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How NYC's resale market bounced back after global economic crisis
Last week marked the eighth anniversary of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, one of the big Wall Street banks. Here's how that economic crisis affected the resale market in Manhattan.
How Manhattan apartment sizes have changed in the past two decades
Tracking the changes in rental, co-op, and condo sizes as the real estate market changes
More than half of Manhattan condo sales this year were all-cash deals
Since Manhattan has been so humid this week, I thought I’d cut through the haze and explore the market in a cool way (sorry) by breaking down the number of all-cash sales, or ones where a buyer doesn’t obtain a mortgage for the purchase.
Tracking the rise in Manhattan median prices since 2010
This week, real estate appraiser, Curbed graph guru, blogger, and Housing Notes newsletter writer Jonathan Miller looks at how Manhattan median prices have changed since 2010, using quintiles. (oooh!)
In the battle for space in NYC apartments, condos trump co-ops
This week, real estate appraiser, Curbed graph guru, blogger, and Housing Notes newsletter writer Jonathan Miller looks at the difference in apartment mixes in co-op and condo units over the past decades.
NYC's resale apartments are having a moment
New York's resale market is booming all of a sudden. Just how can housing inventory that makes up 78% of the market have a moment? Read on.
Three Cents Worth: Tracking the Changes In Manhattan Apartment Sizes
Does the size of sold Manhattan apartments indicate a trend in the real estate market in NYC? You sure bet it does, and Jonathan Miller is here to explain what exactly it shows.
How Inflation Really Affects Manhattan Sales Prices
This week, real estate appraiser, Curbed graph guru, blogger, and Housing Notes newsletter writer Jonathan Miller looks at inflation in the Manhattan sales market.
Why You Can No Longer Afford Your Manhattan Rent
Real estate guru Jonathan Miller is back with a column about New York's frustrating rental market