"The Comeback Year" - Luxury Manhattan Home Sales On Best Streak Since 2006
The super-rich bought more homes in London than any other city in the world last year, according to
The Society for Acute Medicine (SAM) said the outlook was 'grim' while high numbers of patients could disrupt efforts to ensure people get routine treatments such as hip and knee operations.
Nearly 1,500 condominiums and co-ops were under contract for sale in March, a 137.2% jump from the year before and the highest level in 14 years. an analysis from UrbanDigs found.
A year after Covid-19 cratered the Manhattan sales market, the borough is poised for a recovery, thanks to price cuts,
First-time buyers, significant price cuts and progress on vaccines in New York City helped boost first-quarter sales.
Manhattan’s residential real-estate market, dormant for months after many New Yorkers fled near the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, closed the first quarter strongly.
Some 147,050 transactions took place in the UK in February 2021, marking a 48.5 per cent increase compared with 99,000 transactions recorded in February 2020.
Airport security agents screened 1,580,785 people at US airports on Friday -- the most since March 12, 2020, just before the start of widespread COVID-19 lockdowns, TSA rep Lisa Farbstein posted on Twitter.
Socialite Shafi Roepers has listed her third-floor co-op in Manhattan for a marked down price of $45 million. The five-bedroom unit has eight bathrooms, 12-foot ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces.
The five-bed property, set in the Essex countryside near Dunmow, was one of thousands of pre-fabricated 'Nissen huts' erected in Britain during war-time with distinctive curved corrugated roofs.
The four-bedroom converted semi in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, is decorated completely in white in every room of the house, with more TV sets on the walls than pictures.