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By Eddie Small | January 15, 2018 03:45PM Clockwise from left: The Rockaways, Highbridge and East New York New York’s outer boroughs may be booming, but residential agents are not flocking to every neighborhood in equal measure. The Real Deal recently analyzed data from the New York Department of State to determine which parts of the outer boroughs still have a comparatively low number of residential agents, finding that the dubious distinction belongs to Highbridge and Morrisania in the Bronx, East New York and its New Lots subsection in Brooklyn, the Rockaways in Queens and Port Richmond in Staten IslandTRD organized the boroughs using the New York State Department of Health’s neighborhood definitions by ZIP code. As of 2017, just 86 agents were registered in Highbridge and Morrisania, while Port Richmond had only 140The Rockaways had 178, and East New York and New Lots had 202These numbers did rise in Highbridge and Morrisania, as well as in East New York and New Lots, from 2016 to 2017, increasing from 73 and 170, respectivelyBut agent couts dropped over the same time period in the Rockaways and Port Richmond, falling from 195 and 162, respectively.

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