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    1. Real estate markets for the richest 1% are "leveling off"

      Yahoo Finance via Yahoo! NewsApr 21 07:18 AM

      Manhattan luxury real estate may have hit record numbers in the first quarter of 2016 but other housing markets favored by America’s richest 1% are having a shaky start to the year, according to newly-released data compiled by appraisers Miller Samuel and brokerage firm Douglas Elliman.

    2. Manhattan apartment rents fell in March, the first annual decline in two years, in a sign housing costs have approached the limits of what tenants are willing to pay.

    3. Manhattan rents finally went down

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    4. Manhattan rents finally went down

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    5. Manhattan rents finally went down

      CNN MoneyApr 07 11:00 AM

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    6. A cool-down in Manhattan’s apartment-rental market is hitting the bottom line of Equity Residential as the landlord is forced to offer concessions to tenants who suddenly have a lot of competition to choose from.

    7. Landlords Throw In Extras

      The Wall Street JournalApr 07 07:34 AM

      With demand softening in the face of high asking rents, Manhattan landlords are looking to close the deal by offering concessions to more and more renters, brokers say.

    8. Rents

      CNN MoneyApr 08 01:46 PM

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    9. Hines, the developer behind the ultra-luxury condo tower rising by New York’s Museum of Modern Art, has a new project coming to midtown Manhattan: a senior-living community.

    10. Super luxury sales in 432 Park Avenue helped push the average Manhattan sale price to new records. AP Photo/Seth Wenig A not-so-funny thing happened while developers scratched an itch to build mansions in the sky for the billionaire set during the latest real estate boom in Manhattan: The cost of land and construction ballooned.

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