Coronavirus in NYC – Resources for New York City Home Buyers 

The coronavirus crisis in New York City has put a deep freeze on the home sales market at a time when normally it would be heating up for spring. And homebuyers are caught up in the waves of uncertainty, confusion and trepidation.

Understandably, LOTS of questions have come up – what if you’re in contract to buy something? What if your closing is delayed? What about virtual interviews? Should I just stop looking altogether or would I be giving up a tremendous opportunity?

Below is a list of resources I’ve compiled to help answer some of those questions. Please keep in mind that this is an ever changing situation, so this post will be updated as new information becomes available.

My Apartment Closing Has Been Postponed. Should I Try to Cancel the Deal? (Brick Underground)

Is Now a Good or Terrible Time to Buy a Home? (NY Times)

Should I Add a Coronavirus Clause to My Contract for a NYC Apartment? (Brick Underground)

COVID-19 and NYC Housing Market: Inventory Falls, But Prices Stay Flat (Street Easy)

Should I Put Off Buying a NYC Apartment During the Coronavirus Pandemic? (Brick Underground)

How to Ace Your Virtual Co-op Board Interview (Brick Underground)