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April2014-Manhattan-Brooklyn-Rentals

Source: Miler Matrix

 

 

Okay, that ought to be enough real estate for a while . . .

Category: Digital Media, Real Estate

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2 Responses to “Manhattan and Brooklyn Rents Continue to Rise”

  1. Kevin P. says:

    From the PDF of the full report:

    “Note: The Brooklyn rental market analysis is comprised of transactions in the north and northwest regions of the borough.”

    I wonder if the infographic misleads some people into thinking the median rent in Brooklyn as a whole is higher than it really is.

  2. Moopheus says:

    Misleading data from a realtor? That could never happen.