Manhattan Apartment Renters Push Back to Find Better DealsBy
Newly signed leases jumped 34% in June, the most in four years
Concessions granted in 9.7% of deals amid a surge of listings
Manhattan renters left their apartments in search of better deals last month, pushing back against landlord price increases and taking advantage of a flood of new choices on the market.
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