Tag: Market Reports

are Manhattan loft sellers more in sync with buyers this year? not really …

original loft asking prices are working with about the same frequency To my mind, an asking price for a Manhattan loft is successful when it generates an offer from a qualified buyer that leads to a contract (more successful if

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memory lane: defining “loft” and the 2009 market

  FYAToMLG, and FYAToMLG You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up. Today’s a two-fer because once I got into the Manhattan Loft Guy archives

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downtown Manhattan loft market momentum in 4 colors

  a quick post for a busy day I just updated the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 for the first time in a few weeks, getting up to date on deeds filed before March 24. You

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Wall Street Journal jumps gun on quarterly market report, flogs Soho loft sale you know about

brilliant journalismRegular readers of Manhattan Loft guy will suspect snark in that sub-head, but today, I got none. Josh Barbanel’s piece in today’s Journal, Manhattan Sales Continue to Climb, is brilliant journalism on two fronts. First, it scoops all the

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67 East 11 Street loft sale and the utility of old media

when “news” isn’t new, to whom is it worthwhile?The January 11 sale of the Manhattan loft #704 at 67 East 11 Street (Cast Iron Building) is featured in today’s Residential Sales Around The Region feature in the the New York

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babbling in the Real Estate Industrial Complex / NY Magazine edition

  does EVERYONE want to live in the Village?I probably take boozy (and woozy) press coverage about the Manhattan real estate market more seriously than most people (I hope so, for their sake), but this bit of drivel from a

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the reports are coming, the reports are coming!!

company choreographyToday’s NY Times has a preview of the major firms’ Manhattan real estate market reports for the fourth quarter of 2009, which are to be released today. The dance is that the numbers were delivered to the press a

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comparing 2Q Manhattan loft data + overall market / the case of the missing lofts

   the race to publish ended with a boom this quarter The three major firm market reports for the Second Quarter 2009 came out last week, essentially at the start of the holiday weekend. You’ve probably seen enough of the

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was the Manhattan coop loft market dead in 1Q09? Miller nugget provokes arithmetic angst

once more into the breachThis may be my last nugget from the Manhattan real estate market reports from the first quarter of 2009. Honors go to Miller Samuel:  The market share of new development sales jumped to 74.2% of all

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comparing nuggets / 4Q Manhattan loft data + overall market

so few nuggets The overall Manhattan 4Q Numbers, 3 ways, with some year-over-year comparisons:   median sales price avg price per foot transactions days on market inventory Miller Samuel $900k [up 5.9%] $1,183 [up 0.3%] 2,282 [off 9.4%] 159 [up 21.3%]

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