Showing posts with label Manhattan Market Report Fourth Quarter 2017. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Manhattan Market Report Fourth Quarter 2017. Show all posts

Jan 3, 2018

Manhattan Market Report Fourth Quarter 2017

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I am delighted to share with you the latest edition of The Corcoran Report for Manhattan. Inside you will find a detailed analysis of residential real estate sales that closed in Manhattan in Fourth Quarter 2017 (October 1 through December 31).

Key findings of the Fourth Quarter report:

  •  2017 ended the year in a more stable condition than 2016: Three of the past four quarters registered level or annual increases in closed sales activity. Fourth Quarter 2017 closed sales were essentially unchanged from last year, and at 3,140 closings, carried the 2017 year-end total to 13,400 closed transactions. Signed contracts fell 14% year-over-year, largely in response to non-market factors like tax reform that are adding complexity to buyer decision making.
  •  The chasm between buyers’ and sellers’ expectations on pricing, value, and velocity that affected sales in 2016 narrowed over the last twelve months: Market wide median price rose 5% annually to $1.068M. Market activity varied significantly by product type. In Fourth Quarter 2017, resale co-op sales rose 4% annually, for the third consecutive quarter. Resale condos, which have been limited by lingering high prices, experienced a 3% decrease in closed sales year-over-year. New development closed sales declined too, by 12% year-over-year, a decrease that was less a reflection of demand and more about the timing of the current building cycle and completions.
  •  Listed inventory increased 9% annually: Active listings surpassed 6,000. This represented the highest Fourth Quarter total since 2011, and was fueled by increases in new development inventory at recently launched developments Downtown. Inventory growth, consistently outpacing absorption in 2017, pushed months of supply to 5.9 months, nearly reaching the six month supply-demand equilibrium threshold.
  •  Prices in recent quarters have adjusted to reflect supply and demand conditions among different price points: The 5% increase median price to $1.068M reflected the strength of the core $3M and under market, while the 7% annual decrease of average price to $1.879M supported the narrative that rising supply continues to put downward pressure on prices at the higher end of the market, where discounts and negotiability are prevalent. 
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about The 4-Q-2017 Manhattan Report or the Manhattan market in general. I welcome the opportunity to be of assistance to yo

Download the full NYC real estate report here.  

 
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