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Real Estate and Apartments For Sale in Rego Park

7 Homes and apartments in Rego Park

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63-36 99th Street, Apt 5-H
This 1185 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Warren Tanzil of R New York.
925,000
2bd
2.5ba
63-26 99th Street, Apt 8-C
This 1067 sqft, 2 bedrooms Condo is listed by Scott Savory of Compass.
595,000
2bd
2ba
98-19 64th Avenue, Apt 1-E
This Studio Co-op is listed by Yitzchak Khaimov of Nest Seekers.
199,000
Studio
1ba
98-05 63rd Road, Apt 2b
This 1 bedroom rental is listed by Edwin Taveras of VORO HOME.
329,000
1bd
1ba
86-16 60th Avenue, Apt 6-G
This 1 bedroom Co-op is listed by Home Team Herrera of Keller Williams Realty Empire.
199,000
1bd
1ba
61-15 98th Street, Apt 10-D
This 2 bedrooms Co-op is listed by Jessica Meis of Compass.
470,000
2bd
1.5ba
87-30 62nd Avenue, Apt 3F
This 700 sqft, 1 bedroom Condo is listed by Jesse C. Chan of Kian Realty NYC.
390,000
1bd
1ba

About Rego Park

Rego Park is one of the unsung neighborhoods of Central Queens. While it may not be as well-known as some of the other communities in the borough, it has just as much charm as any other and has started to attract more and more buyers from other parts of the city. There are many benefits for prospective homeowners, starting with the attractive prices on apartments for sale in Rego Park. The neighborhood is mostly residential, with plenty of large condominium and cooperative buildings, but there are also plenty of multi and single-family houses available for sale.
In addition to the variety of living options in Rego Park, there is also a rich and diverse selection of options in terms of shopping, dining, and groceries. For homebuyers who value some versatility in their lives, Rego Park is a great option. Rego Park had roots in the 1920s when it was developed by the Real Good Construction Company. Since then, its name of "Rego" has stood for "Real Good." Nowadays, you can find some really good deals on real estate for sale in the neighborhood. 
One of the unique aspects of living in Rego Park is the incredible vibrant diversity that is present in the neighborhood. You'll find a unique blend in the culture in Rego Park with immigrants from South Asia, Korea, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. This has led to a wide range of cuisine and goods available in the region. The neighborhood also offers residents many different transportation options that make commuting to downtown Manhattan easy and convenient. 
Because of all the amenities available, the family-friendly atmosphere, and vast diversity, Rego Park is quickly becoming of the most desirable neighborhoods in Queens. Single-family and multi-family homes continue to sell for higher and higher prices as people continue to discover the convenience and benefits of the Rego Park neighborhood. 

Rego Park Real Estate Sales Trends

The median sale price for an apartment in Rego Park is $402,222.

Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $199,000.

One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $286,200.

Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $663,333.

Rego Park Penthouses for sale

There are currently no penthouses for sale in the Rego Park of Queens.

Rego Park Condos for Sale

There are currently 3 condos available for sale in Rego Park. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $390,000 to $925,000.

Rego Park Co-op apartments for Sale

There are currently 5 co-ops available for sale in Rego Park. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $199,000 to $470,000.

Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Rego Park

There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.