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[Manhattan Absorption] April 2013 – The Bottom 90% is Brisk
Posted By Jonathan Miller On May 12, 2013 @ 12:59 pm In Analysis & Research,Charts, Maps, Images, Infographics,Manhattan | Comments Disabled
Absorption defined for the purposes of this chart is: Number of months to sell all listing inventory at the annual pace of sales activity. (The definition of absorption in my market report series  reflects the quarterly pace – nearly the same)
I started this analysis in August 2009 so I am able to show side-by side year-over-year comparisons. The blue line showing the 10-year quarterly average travels up and down because of the change in scale caused by some of the significant volatility seen at the upper end of the market. The pink line represents the overall average rate of the most recently completed month.
Side by side Manhattan regional comparison:
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The market pace continues to be brisk below the $3M level (incidentally that accounts for 90% of the market).
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