Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Broker: 'If You Can't Afford Brooklyn, Consider the Upper East Side'

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Co-op prices shot up a whopping 71 percent in Brooklyn in the past year with Manhattan apartments rising 34 percent, according to real estate market reports released Tuesday.

One real estate broker advises buyers looking at Brooklyn to be open minded.

"Be flexible about where you'll go and what you'll consider. If you can't afford Brooklyn consider the Upper East Side," he said.

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