Showing posts with label monthly market snapshot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label monthly market snapshot. Show all posts

Sep 13, 2011

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot - August 2011

This report is a snapshot of August 2011 based on Corcoran Group's signed contract data with the exception of "Number of Contracts Signed" and inventory figures. Number of reported signed contracts in Manhattan by all firms. 

Hopefully you will find the following information helpful but remember that in today’s market, statistics only can tell so much. Dynamics can shift from block to block and from one price to another.
As always, I will continue to follow closely Manhattan marketwide and neighbiohood sales activity and trends in residential real estate during the next few months, and welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may have about this report or the market in general or to assist you selling or purchasing Manhattan real estate.

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Jul 2, 2011

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot: June 2011


May 11, 2011

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot - April 2011


Mar 9, 2011

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot: February 2011


Dec 13, 2010

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot: November 2010

Manhattan Condominium Market Report - Click to Enlarge

Manhattan Cooperative Market Report - Click to Enlarge

Manhattan New Listing Inventory (Apartments) - Click to Enlarge

Manhattan Absorption vs New Total Listings - Click to Enlarge

Nov 19, 2010

NY Still Bucking National Housing Price Trends

The Real Deal reported as overall U.S. home prices declined year-over-year in September 
for the second straight month, New York was the state with the highest level of home 
price appreciation in the country, with a 2.67 percent increase, according to a new report 
from analytics firm CoreLogic

That figure includes sales of distressed homes; excluding distressed home sales, 
New York home prices rose by 3.82 percent in September, compared to September 
2009. However, New York was one of just seven states to see home prices increase 
during that period, as the national housing market continues to struggle. According to 
the report, the country saw home prices depreciate by 2.79 percent in September, up 
from the 1.08 percent depreciation seen in August. 

In Manhattan the numbers for October 2010 are even better. Both condo and coop 
sales increased from September 2010. 

Below is The Corcoran Group: Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot for October 2010.
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Oct 13, 2010

Manhattan Real Estate Market Report: September 2010

The Corcoran Group September 2010 Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot 
Condominium snapshot, Cooperative snapshot, average price per square foot, average sale price, median sale price, absorption

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Sep 14, 2010

Manhattan Market Snapshot - August 2010


Jul 15, 2010

Manhattan Monthly Market Snapshot - June 2010

Below is Manhattan Real Estate Market Data for June 2010. Click to view in larger format.


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