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Noah Buhayar
Reporter for Bloomberg covering real estate out west. Re-tweets are not endorsements.
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mrgopal Dec 13
If higher rates sank U.S. home sales, will lower ones save them? via
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Joel Weber Dec 11
From same said puff piece...
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
Replying to @emmersbrown
Congrats! Can't thinking of a smarter, more capable person to take this on. And can't wait to read it.
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
One Puerto Rico tax attorney "said he knows of at least eight funds that are buying up real estate on the island." One of them: a NY-based hedge fund that intends to invest $100 mln on the island via
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
Replying to @esmedeprez @zillow @BW
. and I dug into some of this (and 's prior research on the topic) in our story last month:
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
Replying to @NBuhayar
Also good to note that there's plenty of nuance in this analysis, and many factors can cause homelessness to go up or down in a community despite rising rents. See: Houston.
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
Replying to @NBuhayar
"Across the country, the rent burden already exceeds the 32 percent threshold in 100 of the 386 markets included in this analysis"
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Noah Buhayar Dec 11
Turns out homelessness can get a lot worse in a hurry when people in a city start paying more than a third of their income on rent. Really interesting new -backed research:
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Noah Buhayar Nov 20
One side sees a negotiation. The other "community engagement." Fascinating look from at Amazon fulfillment center workers who are advocating for their rights in Minnesota.
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Noah Buhayar Nov 20
Time to head somewhere with some sunshine cc ⁦
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mrgopal Nov 20
The great housing slowdown of 2018 is hitting America's fastest growing city. Now, builders are getting desperate.
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Noah Buhayar Nov 20
“Doing nothing isn’t doing nothing. Doing nothing costs more money.” There are many reasons to solve homelessness, not least that it's tragic in a nation as wealthy as the U.S. But the economic case is worth considering, too. My latest w/
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Noah Buhayar Nov 19
Read this. Such a masterful piece of reporting and writing.
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Noah Buhayar Nov 13
This headline could have run in . ht
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emma brown Nov 9
Astounding level of detail in this story about Trump's central role in payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
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Max Abelson Nov 8
The biggest scandal inside Goldman Sachs goes all the way to the top Fantastic reporting by & Elffie Chew
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Noah Buhayar Nov 7
“This is a very rational decision for Amazon to make in the micro; in the macro, it reinforces a really challenging trend for the U.S. economy.”
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Judy Woodruff Nov 7
my colleague is a complete professional, an utterly fair and hardworking reporter. She did not ask a "racist question."
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Liam Dillon Nov 6
Replying to @GavinNewsom
With 17.9% precincts in, still trailing handily at 65% No. The result is more and more clear. But the margin will still matter a lot for how much leverage landlords/tenants will have on the future debate over rent control that new governor has promised.
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Noah Buhayar Nov 6
Replying to @NBuhayar
Here's a map of the areas eligible for "opportunity zones" tax breaks in and around Long Island City:
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