With its relatively stable real estate market, low vacancy rate, and world renown, Manhattan is a great place to buy an investment unit.
Manhattan has two types of buildings: condominiums and cooperatives. Although co-ops are usually priced lower and comprise most of New York City's supply, they are usually used as primary residences; your investment property will most likely be a condo.
While it will not get you the highest returns, investing here will be one of the safest and more stable places to park your money and see it grow over time.
That’s why we've created this investor’s guide—to start you on the right course to owning a New York City investment unit of your own.
As your agent, Dana combines expert negotiation and market knowledge with genuine and honest communication in order to confidently guide you through the buying or selling process.