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In the wake of the financial crisis, investors have been looking for value in distressed properties and finding them.

That’s made it difficult for many developers to obtain financing for their projects.

But, that’s not the case for many real estate listings.

For instance, while home prices in New York City have risen in recent years, they are still below where they were when the crisis hit in 2008.

In fact, the median home price in the city is about $300,000 lower than it was in the year before the crisis, according to real estate data firm Zillow.

And it’s not only home prices that have seen a slowdown.

In the last five years, real estate sales have been on a slow decline, according with Zillows.

According to ZillOW, the number of sales in the past year fell from 2.4 million to 2.1 million.

That means that the average sale price for a home sold in the United States dropped from $1.9 million to $1,800,000 over the same time period.

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New York real estate agents are increasingly becoming targets of online harassment.

The latest comes from an investigation into online abuse against agents in the United States.

The Federal Trade Commission is looking into complaints about an online harassment campaign against New York agents, including an account of an agent posting racist, sexist and homophobic slurs.

The complaint alleges that the agent’s post has been seen more than 4 million times, and has been shared more than 1,000 times.

The agent was named as Richard J. Bales, who worked for a real estate company that specializes in residential, commercial and multifamily properties.

The FTC complaint alleges Bales used the Twitter handle @agentbale and other social media accounts to harass New York and other stateside agents.

In addition to the tweets, the FTC alleges the account also shared photos and other materials about agents.

The agency’s complaint was filed in federal court in Manhattan.

Balss attorney, William W. Hahn, told the Associated Press that the complaints are being investigated.

Hahn said the complaint was “being investigated as a potential violation of the Fair Housing Act.”

“It is an allegation that we are investigating,” Hahn said.

The FBI is also investigating the matter.

The agency did not immediately respond to a request for comment.