Top Links – July 31, 2014
Hi all! I hope your summer has been going well! Let’s take a look at my top picks for real estate news stories around the web from the past few weeks.
What’s in store for housing in the second half of 2014? The real estate experts weigh in. What to Expect from Housing in the Second Half of 2014 (Forbes)
Downtown Brooklyn is set to get 20+ new residential projects in the next 2 years. Rise of Residential Towers in Downtown Brooklyn Could Put a Dent in Rents (NY Daily News)
Big news in real estate nationwide – Zillow has agreed to buy Trulia for $3.5 billion. Zillow to Buy Trulia for $3.5 billion in All Stock Deal (NY Times Dealbook)
Great tips from BrickUnderground on how to spot when sellers have cut corners on renovations. 5 All Too Common Renovation Short Cuts – And How to Spot the Serious Ones (BrickUnderground)
Susent Park is set to see a $100 million investment from the city, in the hopes it may become the next hot tech and industry hub. NYC Will Spend $100 Million to Make Sunset Park Trendy (Gothamist)