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NAR Report: Where People Moved in 2022

January 30, 2023

Although the population continues to increase, fewer Americans decided to move in 2022. After a historically low moving rate in 2021, data indicates that even fewer Americans moved across the country last year. However, this is not a new trend. Millions of people moved during the pandemic, driven by the opportunity to work remotely, the…

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NYC-Hudson Valley Housing Markets Continue To Post Low Sales, Inventory, Higher Prices

January 19, 2023

WHITE PLAINS—The residential sales market in the Hudson Valley and New York City continues to transition from the COVID-19 pandemic-induced frenzied period where buyers flocked to take advantage of historically low interest rates. In 2022, high inflation and the Federal Reserve’s actions of hiking interest rates to tamp down the inflation rate that reached a…

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Hudson Valley iCampus Closes $40M In Major Lease, Renewal Transactions

February 6, 2023

PEARL RIVER—Officials with the Hudson Valley iCampus in Pearl River report the ownership has closed lease and renewal deals totaling 337,589 square feet on campus valued at more than $40 million from August 2021 through December 2022. “We are very pleased with how swiftly our rebranding program and outreach to the community has positively impacted…

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Andrew Schwartz And Zach Winick Named Co-Presidents Of The New York Region For The Howard Hughes Corporation

February 7, 2023

The Howard Hughes Corporation announced recently that Andrew Schwartz and Zach Winick have been named Co-Presidents of the company's New York region and will lead the continued revitalization of the Seaport neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. Schwartz will lead partnerships and programming and Winick will oversee operations and development as they succeed outgoing regional president Saul…

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residential

DEC, Westchester Land Trust Acquire 68 Acres in Westchester County

February 6, 2023

NORTH CASTLE—The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Westchester Land Trust announced on Feb. 3 the acquisition of a total of approximately 68 acres of land in Westchester County to protect the drinking water sources of the Town of North Castle and New York City's New Croton Reservoir system. The funding for these…

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Viewpoints

Kenyatta Jones-Arietta

GUEST COLUMN: Overcoming February Fear

February 1, 2023

I don’t know what it is about the beginning of the year that makes agents so anxious… Ok, maybe I do, but they shouldn’t be. The beginning of every new year I hear, “I don’t have anything going on. I’m starting to freak out,” as if the changing of the year killed all of their…

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Kenyatta Jones-Arietta

GUEST COLUMN: 2023 The Year of Breakthrough

January 12, 2023

We are now in the first few weeks of the new year and if you are like most, you’re probably pumped up about starting your new year resolutions or taking the opportunity to reinstitute some good old habits that may have fallen by the wayside over time. Or… even still, you may be dreading coming…

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technology

Real Estate In-Depth

NAR Report Finds eSignature, Lockbox, MLS Apps/Technology Most Impactful Tools for Realtors

November 2, 2022

WASHINGTON—When it comes to real estate technology, Realtors said that eSignature, lockbox, and apps and technology from their local multiple listing service were the most impactful tools for their businesses this past year. These findings appear in the 2022 Technology Survey from the National Association of Realtors released on Nov. 1. The survey examined NAR…

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