Archives: 2011 February

Ditmas Park/Midwood sees asking prices rise as inventory falls

February 25th, 2011, No Comments

Median asking prices for homes in Ditmas Park/Midwood (11230) continued to rise this week, hitting 985k. Inventory continued its fall, losing 7% since the beginning of the year.

Park Slope price reductions

February 23rd, 2011, No Comments

The percentage of houses on the market with price reductions in Park Slope increased to 30% this week, while the average price reduction fell to 10%

Coop inventory in Ditmas/Midwood down by 20% since December

February 20th, 2011, No Comments

The number of coops on the market in the Ditmas Park – Midwood zipcode fell by 20% since the December of 2010 and median asking prices fell at the same time.

Park Slope median coop prices sit at 523K as total price reductions fall

February 18th, 2011, No Comments

The median asking price for a Park Slope coop is around 523k this week, while the number of coop listings with price reductions fell slightly.

Days on Market in Fort Greene

February 16th, 2011, No Comments

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Bay Ridge Coop Inventory Falls

February 15th, 2011, No Comments

The number of coops on the market in Bay Ridge has falle n 17% since the beginning of December 2010.

Condo prices in Fort Greene end their slide

February 11th, 2011, No Comments

Condo asking prices in Fort Greene began to trend up for the first time in nearly two months this week.

Real Estate through the years

February 11th, 2011, No Comments

William Hendrickson, a broker at Prudential Douglas Elliman shares his thoughts about how the real estate business has changed over the last twenty years.

Single Family Inventory Low in Sunset Park

February 10th, 2011, No Comments

The inventory of houses for sale in Sunset Park continued to decline this week, presenting an opportunity for sellers.

Spread between new listing prices and absorbed listings grows smaller in Ditmas/Midwood

February 10th, 2011, No Comments

The difference between the price of new listings and the last advertised price of absorbed listings grew smaller this week in Ditmas Park/Midwood.

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