Demand for home loans falls, majority of Gen Z members plan to buy a house within five years, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | September 14, 2018 - 11:00AM

Demand for home loans fell 27 percent in the second quarter compared to a year ago amid rising interest rates, making mortgages more expensive (The Real Deal)

Members of Generation Z are more set on homeownership than their millennial predecessors, with 83 percent planning to buy a home within the next five years (PropertyShark)

Bushwick residents attended a town hall meeting this week to discuss possible rezoning for the neighborhood and concerns about displacement (Bushwick Daily)

Modular construction is increasingly being used in New York City, including new buildings in Kips Bay and Prospect Heights (New York Post)

This Red Hook children’s furniture company, Casa Kids, can customize furnishings to fit into any space—especially for small or unusually designed NYC apartments (Brownstoner)

Ever wonder what to keep or throw out from your fridge after a power outage? This guide helps you figure it all out (Apartment Therapy)


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