It’s time to share my Three Cents Worth on Curbed, at the intersection of neighborhood and real estate.
Admittedly, I forgot to link out to my 3CW post last week, so I am playing catchup, plus Joey gave me the week off.
This week I took a look at the quarterly percent change in average sales price adjusted for inflation for each borough, as compared to the same period in the prior year. I am starting to track and build the historical data for the outer boroughs, but no plans for a formal report at the moment. I don’t have the historical median sales price, price-per-square-foot and new development/re-sale breakout for the outer boroughs completed yet, so I went with average sales price (yes, I know). The data set is comprised of co-ops, condos and one- to three-family properties in each borough…
Check out previous Three Cents Worth posts.