In Q3, 2015, Brooklyn continued to be a seller’s market. Buyer demand outpaced inventory despite the fact that median home sale prices in more than half of Brooklyn neighborhoods are skyrocketing, with the luxury segment in particular thriving.
According to the Corcoran report, last quarter registered 1,271 co-op and condo sales, a 7% decrease compared to Q2, 2015. The median price was $623K.
To see which buildings registered the highest median PPSF, take a look at our Brooklyn Sales Map:
The bigger the size of the circles on the map, the more units were sold in each building. For more details about the units sold, click on a property of interest and a mini-report will be be displayed. It will provide you with important property information, including sale price and price per square foot, number of units sold in the building, as well as lot and unit size.