Late-night is not the only thing moving to New York City; the latest census concludes that for the first time in 50 years, more people are moving to NYC than moving out.
In the days following Hurricane Sandy, I immediately began to hear the whispers about the storm's effect on Manhattan real estate values. There is no shortage of predictions or opinions.
Spurred by sky-high rental prices and rock bottom mortgage rates, Manhattanites who hadn't considered owning before are throwing their hats into the real estate ring. But buying a home in NYC takes a certain level of confidence.