Slow and steady is becoming a trend with big budget buyers in the New York City real estate market — a side effect of congestion and lack of demand.
- At the close of 2015, Olshan Realty reported a two-month increase in days on the market for luxury properties.
- In the first week of April, just 18 contracts above $4 million were signed – the lowest of that same week since 2012.
- The median resale price in Manhattan grew 3.8 percent last year to $978,765, but within the luxury tier (top 10 percent), median resale price went up just 0.2 percent.
- Pockets like East Brooklyn and Upper Manhattan are still competitive markets for buyers.
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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019