Doug64 wrote:Any links?
There are many articles saying different things, but generally, agree that NYC will recover and do better than most other places
https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/artic ... f=3loXqR2L
This of course, is bad news for affordability, but apparently the market can still bare it.
I don't know why anyone doubted NYC anyway. That's a wonderful city. I've visited numerous times, and have family, as well as friends that live there. That said, i actually still like Chicago better. Then again, I lived in Chicago so i'm biased.
Chicago is hustle and bustle like NYC, but the people are just so much nicer and courteous. If someone bumps into you Michigan/state/wabash/whatever, they'll say "oh, excuse me". In NYC they'll say "HEY I'M WALKING HERE!!"