Market Report Innovations

  • First to analyze the entire borough of Manhattan
  • First to track Manhattan co-ops by price per square foot
  • First to analyze Manhattan square footage of all sales
  • First to analyze the Manhattan market by median sales price
  • First to break out the Manhattan market by bedrooms (Studio, 1, 2, 3, 4+)
  • First to analyze Manhattan market-wide apartment inventory
  • First provide a 10-year analysis on Manhattan co-op/condo market
  • First provide a 10-year analysis on Manhattan townhouse market
  • First to analyze Manhattan days on market
  • First to drop Manhattan price per room as an obsolete market indicator
  • First to break out Manhattan sales by specific neighborhoods
  • First to analyze the Manhattan uptown co-op and condo market
  • First to analyze the Manhattan co-op and condo market by zip code
  • First to analyze Manhattan new development and re-sale trends
  • First to break out the Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens & East End markets by quintiles
  • First to analyze the entire borough of Brooklyn
  • First to analyze the entire borough of Queens
  • First to analyze Brooklyn new development trends
  • First to analyze Queens new development trends
  • First to analyze Long Island by region (ie, North Shore, South Shore, etc.)
  • First to provide a 10-year analysis on The Hamptons/North Fork market
  • First to provide quarterly report on the Manhattan rental market
  • First to analyze the Manhattan rental market by rental price per square foot, number of rentals, days on market, listing discount, listing inventory
  • First to analyze sales absorption in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island, Hamptons/North Fork, Westchester/Putnam, Miami, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach
  • First to create and present a Manhattan pending price and sales index
  • First to analyze Westchester housing market by regions
  • First to analyze Miami Coastal Communities by distressed and non-distressed sales
  • First to independently analyze Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Miami on a quarterly basis.
  • First to analyze Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, New York City, Long Island, Hamptons/North Fork and Westchester/Putnam with year-to-date metrics.
  • First to independently analyze Los Angeles areas of West Side and Downtown as well as surrounding areas on a quarterly basis.
  • First to independently analyze Aspen and Snowmass Village separately on a quarterly basis.
  • First to independently analyze Fairfield County, CT and the Greenwich submarket on a quarterly basis.

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