The Deanna Kory Team produces a variety of different exclusive newsletters that analyze specific market segments. These publications contain articles and statistics on the state of the market, features on new listings and developments, articles written by industry professionals on a wide range of topics, and advice to help the average New Yorker navigate the market. If you would like to receive any one of the newsletters listed below, please contact Deanna at 212-937-7011 or by using our online contact form.
The Deanna Kory Team’s monthly eNewsletter includes our expert analysis plus statistical charts to help you understand the current real estate market in Manhattan. We will also include items such as special invitations to our many events, helpful links to great news articles, new content on our website, advance notice of new properties on the market and helpful tips & information on buying and selling in Manhattan. This is our way of providing you with the most up-to-the-minute information on real estate trends, market conditions, and access to industry news.
Current market news and informative articles on all Manhattan residential real estate topics.
The newsletter includes a complete market analysis including a segment by segment overview of what is happening on Central Park West.
Current market news and informative articles on the Park Avenue real estate market.
A comprehensive analysis Downtown, as well as closed sales data from Greenwich Village/West Village, Tribeca/Soho, and Flatiron/Nomad.
A full overview of the New York townhouse market, including historical perspective, current trends, and professional advice on renovation, design, preservation, and more.
A survey of the market, the community, and unique qualities of Manhattan’s Riverside Drive & West End Avenue.
Our team is skilled in providing extensive analysis in a sophisticated and complex real estate market. From understanding net profit, capital gains, to detailed comparable evaluations, we offer the knowledge, data and information our clients need to be competitive.