Is the housing bust about to take Manhattan?

By Helen Chernikoff – Analysis 


NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York City real estate prices are looking increasingly shaky as instability in two of the city’s sexier submarkets — second homes in the Hamptons, and new condos in Manhattan — register the latest signs of a housing downturn.

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