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3Q18 Manhattan Corcoran Report

Third Quarter market activity diminished as buyers took a “wait-and-see” attitude: Manhattan market-wide closed sales and signed contracts declined compared to a year ago as buyers remained cautious with lingering concerns over tax implications and the belief that prices would continue to decrease.   Market-wide closed sales decreased 10% and contracts signed decreased 12%...

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The Corcoran Report Q2 2018

Manhattan’s Q2 saw some decline compared to last year’s however, multiple increases were seen quarter over quarter. Key findings: Manhattan market activity cooled in Second Quarter 2018, noting fewer closed sales, more inventory, and steadying prices. At the moment, prospective buyers have a lot to consider, including renewed financial market volatility, the still-fresh implications...