Brooklyn Real Estate News

The People Who Have Influenced Brooklyn Culture

Brooklyn Culture in a Nutshell Brooklyn has been a flagship area in New York City with the most populous borough of over 2.5 million residents. It is the second largest county with Long Island being the first. Brooklyn culture has heavily influenced the development of New York City. It remains a staple in the city’s […]

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The Best Places to Visit in Bay Ridge Brooklyn

For years now Bay Ridge Brooklyn has been one of the best hidden gems in all of NYC. This quaint and compact neighborhood has a small-town feel and a close-knit character that is all its own. But in spite of that, Bay Ridge is part of the larger fabric of the borough. That is why young […]

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The History of the Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry is one of the most iconic attractions in all of NYC. But it is also a fully functioning ferry, and part of why Staten Island real estate is always in demand. The history of the Staten Island Ferry is colorful and far too long to tell here. But this quick overview […]

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Buy a Home in Brooklyn: Things to Consider

Brooklyn is one of the most exciting parts of not just NYC but the entire country to live in. Throughout the borough there arts and activities to take advantage of, sights and sounds to enjoy, and conveniences and comforts you will want in any home you live in. That creates a lot of exciting opportunities, […]

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Arts and Culture in the Brooklyn Neighborhoods

There are many reasons that Brooklyn neighborhoods have become the destination for choice for people living in and moving to NYC. There is a lot of art and culture to offer. No matter where your interests lie, you can find ambitious creators pushing the envelope in cultural outlets located all over Brooklyn. Pick any area […]

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Brooklyn Real Estate: 2016 Wrap-up

The real estate market in Brooklyn during 2016 saw its share of ups and downs. The borough’s building frenzy along Flatbush included 19 towers that are either complete or nearing completion. This spate of activity is slated to add more than 6,500 mostly rental apartments. According to a research firm, Nancy Packes Data Services, this is about one fifth […]

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What to know about Homecrest Real Estate

Located in southeast Brooklyn, the neighborhood of Homecrest strikes a perfect balance between the convenience of city life and the tranquility of suburban living. As an up-and-coming neighborhood, Homecrest Real Estate has a lot to offer families and young professionals looking for a new place to call home, from the neighborhood’s close proximity to several […]

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What Factors Affect the Price Per Square Foot of Brooklyn Apartments for Sale?

According to a recent study, the price per square foot for Brooklyn apartments for sale can range from $187 per square foot in Brownsville to $2,642 a square foot in Dumbo. This is a huge swing and may leave you, a prospective buyer, wondering what affects the price per square foot. Learning what factors affect […]

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Find a Home In Brooklyn Near Where Some Famous Movies Were Filmed!

If you’re in the market for a new home, you may be looking at the option to find a home in Brooklyn. But did you know that, if you do find a home in Brooklyn, you might be living near where some world-famous movies were made? Let’s look at where you may find a home […]

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Market Report for Brooklyn Real Estate (November 2016)

In November, the average rental price in Brooklyn decreased from $3,139 to $2,993 (4.7 percent drop). Therefore, over the course of a month, prices decreased $146. The median rental price was $2,780. The average rental price per square foot was $44.55. From October to November, the average rental price per square foot dropped 2.4 percent. There were over 1,047 new […]

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