New York real estate is waking up! The slow beginnings of revival have characterized the third quarter of New York City’s 2020 real estate market. The city opened up for showings in late June, and through July, August, and September momentum gradually gathered. COVID-19 shut down our business entirely from mid-March until the last week of June, essentially eradicating the second quarter and the spring market: by order of the Governor, property could not be shown. During those months, our city became the world epicenter for the coronavirus. Then, owing to the extreme measures taken by the state government to keep people at home and properly masked when they ventured out, the infection rate abated, leaving the city with a low virus caseload.
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