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REBNY REPORT: NYC Apartment Prices Up 23%

REBNY Issues 1st Citywide Sales Report:


The average price of an apartment jumped 23 percent, while each borough recorded a higher average price for one- to three-family dwellings in the last 12 months.

According to the quarterly report, the average price for New York City apartments rose 23 percent, to $745,000, in the first quarter of 2007, compared to a year earlier, while the median price for city units rose 20 percent, to $450,000.

Average Sale Prices:

  • Manhattan had the highest average sale price at $1,107,00
  • Brooklyn second, at $441,000,
  • Queens third, at $257,000.

In the one- to three-family category, with a significant number outside Manhattan, the average price increased 7 percent, to $595,000, while the median rose 8 percent, to $540,000.

  • Manhattan came in at $3,942,000 among one-to three-family residences.
  • Brooklyn was second at $643,000
  • Queens was third at $580,000.

Average Price Increases for 1-3 family houses

  • Manhattan led in average price increase 16 percent since last year.
  • Brooklyn and The Bronx were each up 7 percent
  • Queens 4 percent
  • Staten Island 3 percent.

The report also found an upsurge in city apartments' average price per square foot, which rose 14 percent to $733, while the median surged 28 percent to $671.


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REBNY Press Release

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