Tag: Quarterly Report

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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Tribeca and Soho top the rankings in median price by neighborhood, of course

top line numbers are so … top lineThe graph associated with this Property Shark report about median prices for coops, condos and 1- or 2-family homes by New York City neighborhood, with 2012 v. 2011 and 2012 v. 2008 data,

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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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the scandal in the quarterly report data on Manhattan residential real estate sales

hiding in plain sightTwo quick take-aways from the first stories about the major firm quarterly market reports on Manhattan residential real estate sales that are in the papers this morning, this one from the Vivian Toy piece on page A24

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Manhattan loft market mirrors overall market (boring!), except (slightly) outperforms on inventory

data is dumped, for nowAs is my custom following the quarterly reports, the two tables below break out the (limited) loft-specific data from the three major firms that do quarterly market reports for Manhattan residential real estate and then provide

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fourth quarter Manhattan residential market reports hit / what's your favorite number?

that time of the year againIt would have been too much to expect that the number crunchers could have dug out soon enough to have delivered numbers to the press under embargo last Friday (aka, last year), so the flurry

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is the 2010 strength in Manhattan loft sales odd, or even notable in a Lake Wobegon sense?

absolutely: maybeI’ve been staring at the quarterly Manhattan loft market data in various metrics …. Blame it on The Miller (for giving me the numbers); blame it on Diane Ramirez (for calling the bottom); blame it on the Red Sox

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Manhattan loft market outperforms in volume (big) + absorption

nice (rare) consensus among firms!Yesterday I beat up a little bit on Vivian Toy’s traditionally formatted New York Times article about the 4 major quarterly Manhattan real estate market reports for the Third Quarter and a bit more on the

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why the race to (call) the bottom? third quarter Manhattan real estate market reports hit

a rainy day also rains numbersI am pretty sure I am in the minority about this, but I believe that major players in the Real Estate Industrial Complex in Manhattan are missing a shift in how consumers want information processed

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how did lofts do last quarter compared to overall Manhattan real estate market?

a focus on the data from the Second QuarterAs is my wont, my first posts about the major firm reports from the Second Quarter and Manhattan real estate were about the drama of the reporting, this quarter ‘enlivened’ by the

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