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  • Elegran Insights: Weekly Manhattan & Brooklyn Market Data For The Week of 04/26/21 By Jared Antin | April 26, 2021

    This week, 382 contracts were signed in Manhattan, exceeding last week and setting a new record for the most contracts signed in a week since 2015. There have now been eight weeks in a row with more than 300 contracts signed in Manhattan.

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  • What are real estate comps and how to get them By Sarah Cusack | April 22, 2021

    Whether you are buying or selling a home, a real estate comp can help you understand how much your property is worth. Factors such as square footage, building type and layout can cause major price differences in real estate comps between two properties. Understanding what a real estate comp is and how to properly use it to your benefit can help you save money during the real estate process.

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  • Elegran Insights: Weekly Manhattan & Brooklyn Market Data For The Week of 04/19/21 By Jared Antin | April 19, 2021

    Manhattan is officially a Sellers Market again, as the Market Pulse rose to 0.65. This week, 347 Manhattan contracts were signed, setting a record for the most weekly contracts since 2015. There have now been seven weeks in a row with more than 300 contracts signed in Manhattan.

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  • What to Expect When Pricing Your NYC Home By Sarah Cusack | March 22, 2021

    Nobody likes to put a price tag on their home, a place that holds so many precious memories. But it is one of the most important decisions that you will make throughout the selling process. Not only do you need to consider the house's amenities and location when setting a price but also the current market trends, the home's sales history and more. Understanding how to properly price your home is key to a successful home selling process.

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  • Elegran Manhattan Market Update: January 2021 By Jared Antin | January 07, 2021

    The rebound in Manhattan real estate continued throughout December with robust activity. While the market typically slows in December, 2020 saw an uptick in activity when compared to November. The Manhattan market accelerated in Q4 2020, as inventory declined and contract activity increased.

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  • ELEGRAN EXCLUSIVE LUXURY LISTINGS: DECEMBER 2020 By Sarah Cusack | December 08, 2020

    Luxury and city living meet in these apartments, take a look at Elegran’s top five exclusive listings to find your new home.

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  • Elegran Manhattan Market Update: December 2020 By Jared Antin | December 04, 2020

    Despite the pandemic, more sales contracts were signed in November 2020 compared to the same month in 2018 and 2019, which is a clear sign of the market’s renewed strength. The market pulse is increasing, swinging away from a purely buyers market towards a more balanced market. The current data furt

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  • Pandemic Creates a Shift in Real Estate By Sarah Cusack | December 03, 2020

    The coronavirus has caused massive changes in almost every part of society, including the real estate market. Having in person showings used to be the standard way to buy and sell homes. But since the coronavirus has made a lot of in person meetings unsafe the real estate market has had to pivot to

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  • Elegran Insights Research Note: A Taxing Conversation By Jason Thomas | November 16, 2020

    The exodus of ultra-high net worth individuals from Manhattan to “SoFla” (South Florida) is a popular topic these days. The impetus, we are told, is twofold: Florida’s lower tax burden and NYC’s punitive taxation of the ultra-wealthy “one percenters,” or folks who land in the top 1% of wage earners in the United States.

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  • When is the best time of the year to buy or sell in New York City? By Sarah Cusack | November 12, 2020

    Normally if you were looking to buy or sell an apartment in New York City the time to do so would have been in the spring or fall. But this has not been a normal year and the pandemic has made ripples across the real estate market. New York City had to go into a shut down during the spring which cau

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