Market in Minutes, New York Prime Residential Markets
Commissioned specifically by Stribling, the "New York Market in Minutes" is a new Savills Report on the New York market. Stribling's data team worked hand in hand with Savills' researchers to produce this report, which is purposely not one of the ubiquitous “quarterly analyses”, but rather a more global approach with some very interesting observations.
12 CITIES REPORT
Savills Residential Research is a dedicated team with an unrivaled reputation for producing well-informed and accurate analyses, forecasts, and commentary on all sectors of the global housing market. Its experts advise political parties, government forums, and businesses. Savills also offers a range of bespoke solutions to clients looking to invest in new housing opportunities or maximize existing property assets.
STATE OF THE MARKET REPORT
Twice a year, we release a State of the Market report, which provides an assessment of the New York real estate market and identifies emerging trends, neighborhoods, and more. This report is compiled by Stribling president Elizabeth Stribling in an easy-to-read Q&A format. It aims to demystify the current market trends, look at how technology and social media are impacting the industry, offer realistic rationales on pricing and value, compare year-to-year trends and, most important, offer insight on the coming challenges and opportunities.
Stribling State of the Market reports serve as invaluable tools for both our brokerage team and the clients we serve.
STRIBLING LUXURY RESIDENTIAL REPORT
The unique nature and limited number of properties in the $5 million-plus category dictate a different approach from the statistic-ridden reports typically written about the overall residential market. In this Stribling report, we analyze our highly refined database, including purely private sales, and convey the information in clear language that is easy to understand. But a buyer or seller must beware of relying on reported statistics, except as a very broad guideline. While many of the numbers are statistically significant, the singular quality of most luxury properties means they cannot and should not be treated only as commodities.