Brooklyn Real Estate & Apartments For Sale
948 Brooklyn Homes & Apartments For Sale
278 Nassau Avenue, Apt 1A
77 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 5G
850 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 4D
850 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 2D
244 Franklin Avenue, Apt 1A
850 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 1C
131 E 45th Street, Apt HOUSE
425 Hoyt Street, Apt BUILDING
21 North Henry, Apt 2B
26 Goodwin Place, Apt 3A
450 Hart Street, Apt 2A
300 8th Avenue, Apt 5I
659 Degraw Street, Apt 11
850 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 1G
21 North Henry, Apt 3A
77 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 2F
214 N 11th Street, Apt 1T
97 Moore Street, Apt 3B
11 Conselyea Street, Apt 3B
77 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 6A
77 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 1C
77 Clarkson Avenue, Apt 2E
46 South 2nd Street, Apt 3D
260 N 9th Street, Apt 4A
11 Conselyea Street, Apt 1B
26 Goodwin Place, Apt 2B
147 Broadway, Apt 3
1122 Lafayette Avenue, Apt 3-A
80 Winthrop Street, Apt L-4
850 Metropolitan Avenue, Apt 3F
Are Brooklyn real estate prices falling?
Real estate prices in Brooklyn have been relatively stable for much of 2020, increasing by approximately 1.7 percent. The median sales price in Brooklyn in 2020 was $695,000, and prices are expected to increase by as much as 5 to 6 percent in 2021. You can thank low mortgage rates and increased demand for more spacious Brooklyn homes from New Yorkers who are now working remotely due to the covid-19 pandemic.
Is Brooklyn cheaper than Manhattan?
Yes, Brooklyn real estate is significantly cheaper than what you'll find in Manhattan. You can expect to get almost twice as much house for your dollar in Brooklyn than you could in Manhattan. However, there are some neighborhoods in Brooklyn, such as Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights, where real estate prices can rival some parts of Manhattan.
How can I buy a house in Brooklyn?
Buying a house in Brooklyn is a straightforward process that begins with figuring out your budget and desired location. Once you know that, you can start searching Brooklyn homes for sale. If you're planning on buying a house with a mortgage, this is also an excellent time to get pre-approved.
Once you find a Brooklyn home you want to buy, it's time to make an offer, get it accepted, and go into contract. At this point, your real estate attorney will perform due diligence, the property will be appraised and inspected, and you'll close on your mortgage. Finally, you'll close on the property and become a proud new homeowner.
Where should I live in Brooklyn?
There are plenty of great places to live in Brooklyn, and where you should live depends on your budget and what exactly you're looking for. Some of the most desirable and expensive Brooklyn real estate is located in the borough's northwestern part, along the east river waterfront. At the same time, homes for sale in South and East Brooklyn are far more affordable. Meanwhile, neighborhoods like Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, and Bay Ridge are popular landing spots for families looking to buy a house in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Market Reports and Hot Neighborhoods
Explore the most popular neighborhoods in Brooklyn and learn about available inventory and the real estate market in each.