Weekly Roundup: New Yorkers see little change in 2012, a slugger scores, new-home sales slip

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Bank moratorium leads to sharp drop in foreclosures citywide, swooning to lowest number in last seven years

Apartment values increase 3.6 percent in five boroughs, including rental buildings

Map shows younger singles looking for a mate or date where to live

With growing pessimism, surveyed New Yorkers expect real estate market to remain virtually unchanged over the year

Plethora of studios and one-bedrooms forces price cutting from Murray Hill to the Upper East Side

Report shows that things are not quite so sunny in paradise

Millionaire hoopster takes 58 percent loss on sale of North Bergen condo

Slugger scores with Rushmore flip

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Weekly Roundup: Rates up in seasonal market

Important housekeeping announcement:  There will be reduced frequency in August until after Labor Day, but you can look forward until then to Out and About, some typically critical posts taken on The High Road, perspectives on sellers and buyers, and other information meant to be both illuminating and, occasionally, even entertaining.  This regular Friday feature will return on September 9, when it will be combined with The Big Apple.

Pending home sales rise for second consecutive month

Sales of new homes continue to move sideways in June

By Case-Shiller’s gauge, May home prices increase normally with seasonality

Economists reflect on the numbers

The Fed see little change in U.S. housing market

Following Treasury yields, rates climb 0.8 points and exceed a year earlier

Self-employed Continue reading

Weekly Roundup: Resales off from 2011. . . More!

Here’s your chance to catch up with news included to inform, enlighten and perhaps even entertain you. To read about The Big Apple, check out the other of today’s posts and look for Out and About early next week.

There’s no tin roof on this newly listed Bel-Air estate

Former NYC City Council speaker buys $3 million apartment out of his old district

Cartoonist’s East Side lair sells for $531 million

Actor finally unloads his $5 million condo in Tribeca

She’s leaving Manhattan for homes in three other areas, but Texas is out

April resales ease from March, plunge Continue reading

The Big Apple: Prices double over 10 years. More!

10-YEAR REPORT DEMONSTRATES REBOUNDING MARKET FROM 2009 TO 2010

The 2010 Manhattan real estate market shows marked improvement from the doldrums of 2009, with prices twice as high as a decade ago, according to 10-year apartment and townhouse market reports.

The median sales price of Manhattan co-ops and condominiums in 2010 was Continue reading

Weekly Roundup: Some predictions now more hopeful

Here’s your chance to catch up with news included to inform, enlighten and perhaps even entertain you. To read about The Big Apple, check out the other of today’s posts and look for Out and About early next week.

SHE AND MUSICIAN HUSBAND BUY $9.6 MILLION APARTMENT IN LE GARAGE BLEU

MARKET FOR VACATION HOMES IS ON THE RISE

PRICES DIP 1.6 PERCENT IN NOVEMBER

APPETITE FOR RENTALS SEEMS TO BE GROWING

FED SAYS HIGH LEVELS OF EXISTING-HOME SUPPLY CONTINUE TO DAMPEN NEW-HOME CONSTRUCTION

RATES SLIP FOR Continue reading