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2 Family House 6BD 2BTH * 3BD 1.5 BTH $2200 - Wakefield - Granite Countertops/ Stainless Steel Appliances/ Dishwasher
% OF HOMES 18.4% 81.6% 6.8%
Owners Renters Vacant
Age of Homes
% OF HOMES 6.5% 15.2% 38.9% 39.4%
2000 or Newer 1970 - 1999 1940 - 1969 1939 or Older
% OF HOMES 5.6% 4.6% 18.5% 71.0% 0.2% 0.1%
Single-Family Townhomes Small Apt. Buildings Apt. Comp Mobile
% OF HOMES 6.6% 33.3% 33.7% 21.4% 3.5% 1.5%
BEDROOMS No BD 1 BD 2 BD 3 BD 4 BD 5 or more BD
Bronx Home Price Trends:
Bronx market trends indicate an increase of $49,285 (14%) in median home sales over the past year. The average price per square foot for this same period rose to $288, up from $259.
1/2018 12/2017 11/2017 10/2017 9/2017
Total Listings 477 509 553 587 599
Average Price $455,838 $471,303 $471,206 $460,808 $454,001
Avg Price Change -3.39% +0.02% +2.26% +1.50% -0.99%
Median Price $341,519 $349,564 $354,900 $344,733 $344,450
Med Price Change -2.36% -1.53% +2.95% +0.08% -3.31%
Avg Bedrooms 2 beds 2 beds 2 beds 2 beds 2 beds
Avg Bathrooms 1.79 baths 1.82 baths 1.83 baths 1.8 baths 1.78 baths
NYC FORMER HIGHLIGHTS….
Bronx Borough President Rubén Díaz Jr. on managing gentrification in the Bronx (12/2017) https://ny.curbed.com/2017/12/27/16821946/nyc-real-estate-architecture-experts-2017-in-review
“This year, we were able to pass ‘Right to Counsel’ legislation that will guarantee tenants access to an attorney in housing court. This will help level the playing field and prevent eviction and displacement.”
Manhattan Total Listings (12/2017)
December sales activity declined to its lowest level since 2012, with condo activity dropping 24%, and co-op activity dropping 8%. Changes in pricing metrics, however, were mixed. Condo average and median price grew, while co-op median price increased slightly, and average price dropped 24%. Listed inventory continued the trend of annual increases, as both condos and co-ops saw annual gains. Days on market increased across both product types over the last year, but gains were much higher amongst condos, at 30%. Negotiability remained almost the same for co-ops. Condos, however, saw a larger difference from last ask to sale, as average discount from last ask reached 3.3% this month, as compared to 2.5% last year.
Brooklyn and Queens markets slow down, but prices remain near record highs (12/2017)
As prices continue to remain near record highs in Brooklyn and Queens, the fourth quarter brought a pronounced slowdown in sales in the two boroughs.