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Three Cents Worth: Manhattan for the Converted Carpenter

It’s long overdue: This week I decided to look at Manhattan through the eyes of European buyers (i.e., Irish carpenters) who were buying property in droves a few years ago. Interestingly, the point where the Euro jumped was right about the time that mortgage underwriting standards evaporated (not suggesting foreign buyers were getting mortgages, just interesting timing). After completing this chart, I should have excluded co-ops, but I think the point has been made. It hits the nail on the head so to speak (sorry!)…

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