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Articles about "Inventory Analysis NYC"

  • Triangular wonder Putting a Price on NYC’s Fall Rental Market By Stephanie Lovelle | December 02, 2015

    From Zumper's recent map for the Fall season, here's a rental market summary of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Which neighborhoods ranked the priciest?

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  • NYC Construction Boom: An End to the Inventory Shortage? By Thomas Faddegon | July 24, 2013

    Apartment hunters, rejoice! The New York City Building Congress has fantastic news for those struggling with the extreme shortage of housing options in New York City.

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  • Just How Old Are Most New Yorker's Buildings? By Ryan Daley | January 16, 2013

    Anyone can tell you New York City's housing stock is a mix of new and old, but while headlines of new apartment buildings on the rise grab the attention of the public, the chart above shows nearly 60% of occupied units in the city were built before 1947. Even more striking is the dearth of units coming onto the market since 1974. 

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  • 2013: Economic Principles Will Catch Up To Reality, Condo Prices To Rise By Ryan Daley | January 04, 2013

    Chart, analysis and market projections by J. Thomas   Footnotes to accompany chart above 1.) From 1996 – 2007, there exists a tight correlation between new residential units (SUPPLY) and condo sales (DEMAND) as developers introduced additional units in response to growing demand. 2.) In each of those years from 1996 – 2007, supply was greater than demand, representative of healthy balance in the supply / demand curve.

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