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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

NY Property Speculators Swim In Red Ink

New York City buildings with rent-stabilized apartments have seen a significant decline in value, with prices dropping by 34% since 2019, according to Maverick Real Estate Partners, as reported by Natalie Wong and Angelina Rascouet for Bloomberg News.


The decline in the value of rent-stabilized units has led to substantial losses for property speculators, with some owners considering walking away from their buildings.



The decline in the value of rent-stabilized units has led to substantial losses for property speculators, with some owners considering walking away from their buildings.


The sale of loans backed by New York rent-stabilized apartments at a discount by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) highlights the challenges facing the affordable housing market in the city.


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

Tighter rent regulations have sparked debate, with some landlords expressing concerns over their property rights and the impact on housing shortages. These developments underscore the complex dynamics of the New York City real estate market and its implications for affordable housing.




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