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12
Aug

Search vs Reality — Renters are looking for apartments that are 10% less than market value

The cold, hard facts of the current rental market were highlighted in the last post (“July Rental Prices Continue to Sizzle”), but that doesn’t mean people want to accept it! I ran a search of all the rental inquiries made in the last week on the Citi Habitats web site, which, as the #1 rental

12
Aug

July Rental Prices Continue to Sizzle

Citi Habitats released our monthly rental market analysis today, which is chock full of good info as always. You’ll find it below, but before you go digging into it, let me highlight a few nuggets: The average Manhattan apartment rented for $3358 during July 2011.  This is slightly less than June’s average of $3372.   Note:

05
Aug

New Rentals in Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights & Inwood

We received a slew of new rental apartments in Northern Manhattan today. If you’re looking for a new place or know anyone who is looking, please feel free to contact us at 646-770-3379. The chart below details everything, but here are a few main points: The 1-bedrooms run from $1100 in Inwood to about $1500