Tailored for NYC real estate agents, Decoding the Market is a StreetEasy event series that unpacks the latest research, trends, and tools agents can use to expand their expertise. This quarter, Nancy Wu revealed the latest findings in her Q2 2020 Market Report. In particular, she covered how demand for rentals plummeted at a time when it normally spikes, interest in the outer boroughs shot upward, and rents in Manhattan fell for the first time since the Great Recession. Joined by Charles Botensten, the founder and long-time broker of Botensten Properties International in Manhattan, this conversation offered more than data. Charles shared his agent perspective on these findings and advice for making use of them. With a massive following and a decade of industry experience, Charles is always looking for new ways to leverage market data to grow his business.
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Economist at StreetEasy, Nancy Wu is laser-focused on uncovering trends to help us all make more sense of the NYC real estate market. Wu frequently speaks at StreetEasy events, on local broadcast and with national news outlets about her research. She’s joined by Charles Botensten, founder and long-time broker of Manhattan-based firm, Botensten Properties International. Charles lives and breathes real estate. With a massive following and a decade of industry experience, he is always looking for ways to use market data to bolster his business.