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Three Cents Worth: Manhattan Sales/Time Continuum Broken in ’09

After releasing the Manhattan Market Overview this week and talking about the “release of pent-up demand from below-trend sales activity in the first half of 2009 as the cause for the surge in sales in the second half of 2009,” I wanted to show how much sales activity was skewed higher in the second half of 2009. As an aside, I wanted to look at whether the credit boom impacted Manhattan seasonal sales patterns (that’s a stretch, I admit)…

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