Here’s couple of media spots I did recently. The first is part of a series of podcasts that The Real Deal does with various leaders within New York real estate industry. They are the first to use this medium in New York and its a great way to distribute information. The other is an interview I had with PBS on understanding value in housing. This one is more national in relevance.
[I know, I know, I am just an appraiser and this is shameless self-promotion.]
Here’s the 2nd and latest podcast with The Real Deal. Its a different format, more of a casual recap of the quarter instead of an interview. I hope to provide these every quarter if there is enough interest in them.
The fourth quarter Manhattan housing market report from appraisal firm Miller Samuel showed a drop-off in sales activity of 21.2 percent and a slight rise in the average number of days properties are staying on the market. At the same time, both the average and the median sales prices for a Manhattan apartment increased – and the borough’s average sales price per square foot set a record.
So, what exactly is going on in the housing market? Miller Samuel CEO and president Jonathan Miller, in a special podcast for The Real Deal, breaks down his firm’s heavily watched report.
The conversation with Miller is part of The Real Deal’s regular podcast series. To listen to the entire interview, click one of the links below.
Here’s the segment I did for American Media/ PBS on what to consider when buying a house. You need windows media player to watch it.