In order to better serve the demands of New York City real estate consumers, The New York Times is releasing fresh pricing tools for users on their Find a Home platform. These tools are aimed at assisting buyers in their searches as they navigate the NYC real estate market.
- The New York Times is offering guides that spread across all five boroughs, with data trends for five-year, one-year or three-month spans.
- Another module, named ‘What will I get for my dollar?’ provides a neighborhood-based home search tailored by the low, median and high-tier markets.
- The New York Times created these resources using data from its listings database and New York City public records.
- Matthew Shadbolt, director of real estate products for The New York Times, spoke with Inman exclusively on the launch of the pricing guide.