Manhattan Condo Historical Price Trend

Posted by Wei Min Tan on January 3, 2019

Manhattan Condo Historical Price Trend

Manhattan property (condo) investment performance.  Using data published by Miller Samuel and the Elliman Report, below are graphs for Manhattan residential condominiums for price per square foot, median price and sales volume.

 

 

Manhattan condo average price per square foot:  Graph  above shows historical appreciation trend of Manhattan residential condominiums in terms of average price per square foot.  In 1999, the average price per square foot was $480.  Prices increased through 2008, then declined in 2009 and 2010 because of the U.S. recession.  From 2008 to 2010, the decline was about 15 percent, when rest of the country went down by 35 percent.

After the recovery, price continued increasing until 2017.  Then in 2018, prices flattened and had a correction because of changes in tax law, global trade wars and increasing interest rates.

 

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Manhattan condo median price:
Graph shows the historical median price of a Manhattan residential condo increasing from $425,000 in 1999 to $1.7 million in 2017, declining to $1.479 million in Q4’2018.

 

 

Manhattan condo number of transactions:
Graph above shows the trend for number of transactions per year, from 1999 to 2018. The peak was 7,000 transactions in 2007, the height of the market.

 

Wei Min Tan is a Manhattan, New York property broker focusing on global investors.  He has been interviewed by CNBC, CNN, New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on the subject of investing in Manhattan property.  Wei Min can be reached at tan@castle-avenue.com

 

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Wei Min Tan is a property broker focusing on Manhattan, New York luxury condominiums and foreign buyers. He is often interviewed by the media including CNN, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on the subject of foreign buyers of Manhattan property.