5 Things To Do When Investing In New York City Real Estate
As a result, it's a hot location for people looking to invest in property who don't necessarily plan to live there.
“Everyone has access to the same inventory,” Wei Min Tan, a Manhattan condominium buyer's broker for real estate firm Rutenberg Realty NY, explained to Business Insider. “In a lot of countries the market is not so open and only one broker may have access to those listings. Here, everyone has the same access.”