Archives: 2011 March

Kensington: new listings priced higher

March 29th, 2011, No Comments

The asking price of new listings in Kensington and Ditmas Park has been rising through the month of March, with the median new listing asking $790k as of this week.

Three Reasons To Get A Home Inspection Before You Put Your Home On The Market

March 25th, 2011, No Comments

There are many benefits to a pre-listing home inspection. Most importantly, it allows a seller to discover and repair problems before a buyer brings them up.

Carroll Gardens Median Ask Rises Above 1.8M

March 23rd, 2011, No Comments

The median ask for a house in Carroll Gardens rose to over $1.8M this week, even as it is taking 9 months on the average to sell them

Median Ask in Park Slope Houses? $1.3M

March 18th, 2011, No Comments

Median asking price for houses in Park Slope is just under $1.3M this week, according to Altos Research.

The direct relation between price and how long it takes to sell

March 18th, 2011, No Comments

See how price affects time on market in Fort Greene.

Condo price per square foot ask finds its level in Cobble Hill

March 8th, 2011, No Comments

The average asking price for Cobble Hill condos expressed as price per square foot seems to have stabilized  around $730 this week, down from  $770 last May.  Having hit $730 in the first week of 2011 this number has remained constant since then.   Check out my realtime real estate data  on my Market Statistics […]

Park Slope houses see price/sqft up 4% since January 1

March 2nd, 2011, No Comments

Price per square foot is up 4% since the beginning of the year in Park Slope

Bay Ridge houses average a more than 870k asking price

March 1st, 2011, No Comments

The median asking price of houses on  market in Bay Ridge rose to more than 870k this  week. This increase continued a trend that has occurred since the beginning of December 2010. If you would like to  follow a “live” chart that updates weekly with this information go here. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post […]

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