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in praise of StreetEasy, not to bury it

much beleaguered, of late I’ve been mulling over a post about the many and various changes to StreetEasy that seem to have dropped (thudded) into the lives of so many fans of the Manhattan residential real estate market, but that’s

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cake, candles & balloons, as Manhattan Loft Guy is 5 today

personally, I will have a beer (or 2) (later)I can’t be the only one parent who has consistently been surprised when a child reaches another birthday, which was as true for me with a 28-year-old as it was when I

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20-26 N. Moore Street loft sells quickly if you don’t count 2008 and 2009

what do you get?The Manhattan loft #5W in the twin building coop 20-26 N. Moore Street finally sold on July 28, after coming back to market on February 6 and finding a contract by April 22. Why “finally sold” if

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bidding war over penthouse loft at 73 Worth Street that started at 2006

winning at putting, putteringThe Manhattan loft #PH-E at 73 Worth Street is another loft that recently raced to contract, like the loft in my September 9 post, 11 West 20 Street loft zooms through market, beats higher floor. Long story, short:

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visualizing The Market / Manhattan real estate fun at Urban Digs

more to come, he promisesNoah Rosenblatt over at Urban Digs has long been working on data sets, and is getting ever so much closer to being able to publish what will be unique information about the Manhattan real estate market.

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cool Manhattan sales volume data over at UrbanDigs

bumps + troughsNoah Rosenblatt just posted an interesting chart on his blog of average manhattan real estate sales volume (not prices, volume) from 2006 to present. Check out the whole thing for his explanation and cool graphics. He uses city

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December volume + absorption / loving the actual data

  Noah The Numbers Guy comes through (again) If you are at all interested in the macro-economics impacting the Manhattan real estate market, you probably already have seen the terrific blog, UrbanDigs. Noah’s got a post yesterday that includes some

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  bring down the duck The really old among you will remember that Groucho Marx TV show from about (forty-five?) years ago (and the really old without CRS will remember the name of it – You Bet Your Life), in

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