Newsletter Archive

  • Riverside Drive – West End Avenue Newsletter
    The Riverside Drive - West End Avenue neighborhood above 70th Street is a special and quiet residential Upper West Side area, unique in its beauty and desirability within a block of Riverside Park yet close to all conveniences and transportation. The real estate market here is also unique and therefore merits its own analysis which we provide in this newsletter. RSD-WEA-2023-Newsletter
  • Spring 2023 Newsletter
    The spring season is historically the most active time of year in the Manhattan real estate market. This spring newsletter provides an overview of last year’s ups and downs in the market and what we might expect this year. Deanna also provides advice for both buyers and sellers in the current market. Spring-Newsletter-2023
  • Downtown Newsletter Fall 2022
    The real estate market downtown warrants its own detailed analysis as it makes up consistently 30% of sales in Manhattan. We also provide an overview of the Manhattan market, particularly the 3rd Quarter, as well as Deanna’s advice to both buyers and sellers who are navigating the current market in any neighborhood. Downtown-Newsletter-2022
  • Fall 2022 Newsletter
    It has been quite a roller coaster ride in the Manhattan residential real estate market throughout 2022. The year began with hope of another banner year after last year’s record sales volume which was triggered by low interest rates, lower prices, pent-up post-pandemic demand, and the strength in the economy. Sales volume began to dip in April due to a combination of factors, most notably rising interest rates. Nevertheless, sales are still happening. Get the full report in our Fall 2022 Newsletter.
  • Riverside Drive – West End Avenue Newsletter Summer 2022
    The Riverside Drive - West End Avenue corridor above 70th Street is a much beloved Upper West Side neighborhood, unique in its beauty and desirability, thus warranting its own market analysis in this special newsletter. Our analysis begins with an overview of the Manhattan market as a whole and then we provide a detailed analysis of sales activity in the Riverside – West End area. You will see how the sales trends both align and differ and understand real time contract activity, sales of every size and price point over the last 6 months and a review of the luxury market over $4M. RSD-WEA Summer 2022
  • Park Avenue Newsletter Spring 2022
    Park Avenue between 60th and 96th Streets is considered one of the most prominent avenues in the city, not only by New Yorkers but across the globe. Because the beloved boulevard is primarily lined with residential buildings on both sides of the street and is unique in its desirability and prestige, the real estate market on Park Avenue warrants its own analysis which we provide in this special newsletter. Park Avenue Newsletter Spring 2022
  • Upper West Side Townhouse Report
    Townhouse sales volume is always much lower than condo/co-op sales volume, largely due to limited inventory. In addition, townhouses tend to sit on the market for a longer period than the average apartment with comparable space. That said, last year was a record year for the Manhattan townhouse market which saw the highest number of closings in six years: a total of 221 closings! In comparison, there were 131 closings in 2020, the lowest number in a decade and 166 closings in 2019. Read more in our Upper West Side Spring 2022 Townhouse Report
  • Central Park West Newsletter Spring 2022
    This Central Park West newsletter provides an overview of the Manhattan market last year as well as the first two months of 2022, as well as in-depth analysis of the market on the one of the city’s most beloved boulevards, Central Park West. Deanna provides a snapshot of the past 6 months, what is selling and why, and her expert analysis and advice on proper pricing, preparing to sell and what to expect this spring. CPW Spring 2022
  • Spring 2022 Newsletter
    Spring 2022 Newsletter
      The Manhattan real estate market in 2021 will be remembered as an exceptionally strong market with enormous sales volume. This happened on the heels of one of the worst years due to the pandemic, which precipitated a drop of 30% in overall sales volume from the previous year. Consumer confidence, pent-up demand, low prices, and low interest rates drove demand to historic highs in 2021 across most market segments. In short, New York City real estate has made a tremendous rebound in 2021. Read more in our Spring 2022 Newsletter
  • Fall 2021 Newsletter
    This newsletter will provide an overview of the first half of 2021 and what we might expect to happen as we enter the fall months. The fall market typically begins slowly as people settle in after summer vacations and children return to school. But this year could be different as traditional seasonality has been upended over the past year-and-a-half and demand has been so strong. The only possible hitch may be related to the Delta or other variant and its potential impact on city life. Read full newsletter to find out what to expect this fall and how pricing and activity compare to pre-Pandemic years. Read more in the Fall-Newsletter-2021

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