Nobody likes stale peanuts, pastry or bread (except perhaps cooks preparing croutons or turkey stuffing).
Nobody is a fan of stale listings either. (You knew I was headed there, I’m sure.)
Unfortunately, those buyers seeking a tempting apartment that has been newly offered on the Upper West Side will encounter, instead, a collection of co-ops and condos turning grey and grubby with age.
Employing statistics from the OLR (Online Residential) database — which many brokers use, including me — I arbitrarily checked time on the market of listings offered at prices between $450,000 and $1 million. Continue reading