Tag: Acris

ain’t easy keeping track of Manhattan loft sales, and getting harder

the behemoth’s business model runs over Manhattan Loft Guy’s If I had to select one thing as the most publicly beneficial thing that Manhattan Loft Guy has offered the general public since March 2006, that Most Best Thing would be

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interesting loft sale at 260 Fifth Avenue, but Observer gets it wrong

why do they do that?The New York Observer reported yesterday that the Manhattan loft on the 8th floor at 260 Fifth Avenue sold for $3.95mm but, as you will see in a minute, it didn’t. It was a newsworthy event

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sales price kerfuffle, as ACRIS changes, so does StreetEasy, but world does not end

this explains some of the funny (non-round) numbersThis may be a bit too inside baseball for some (many?), but the way New York City reports real estate sales prices changed in March, and The Real Deal stirred things up this

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making (no) sense of The Market / what did The Elf buy at 345 West 13 Street?

paging David ByrneIn this episode, Manhattan Loft Guy starts with a celebrity purchase, moans about transactions without brokers, touches on how difficult it can be to compare same-building loft sales, and finally (nearly?) goes bonkers on why ACRIS data sometimes

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