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  • New York City Quarterly Housing Update 2010: 3rd Quarter

    In an analysis of third quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales declined between the second to third quarter of 2010, but the foreclosure crisis appears to be slowing citywide. The Quarterly Housing Update, which uses six key indicators of housing market performance from a variety of data sources, is the only New York City housing report to incorporate sales data, development indicators, and foreclosures. It also presents a repeat sales index for each borough to capture price appreciation while controlling for housing quality.

  • New York City Quarterly Housing Update 2010: 4th Quarter

    In an analysis of fourth quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home prices outside of Manhattan are still in decline, but foreclosures are down citywide. The Quarterly Housing Update, which uses six key indicators of housing market performance from a variety of data sources, is the only New York City housing report to incorporate sales data, development indicators, and foreclosures. It also presents a repeat sales index for each borough to capture price appreciation while controlling for housing quality.

  • New York City Quarterly Housing Update 2011: 2nd Quarter

    In an analysis of second quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales volume declined 20 percent from the first to the second quarter of 2011, although home prices citywide held steady. The report also finds that new construction is slowly starting to return with 1,556 units authorized by new residential building permits between January and June 2010, compared with 1,703 units authorized in all of 2010.

  • New York Quarterly Housing Update 2011: 1st Quarter

    In an analysis of first quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that housing prices declined between the last quarter of 2010 and the first quarter of 2011 in every borough except Queens, where prices remained essentially flat. The volume of home sales continued to decline in every borough compared to the previous year. The Quarterly Housing Update is unique among New York City housing reports because it incorporates sales data, new construction indicators, and foreclosures. It also presents a repeat sales index for each borough to capture price appreciation while controlling for housing quality.

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2011: 3rd Quarter

    In an analysis of third quarter housing indicators, The Furman Center finds that home sales volume remained low in the third quarter of 2011, with the number of properties sold citywide four percent lower than the number sold in the third quarter of 2010. Property values are also lagging in most of the city. Manhattan is the only borough where properties have appreciated in price over the last year. The Quarterly Housing Update is unique among New York City housing reports because it incorporates sales data, residential development indicators, and foreclosures. It also presents a repeat sales index for each borough to capture price appreciation while controlling for housing quality.

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2011: 4th Quarter

    In an analysis of fourth quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales volume continued to decline in the fourth quarter of 2011, with the number of transactions citywide down 15 percent from the previous quarter and 11 percent from the fourth quarter of 2010. Foreclosure starts were down in most of the city, with 33 percent fewer foreclosure notices issued in the fourth quarter of 2011 compared to the same quarter in 2010. Manhattan was the only borough where the number of foreclosure starts increased, although the number of notices issued in Manhattan still remained well below the numbers issued in any of the other boroughs.

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2012: 1st Quarter

    In an analysis of first quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales volume rose in the first quarter of 2012, with the number of transactions citywide up almost five percent. Housing prices throughout the city are up 3.5 percent compared to the same quarter last year. The report also finds that the number of foreclosure notices issued in Q1 2012 has fallen citywide since its peak in the third quarter of 2009. However, foreclosure notices in Queens and Staten Island increased by more than 20 percent from the fourth quarter of 2011

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2012: 2nd Quarter

    In an analysis of second quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales volume increased in the third quarter of 2012, with the number of transactions citywide up by 16.4 percent. Housing prices throughout the city are up 2.7 percent compared to the same quarter last year. There were 243 new units authorized by building permits in the second quarter of 2012, 386 fewer than the previous quarter and 1,159 fewer than the same quarter of 2011. The report also finds that the number of foreclosure notices issued in Q2 2012 has increased 34.9 percent citywide since the first quarter of 2012, with the highest increase seen in Queens with 41 percent.

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2012: 3rd Quarter

    In an analysis of third quarter housing indicators, the Furman Center finds that home sales volume remained relatively stagnant in the third quarter of 2012, with the number of transactions citywide down by 0.1 percent. Housing prices throughout the city are up 4.4 percent compared to the same quarter last year. The report also finds that the number of foreclosure notices issued in Q3 2012 has increased 14.5 percent citywide since the third quarter of 2011, with a 40.9 percent increase in Queens.

  • Quarterly Housing Update 2012: 4th Quarter

    Home prices in New York rose in the last quarter of 2012, according to the Furman Center’s New York City 2012 Quarterly Housing Update: 4th Quarter. Increase in prices was seen in all boroughs except Manhattan, with the Bronx showing the largest increase over the previous quarter, with prices up 8.1 percent. The Bronx also led the city with the most building permits authorized and the greatest increase in sales volume.

    • Date: April 2013
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