[Three Cents Worth #249 Miami] The Miami Housing Trend Breakdown

October 28, 2013 | 7:56 pm | curbed | Charts |

It’s time to share my Three Cents Worth (3CW) on Curbed Miami, at the intersection of neighborhood and real estate in the Magic City. And I’m simply here to observe.

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Miami has become a market with a lot of moving parts so it’s best not to throw all the data into one bucket and call it a day. Last week Douglas Elliman released the 4 South Florida market reports I author for them including Miami and this week’s charts were taken from data compiled in the report. I presented a bunch of metrics in the single family and condo market broken out by the distressed and non-distressed markets. Distressed property are defined here as short sales and foreclosures…

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[Three Cents Worth #248 NY] Manhattan’s Labor Day Listing Bottom

October 4, 2013 | 10:20 am | curbed | Charts |

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Over the past five years (and for the 13+ years I’ve collected Manhattan listing inventory), supply bottoms in August and begins a short ascent in the fall. I took a look at the two-week period before and after the Labor Day bottom over the past five years…

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[Three Cents Worth #247 NY] Manhattan Unit Sizes No Small Change

September 20, 2013 | 3:52 pm | curbed | Charts |

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After last week’s rental market report release, I thought I’d take a look at the average size of a sale and a rental over the past 20 years. Sales (blue line) represent co-ops and condos that closed during each period. Rentals (pink line) represent rentals that closed during each period…

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[Three Cents Worth #246 NY] Considering Manhattan as a Boom Town

September 11, 2013 | 1:47 pm | curbed | Charts |

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I thought I’d present some metrics across all all five boroughs to show a little context to Manhattan. This chart trifecta shows market dollar volume, change in sales and change in prices by borough since 2004…

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[Three Cents Worth #245 NY] Manhattan Puts Best (Square) Foot Forward

September 3, 2013 | 5:22 pm | curbed | Charts |

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After a long weekend and a suggestion from a friend, I thought I’d take a different look at how we got here by measuring the total square footage sold as a market metric. It reveals a somewhat different post-Lehman perspective than would be derived from price. The blue columns represent the total square footage closed during each period that were available immediately following the period. The pink horizontal lines represent average square footage sold per period and were described with a key market attribute during that period…

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[Three Cents Worth NY #244] Manhattan’s Middle Market Shows Life

August 20, 2013 | 3:11 pm | curbed | Charts |

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This week I thought I’d take a look at the breakdown of sales by price in the most recently completed quarter. Last year I was using a donut analogy to describe the Manhattan apartment market—weak in middle and strong on the outside (bottom/top). I wanted to illustrate how the mix in 2013 could be showing signs of change rather than continuing to see a disproportionate amount of activity on the margins. For reference I provided an inset in the form of a pie (sorry) chart to show a simple breakdown of the market in the second quarter of 2013…

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[Three Cents Worth Miami #243] Midyear Snapshot On Improving Magic City Housing Market

August 15, 2013 | 4:11 pm | curbed | Charts |

It’s time to share my Three Cents Worth (3CW) on Curbed Miami, at the intersection of neighborhood and real estate in the Magic City. And I’m simply here to take measurements.

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This week I thought I’d give a quick look at the last 18 months – the period where Miami transitioned its US image from poster child for distressed real estate back to a luxury real estate location. If these are thrown into one bucket, the drop in lower priced distressed activity unreasonable skews the overall market higher so I thought it would be good to break out the market like we do in the market reports we prepare for Douglas Elliman…

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[Three Cents Worth Hamptons #242] Now About That $5M+ Hamptons Market…

August 14, 2013 | 3:05 pm | curbed | Charts |

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This week, I thought I’d show how the other half (the top 4.9%) live—well, actually, how they react to large external events like economic collapse and repeated fiscal cliff drama. We seem to be having these significant events on a 2-year cycle now, at least for the past 6 years. The end of the year seems to be where a lot of the drama occurs..

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[Three Cents Worth NY #241] Brooklyn Prices Closing Gap With Manhattan

August 14, 2013 | 2:48 pm | curbed | Charts |

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After last week’s release of our rental report for Manhattan and Brooklyn and with all the talk about the gap between the boroughs closing, I thought I’d revisit the topic and add the sales market to the rental mix…

As an added bonuses, notice all the troll commentary in this post. I’m noticing there is more of this as the market rises.

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[Three Cents Worth NY #240] Manhattan Market Tighter for Rest of Us

August 8, 2013 | 12:09 pm | curbed | Charts |

It’s time to share my Three Cents Worth (3CW) on Curbed NY, at the intersection of neighborhood and real estate in the capital of the world…and I’m here to take measurements.

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Back from a too-short vacation and thought I’d veer away from luxury marketspeak and focus on “non-luxury”—that little 90 percent of the market that doesn’t get enough attention. Today there’s a story out on the Manhattan “non-luxury” market using the data in these charts. It basically shows that when you remove the top 10 percent of the market from the housing data, pace of absorption and collapse of inventory is much more severe than when presented together…

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