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Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco

Tuesday at 6 AM Pacific

April 19th 2016:Hottest New NYC Neighborhoods

In New York City real estate, the quest for the next hot neighborhood never ends.
But spotting an area that is on the rise before it becomes the next big thing is no easy call.
The arrival of a farm-to-table restaurant doesn’t guarantee the neighborhood has turned the corner. Nor can buyer interest change a run-down area overnight.
Just because gentrification is happening doesn’t mean crime drops precipitously. It’s a process.
But buyers who seek the next “it” neighborhood, rough edges and all, would do well to take their cues from developers and smart agents.

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2311/good-morning-new-york-real-estate-with-vince-rocco 24/10/2017 06:00 24/10/2017 07:00 Good Morning New York, Real Estate with Vince Rocco https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2311/good-morning-new-york-real-estate-with-vince-rocco In New York City real estate, the quest for the next hot neighborhood never ends.
But spotting an area that is on the rise before it becomes the next big thing is no easy call.
The arrival of a farm-to-table restaurant doesn’t guarantee the neighborhood has turned the corner. Nor can buyer interest change a run-down area overnight.
Just because gentrification is happening doesn’t mean crime drops precipitously. It’s a process.
But buyers who seek the next “it” neighborhood, rough edges and all, would do well to take their cues from developers and smart agents.
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