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Shutdown leaves NYC real estate in deal-making limbo
October 02, 2013
New York City real estate often seems to operate as if blissfully insulated from federal events, but the effects of the first government shutdown in nearly two decades — now dragging into its second day — will ripple through several fronts of the industry, brokers, developers and market observers told The Real Deal.
Everything You Always Wanted to Ask a Real Estate Agent
October 02, 2013
Expert Jason Haber, CEO of Rubicon Property, gives us the cold hard truth about the real estate game in New York City: why broker fees are so high, the city's next hot neighborhood and his dream address
Real estate takes center stage in City Council races
October 01, 2013
Jason Haber, head of Rubicon Property and a resident of the Upper West Side, speculated that the PAC likely stayed out of the race because the area has such a well-oiled advocacy machine.
Average NYC home-sale price rises to $1.4M
September 27, 2013
Rubicon Property CEO Jason Haber on some of the high-end properties in New York City.
G4′s Harlem mini-condo conversion 50% sold
September 13, 2013
G4 Development Group’s Saint Anne’s Court, a mini-condominium conversion in Harlem, is over 50 percent sold. The six-story, 88-unit project located at 48-54 West 138th Street is being marketed by Bohemia Realty Group and Rubicon Property and is aimed at first-time homebuyers, as The Real Deal first reported.
Sizing up Scott Stringer: What will new comptroller mean for NYC real estate?
September 13, 2013
“It’s been said that politics is the second oldest profession,” quipped President Ronald Reagan. “I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.” Eliot Spitzer, whose tenure as governor of New York was cut short by a 2008 prostitution scandal, was clearly familiar with both, but his attempted comeback to the political scene was nipped in the ...