Tag: Urban Digs

lofts sell by the foot, not by bedrooms, as at 53 N. Moore Street in Tribeca

a serendipitous pair of closings at The North Moore line right up with Theory I’ve had this conversation so many times, about how room count (specifically, bedroom count) is the key to the size (and value) of Manhattan “apartments”, while

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the yield after renovating 71 Nassau Street loft? 5% over 2006 (ouch)

numbers collide, a little painfully, for FiDi loft on resale It’s not bad enough that the folks who just unloaded the “1,376 sq ft” Manhattan loft #15A at 71 Nassau Street (the Croft Building) for $1.348mm paid $1,282,995 when they

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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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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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how I love ya, how I love ya, my dear old Meme-y

  getting memed in the blogosphere brings us all together? I have been memed by Maureen McCabe at Columbus Best Blog, which makes me a meme-in-law of Joseph at Sellsius.   As Joseph says:   A meme (rhymes with dream)

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pseller psychology pstuck pso psales psuffer?

  Sellers are slow to adapt to current conditions, say some Jonathan Miller on Matrix started a chat about seller psychology, expressing the view that (in general) sellers have not accepted the current market facts.   One of the interesting

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