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  • Where are New Yorkers looking for property post-pandemic? By Sean Keeley | June 22, 2020

    The recent and ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has caused many people to examine what exactly is important to them about their home and real estate in general. It is no longer enough to seek out areas that show slipping sales and lingering new development.

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  • Getting to Know the Housing Market in the Suburban Tri-State Area By Jared Antin | June 19, 2020

    To dig into the current environment and understand what the housing market in the tri-state area looks like, Elegran assembled a panel of experts in their respective regions of Westchester, Connecticut and New Jersey, who provided insight and intelligence for anyone considering making a move out of the city of buying a second home.

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  • Navigating the New Mortgage Normal By Jules Garcia and Andrew Warren | June 15, 2020

    As you’ve undoubtedly heard, mortgage rates are near record lows, averaging just 3.228% APR on a 30-year fixed mortgage as of June 10th 2020. Unfortunately for would-be homebuyers and owners attempting a refinance, these attractive loans are getting harder and harder to come by.

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  • A Surprising Shift to the Suburbs May Be on the Rise By Rebekah Bell | June 05, 2020

    Set against the backdrop of the Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean, New York City has long called to dreamers and doers from all around the globe. From Broadway to Central Park, there's always something to do and someplace to be in The City That Never Sleeps—so it's no wonder that over 8 million people call New York City home.

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  • Elegran Market Update: June 2020 By Jared Antin | June 05, 2020

    The market data for the month of May, the second full month since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, shows clear indications of the impact on the real estate market. Most notably, this continues to be indicated by the total number of units for sale and number of contracts being signed, both down considerably when compared year over year.

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  • Eating In: A Look At Dining And Restaurants In NYC By Sean Keeley | June 01, 2020

    In the short-term, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the daily life of New Yorkers in major ways. While everyone has been impacted differently, the impact felt by the closure of NYC’s restaurants and dining spots has surely been one felt by most.

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  • The Best Advice Does Not Mean Perfect Advice By Jared Antin | May 29, 2020

    The angst caused by the coronavirus has most people on edge regarding both their health and financial situations. It’s at times like these when we want exact information about anything we’re doing – even the correct protocol for grocery shopping.

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  • Using Data to Navigate the Changing Rental Market By Jared Antin | May 29, 2020

    Elegran hosted its latest in a series of webinars created to help clients through a historically challenging time and, specifically, the topic of how to navigate a very atypical rental market in New York City. Our panel of industry experts, all with deep involvement, experience and data to draw from, offered their perspective on a number of timely topics surrounding the rental market and here are a few takeaways from the discussion.

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  • Don’t Let Frightening Headlines Scare You By Dylon Harbottle | May 27, 2020

    There’s a lot of anxiety right now regarding the coronavirus pandemic. The health situation must be addressed quickly, and many are concerned about the impact on the economy as well.

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  • Home Prices Likely More Resilient During COVID-19 Than The Housing Crisis By Dylon Harbottle | May 21, 2020

    The housing market is likely to be more resilient to the pandemic's effects than many other sectors of the economy. The news has been grim. Last month, 20.5 million American jobs were lost; more than double that of the Great Recession. In the first week of April, about a third of apartment occupants didn't pay their rent, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council.

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