Monthly Archives: July 2013

Other Cities Following in The Footsteps of the NY Real Estate Market

In previous posts, we have touted the fortitude of New York City’s real estate market as the reason it is our primary area of investment, but that certainly does not mean we haven’t noticed many other cities following in the

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NYC Real Estate Market

Real Estate can generally be classified by two components, its geographical location and usage. When looking at a certain geographical area, as commercial begins to rise, it is likely that within relative time, residential will rise at a similar rate

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Why is America's Population Moving Into Major Cities?

We’ve stated that America’s population is moving into the major cities, but what’s the root cause? After the housing market crashed in the recession, it was suburbia that saw the highest numbers of foreclosures and halts in construction. Our classic

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Would You Consider Living in a Micro-Apartment?

We have all felt like we don’t have enough space for our belongings at some point or another, but can you imagine living comfortably in less than 450 square feet? That’s what an increasing number of single city dwellers across

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Skyrocketing Prices Seen Around The World

New Yorkers are sometimes a little dismayed at the cost of living in the city, which regularly shows up on a lot of ‘Worlds Most Expensive Cities’ lists, but today we want to remind you that it could always be

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Updates from Boymelgreen Developers

In the past, Boymelgreen developers have worked in several real estate markets in the United States and abroad. However, we’ve recently moved our focus to the United States market, concentrating on the New York City area. We’ve moved our interest

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Would you consider living in Dumbo, Williamsburg or Long Island City?

With demand and prices skyrocketing, the Manhattan population has spilled into the outer 4 boroughs. The majority of individuals who have migrated to New York City, have veered off into Queens and Brooklyn. In Brooklyn and Queens, there are some

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Luxury Modular Residential Building Finds a Home

Shipping containers and modular shipping container sized pieces (such as these homemade versions) are no longer the stuff of home projects or the concept ideas for developing nations and victims of natural disaster. Developers at Brown Hill Development claim to have saved

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