2Q 2014: Rental Market Report in Brownstone Brooklyn

The residential rental market continued to flourish in Brooklyn during the second quarter of 2014, jumping 11 percent from a year ago, according to the Ideal Properties Group’s Brownstone Brooklyn and Beyond Second Quarter Rental Market Report (http://tinyurl.com/ppognk5). The report revealed that tenants are spending an average of $2,810 a month for apartments, highlighting once again that Brownstone Brooklyn is the premier rental destination in the city. 

 

 

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