In March 2016, as compared to March 2015, Unit Sales* rose 18.3% in Connecticut, 20.9% in New York**, 9.3% in Manhattan, 17.5% in Brooklyn, 14.6% in Rhode Island, 13.7% in Vermont and 21.6% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Sales to List Price rose 0.6% in Massachusetts and 1.1% in Maine.
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.
May 1, 2015
In January 2015, as compared to January 2014, Months of Supply* rose 8.2% in Connecticut and 2.1% in New York**. Unit Sales jumped 4.7% in Manhattan, 3.1% in Rhode Island, 5.9% in Vermont and 5.0% in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Average Sales Price increased 35.2% in Brooklyn and 4.6% in Massachusetts, while Sales to List Price Ratio increased 2.3% in Maine.
March 2, 2015
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.
January 26, 2015
Each month listings on Raveis.com get thousands of views. These are the best of the best in each state. From a timeless estate in Greenwich, Connecticut to a lovingly maintained ranch in Danville, Vermont, these homes garnered the most views this month. Which is your favorite?
December 5, 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.
November 26, 2014
Buying a home in New York City is a complex process—however, if you work with the right real estate broker, they’ll be able to walk you through each step. One of the main points to understand for real estate in New York City is the difference between a cooperative and a condominium. They are two completely different types of homes with unique purchase processes.
July 16, 2014