Category Archives: Local Housing Data

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Current Market Conditions: July 2015

In July 2015, as compared to July 2014, Unit Sales* rose 9.8% in Connecticut, 12.6% in New York**, 24.7% in Manhattan, 21.9% in Brooklyn, 8.7% in Rhode Island, 17.4% in Vermont and 10.8% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Sales Price rose 5.5% in Massachusetts and 4.4% in Maine.

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Current Market Conditions: June 2015

In June 2015, as compared to June 2014, Unit Sales* rose 7.7% in Connecticut, 10.2% in New York**, 27.6% in Manhattan, 25.0% in Brooklyn, 7.5% in Rhode Island, 16.4% in Vermont and 7.8% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Sales Price rose 1.2% in Massachusetts and 5.8% in Maine.

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August 3, 2015

Current Market Conditions: May 2015

In May 2015, as compared to May 2014, Unit Sales* rose 5.8% in Connecticut, 10.8% in New York**, 25.1% in Manhattan, 16.3% in Brooklyn, 4.6% in Rhode Island, 14.6% in Vermont and 5.8% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Sales Price rose 2.1% in Massachusetts and 4.2% in Maine.

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July 10, 2015

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Current Market Conditions: March 2015

In March 2015, as compared to March 2014, Unit Sales* rose 3.9% in Connecticut, 0.6% in New York**, 19.7% in Manhattan, 9.2% in Brooklyn, 5.2% in Rhode Island, 11.9% in Vermont and 4.5% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Sales Price rose 4.9% in Massachusetts and Sales to List Price Ratio rose 1.8% in Maine.

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May 1, 2015

Current Market Conditions: February 2015

In February 2015, as compared to February 2014, Unit Sales* rose 0.4% in Connecticut, 1.5% in New York**, 21.5% in Manhattan, 7.4% in Rhode Island, 5.5% in Vermont, 2.2% in New Hampshire and 8.5% in Maine. Meanwhile, Average Sales Price increased 32.2% in Brooklyn and 6.8% in Massachusetts.

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April 6, 2015

Current Market Conditions: December 2014

In December 2014, as compared to December 2013, Unit Sales* rose across the Northeast. Unit Sales rose 0.7% in New York**, 5.1% in Manhattan, 21.8% in Brooklyn, 1.9% in Vermont, 0.7% in New Hampshire and 8.7% in Maine. Average Sales Price was also on the rise, with prices rising 0.3% in Connecticut, 5.6% in Massachusetts and 5.6% in Rhode Island.

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January 26, 2015

Current Market Conditions: November 2014

In November 2014, as compared to November 2013, Average Sales Price* continued to rise across the Northeast. Prices rose 1.3% in Connecticut, 20.5% in Manhattan, 14.2% in Brooklyn, 5.7% in Massachusetts, 6.8% in Westchester County, New York, 5.3% in Rhode Island and 5.2% in New Hampshire.  Additionally, the state of Vermont saw a 7.4% increase in New Listings, year-over-year, while Maine saw a 7.0% increase in Unit Sales.

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December 29, 2014

Current Market Conditions: October 2014

In October 2014, as compared to October 2013, Average Sales Price* continued to rise across the Northeast. Prices rose 1.3% in Connecticut, 20.7% in Manhattan, 12.9% in Brooklyn, 5.4% in Massachusetts, 6.9% in Westchester County, New York, 6.0% in Rhode Island and 5.4% in New Hampshire. Additionally, the state of Vermont saw an 8.0% increase in New Listings, year-over-year, while Maine saw a 10% increase in Unit Sales.

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November 26, 2014

Current Market Conditions: June 2014

Average Sales Prices* continued to increase in most markets across the Northeast through the end of June 2014, as compared to the same period last year. Months of Supply also fell, which added to continually increasing average sales prices. Notably, prices rose 9.8 percent in Rhode Island, 7.4 percent in Massachusetts, 7.1 percent in Westchester County, New York and 5.4 percent in Connecticut.

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July 10, 2014

Current Market Conditions: May 2014

Average Sale Prices* continued to rise across the Northeast through the end of May 2014, as compared to the same period last year. Pent-up buyer demand remains as eager buyers are willing to spend more when they find that perfect home.  Months of Supply fell, adding to the rise in average sale prices.  Although Unit Sales continue to decrease, an expected rise in buyer and seller confidence will cause sales to rebound.

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June 16, 2014