Real Estate Market Reports & Analysis

Your guide to the NYC real estate market

The 50 Most Expensive Streets and Neighborhoods in NYC

New York City is notoriously expensive, and for many people, living here is out of reach. But some parts of the city are truly off-limits for most of us. Take Billionaires’ Row, for example, a nickname given to the area of 57th Street directly south of Central Park. We’ve combed through the data to extract a list of the 50 most expensive streets and neighborhoods in New York City, based on home sales closed so far in 2019.

Thinking of Paying for a Home in Full? Here’s How Long It’d Take to Save Up in the 50 Biggest US Cities

The cost of housing in the biggest cities in the U.S. has reached sky-high levels in recent years, and owning your own home has become an unattainable dream for most people. Home prices in cities like New York City and San Francisco are so high that most of us can’t even afford monthly mortgage payments, let alone purchasing a home with all cash.

Want to Buy a Home But Aren’t Into Insane Mortgage Payments? Consider Moving to These US Cities

The classic American dream of owning your own home seems to be drifting further and further out of reach for most potential homebuyers. Rents and home prices have been steadily - or in some cities, rapidly - rising over the past decades, pushing many Americans out of major U.S. cities. The homebuying dream might, however, still be worth pursuing, just not in the big Millennial cities you would expect.

The 100 Most Expensive NYC Zip Codes of H1 2019

Certain areas of a city can be a lot more desirable to homebuyers than others, and NYC is no exception. When it comes to choosing a place to live, plenty of factors come into play, like the availability of high-paying jobs, transportation options, walkability, good schools, excellent shopping and dining options, safety, low taxes, green spaces, and so on. Prospective homebuyers are willing to pay top dollar to have these aspects covered, and most of the time, they do, especially in NYC.

The 10 Best-Selling NYC Residential Buildings of H1 2019

Luxury apartments keep selling like hotcakes in New York City, and the first half of 2019 was no exception. Prospective homebuyers and real estate brokers were equally busy during the first six months of the year, and sales continued to close, with June seeing a flurry of activity and multiple records being broken in the luxury market as buyers rushed to close before new tax hikes went into effect in July.

Top 20 Homes Sales of Q2 in NYC - Goodbye Amazon, Hello Jeff Bezos!

A few months have passed since Ken Griffin’s jaw-dropping, $240 million purchase of a Midtown Manhattan condo, and the presses have had some time to cool down. A sale of this magnitude is unlikely to occur again, at least for a while, but that doesn’t mean that the NYC sales market is losing its luster. Quite the contrary; multi-million-dollar home sales continue to close every month. We once again combed through the data to round up the 20 most significant home sales of the year’s second quarter. Read on to see the best-selling locations in New York City and which buyers they attracted.

Brooklyn Make Way: Manhattan’s Financial District is NYC’s Millennial Hotbed

Millennials are strong in New York City; almost 3 million strong. And they’ve changed the way the city looks and feels. There’s a coffee shop literally around every corner, every street is buzzing with young adults, there’s no shortage of talent for the thousands of startups popping up every day, and then there's the food-Well, let’s say the flavors of the world have all met here. But where are Millennials living these days?

The Top 20 NYC Residential Sales of Q1 - Priciest US Home Sale Ever Closes on Billionaires’ Row

For most of us, living in a penthouse in Manhattan overlooking Central Park is an impossible dream, something that happens only in movies and fairy tales, not in real life. But for some, it’s not an impossible dream at all, but quite an achievable milestone, or something to check off a bucket list. How else would New York City end up with something called ‘Billionaires’ Row,’ a cluster of supertall residential skyscrapers lining 57th Street next to Central Park?

Home Prices Today vs 20 Years Ago—The American Dream Requires a Six-Figure Salary

The American dream of owning your own home is becoming more and more unrealistic given the state of the U.S. real estate market today. Looking back at what home prices were 20 years ago is a big wake-up call, and it might make you question whether the American dream of homeownership is truly worth pursuing.

Looking Back at How Much Home You Could’ve Bought for $1M in NYC over the Past 14 Years

New York City has been long established as one of the most expensive cities across the globe, especially when it comes to home prices. Nowadays, everyone who is selling a piece of NYC real estate doesn’t think twice when putting an expensive price tag on it, knowing that people will without a doubt pay a hefty premium to live in the The Big Apple.

The Evolution of NYC Luxury Sales: $1M+ Home Sales in Each Borough, a 15 Year Analysis

With year-end reports, that look back at 2018 and compare it to the year that came before, starting to roll in we've decided to make things a little more interesting by taking a look at the evolution of the million dollar sales market across New York City over the past 15 years. We'll highlight how homes priced over $1 million have become the norm in Manhattan, and how this price segment is showing steady growth rates in Brooklyn and Queens.