Category: market trends

“B” loft line going wild at 245 Seventh Avenue, with new building record

another data point in a frenetic market (yawn) I may yet do an overview post about the various Manhattan residential quarterly market reports that are all over the print media and inter-tubes today (e.g., New York Times Home Sales Rose

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TYAToMLG: a great counter counts summer contracts + listings

  old market trends never really get old On Thursday I used The Miller’s new way of cutting the 20-year Manhattan residential real estate market into 8 eras in service of a post about a particular Tribeca loft with a

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memory lane: on outliers, or Bright Shiny Objects, this one a penthouse loft at 121 West 20 Street

  Two Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; we are nearly done with that. In my

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memory lane: real-time reporting on changes in The Market for Manhattan lofts

  Three Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan loft Guy material coming up. In my July 8, 2010, another sign that

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revisiting the NY Times “time to PANIC!!!” piece with more (contrary) Manhattan loft sales data

what does “almost becoming the norm” mean in TimesSpeak?The inter-tubes are still buzzing over that main real estate article in Sunday’s New York Times, In A Seller’s Market, Every Minute Counts, which I hit in my same day post, June

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not every buyer should panic: that scary New York Times article is right, to a degree

at least, not every buyer should always panic If you are a buyer actively searching for a Manhattan coop or condo, chances are good that someone you know or love has already scared you with In A Seller’s Market, Every

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4 colors of downtown Manhattan loft momentum, again

  same colors, same story (buyer beware) Not a lot of analysis, or even fresh insight here … just counting. I just updated the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 (Note to Self … get back to

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in which Manhattan Loft Guy bravely calls BS on the Market Trend Meme Of The Day

fools rush in …Refill your coffee cup if you intend to get beyond the first few paragraphs here. My executive summary is that the much-repeated meme accounting for the huge sales volume at the end of 2012 is probably BS

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secrets of the Master List: 16 Manhattan lofts that HIT The Market

colors on the spreadsheetOne recurring topic of my frequent notes to self is to use the aggregate data about Manhattan loft transactions that I collect in the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 (N.B., lofts downtown that

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(Part 2) riffing with Toy + NY Times about higher prices “sprinkled” through Manhattan, including in the loft market

  [having discovered that my draft post was WAY too long for this platform, the end of my Part 1 post follows, with the last paragraph repeated…] … With this building sales history as context, the exemplar July 2011 sale

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