Brooklyn is the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, with a Census-estimated 2,636,735 residents in 2015. It is geographically adjacent to the borough of Queens at the southwestern end of Long Island.
Brooklyn boasts an incredible public transit system so those who live further out can easily get to where they need to.
The percentage of homes being lived in by their owners is low, with many properties in Brooklyn serving as rentals.
The average home listing price in Brooklyn increased between last year and this year, from $1,138,661 to $1,211,980, or 6.4 percent. This recent rise provides local homeowners with confidence in their home value growth without pricing future buyers out of the market. Meanwhile, the number of homes on the market declined marginally by 3.9 percent. Inventory reached 3,111 listings in this year, Many houses in Brooklyn feature lovely hardwood flooring, for those who prefer the elegance and beauty of this look. The views of the East River are some of the prettiest available from homes in the area; it's a tranquil view that makes you just want to sit down and put your feet up to relax. Many homes in this city have one or more windowed bathrooms which have the benefit of good ventilation and lots of natural light.