Posts filed under “Real Estate”

Selling A NYC Apartment

This is a pretty awesome graphic:

 

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selling apt

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Category: Real Estate

Houses Keep Getting Bigger

I am having lunch today with Jonathan Miller of Miller Samuel, and that means the latest (and some of the craziest) NYC real estate updates. In honor of this meal, have a look at the long term trend in home sizes in the US:   Source: Treehugger

Category: Consumer Spending, Real Estate

The tallest buildings of the last 15 years

Source: Know More

Category: Digital Media, Economy, Real Estate

Tallest Chart in the History of Manhattan Real Estate

From Miller Samuel: With the closing and recording of the record $100.47 million penthouse sale at One57, I thought it was time to dust-off the tall chart I created in 2012 when the prior record price of $88M at 15 Central Park West was set. This week I ended up writing a piece about tall…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Real Estate

My Forecast Free Wish List for 2015

U.S. markets have declined in the new year. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. When markets go straight up without pause and sentiment becomes excessive, it rarely ends well. A little dose of fear might be a good thing. Which brings me to today’s listicle. These aren’t forecasts, but events I’d like to see happen….Read More

Category: Energy, Markets, Real Estate

 

Category: Real Estate, Think Tank

Livability Index: Best Cities For Young People

click for giant interactive Source: Vocativ

Category: Digital Media, Economy, Food and Drink, Music, Real Estate

MiB: Jonathan Miller

In the latest “Masters in Business” podcast, I speak with Jonathan Miller, a Bloomberg View contributor and co-founder of Miller Samuel. He blogs at Miller Matrix. Miller is an expert on real estate appraisals and transactions, and runs one of the larger appraisal firms. He has created a variety of real estate data analytics for various regions as…Read More

Category: Podcast, Real Estate

Debt, Jobs, or Housing: What’s Keeping Millennials at Home?

Category: Employment, Real Estate, Think Tank

Closer View of the Housing Boom

Click to see the animated changes to the map. Source: Urban Institute

Category: Digital Media, Real Estate, Web/Tech