How a recession would impact NYC real estate, protecting your apartment's lot-line windows, & more
This week, readers tuned in to stories about how the economy impacts their New York City real estate decisions, with a pair of stories about how buyers, sellers, and renters typically respond when a recession hits, and how to weigh renovating vs. selling "as is" to maximize your profit in a slow market.
Also popular this week was a query about lot-line windows and a broker selling a condo with an illegal addition.
Here, in full, are the week's top stories.
1) What happens to NYC residential real estate if there's a recession?
2) I just found out the windows along the entire side of my apartment are going to get bricked up. What can I do? [sponsored]
3) What's a 'classic six' apartment, and why are they so desirable?
4) Should you renovate or sell in a down market? Here are the questions to ask
5) A broker is misrepresenting a condo in my building. Should I report it?