The Bronx has some of the best neighborhoods in the country for renters.
But that’s because the area has been largely spared the recession that hit other major American cities.
The Bronx and its surrounding areas have seen the same economic boom that New York City and many other major metropolitan areas experienced during the Great Recession, according to data compiled by The Wall St. Journal.
The region has seen a boom in new housing stock over the past five years, while many other metropolitan areas have experienced their own wave of construction.
In New York, the average vacancy rate for apartments is around 4.5 percent, according the Realtors.
In the Bronx, it’s 7.8 percent.
Renters in the boroughs are able to get a discount for a small apartment because the market has been so good.
According to Realtor.com, the median rent in Manhattan is $2,500, while the median for the Bronx is $1,400.
In Queens, the apartment market is still relatively cheap, with an average price of $1.2 million, according Realtordist.com.
But the market is much cheaper in the South Bronx.
Rent in the neighborhoods near the South Brooklyn Bridge is more than twice as expensive as the Bronx’s average, according data compiled for the Reutlers.
The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn is $928 a month, while a two-bedroom is $890.
In Manhattan, the number of apartments in the area is about 60 percent higher than the Bronx.
It’s not a stretch to assume that the higher prices will drive renters to the Southside, where prices are also much lower, according The Reutler.com report.
New York also has some affordable housing options in the suburbs of the Bronx where rents are less than $1 a month.
In Yonkers, rent for an apartment is only $800 a month in a median-priced apartment.
In East New York and the Bronx boroughs, rents are about half that.
And in the Queens, Queens, New York area, rents in those areas are more than double the Bronx and almost triple the Queens boroughs average.
The area is also home to a number of historically black and brown communities.
Renting in the predominantly white boroughs is still more expensive than renting in the majority-black boroughs.
And although some of these areas have had the highest rates of foreclosures in recent years, the foreclosure rate in these neighborhoods has decreased dramatically in recent decades.
Rent is more affordable in the city because it is near the city’s largest metropolitan area, the Bronx .
The Bronx is home to some of New York’s most diverse populations.
The majority of people in the region are of color.
But even in the wealthiest parts of the borough, there are some residents who still don’t feel welcome.
One of the reasons is the lack of affordable housing.
For example, the city of New Jersey has only about half the affordable housing as the rest of New England combined.
The problem is not limited to the borough.
In fact, more than two-thirds of New Yorkers live in poverty, according a recent report by the Housing Policy Institute.
There are some areas in the metro area where there are still many areas that are still considered unaffordable.
In a survey of residents, one in three residents said they were either living paycheck to paycheck or could not afford to buy a home.
And despite the fact that housing is more expensive in the urban areas, people still rent.
But there are signs that the area may be getting back on its feet.
In February, The New York Times reported that the number in the county of Brooklyn who are paying rent increased by 9 percent, which was more than the population increase of just 1 percent.
The New Jersey Housing Authority reported that rents were increasing by 8 percent in January and 6 percent in February, and the number renting has increased by 20 percent in the past three years.
And while many people in New York live paycheck to paycheck, many of them also rent out their apartments for as little as $1 an hour.
It makes sense that rents in these areas are rising, given the housing shortages that many of these communities face.
But it is also important to remember that the city and boroughs housing shortage is only temporary.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said that the state has more than 1.2 millions apartments in rent-stabilized and market-rate apartments, but that the housing market will be back to normal soon.
New Yorkers have to wait until the economy recovers.
It will take at least a year before rent is again affordable, according Toobin.
The longer the city waits to see how the economy develops, the higher the risk that people will continue to rent in their apartments, according Alperovitch.
That is what led to a lot of anger from some tenants in the aftermath of the reopening of the bridge in January.
Some tenants took matters into their own hands, and