does not. _______________________________________________________ Cornavirus and an economic reality The coronavirus pandemic has taken a severe toll on a great many sectors of the U.S. economy, and of course on the American people themselves! This is […]

New York City Housing Market: 2016 Predictions!

Summary: Will 2016 be a repeat of 2015 or…Taking out the crystal ball, what do you suppose that we can we expect from the New York City residential real estate market in 2016? Using any variety of metrics, 2015 was a very good year for the New York City residential real estate market! That is actually […]

Cap Rates At Record Lows – Speculation or Prudent Investing?

Interesting question but for many of those reading this article their first thought may actually be: What is a capitalization rate? In the world of commercial real estate the way that an investor, or buyer of property, will evaluate that investment is through the simple equation known as the capitalization rate. Simply the capitalization rate, […]