Elegran Edge
The Real Estate Blog

What is Elegran Edge? It’s the blog where we bring together the biggest and best stories from our neighborhood blogs and agent blogs. If it’s happening in Manhattan real estate, you can find it here.

Articles about "Manhattan Market Analysis"

  • Manhattan Sales Plunge: A Buyer's Paradise? By Kerby Marcelin | October 11, 2016

    Are you planning to buy in Manhattan? Find out how the market is shifting in favor of buyers.

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  • New York Plaza Hotel Takes a Turn On the Block By Gretchen Chapman | March 25, 2016

    The Plaza has changed has hands several times, however new owners inevitably fall in the shadow of previous owner Donald Trump .

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  • 2016 New York Real Estate Predictions By Nikko Espina | February 15, 2016

    It’s only February, but 2016 predictions for NYC real estate have been swirling since December. These are the top real estate predictions for 2016.

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  • StreetEasy’s Quarterly Report: Good Opportunities for Investment in 2016 By Helen Olivo | February 03, 2016

    The StreetEasy Quarterly Market Report has been released, an analysis of NYC’s largest database of sales and rental listings for 2015’s fourth quarter.

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  • All Cash Sales, Cash Optional By Serena Horrigann | December 03, 2015

    As the NYC real estate market continues to skyrocket, a new twist on the all cash offer is gaining popularity among brokers and buyers alike.

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  • 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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  • Spring 2015: Manhattan Market Trends By Ilana Yoneshige | May 15, 2015

    According to some Real Estate Market reports, competition for a new home will be incredibly fierce this spring.

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  • Stage Set for Manhattan Apartment Prices to Rise By Aby Thomas | April 16, 2013

    New York City’s real estate sector has had an interesting first quarter this year—while there was a definite decrease noted in apartment prices across Manhattan, home hunters were still having to dish out a pretty penny if they wanted to get their hands on the New York City apartment of their dreams. A market report by Brown Harris Stevens put the average price of a Manhattan apartment to be at a hefty $1,252,081 in the year’s first quarter, which is, interestingly enough, 16 percent lower than what it was a year ago.

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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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