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Bronx Leads the Boroughs in Resi Price Gains

The Bronx led the boroughs for residential price gains in the fourth quarter of 2018, with a 12% year-over-year increase, the Real Estate Board of New York reported. Accordingly, the value of completed home sales in the Bronx increased by 7% Y-O-Y, although the number of sales declined by 5%, in line with the citywide average.

“Despite the softening in residential sales activity, citywide economic fundamentals remained strong at the close of 2018,” said John H. Banks, REBNY President. “The continued demand for homes was demonstrated by average sales price growth throughout the five boroughs and most notably in the Bronx.”

Aside from Staten Island, where the number of home sales rose by 6% Y-O-Y, all boroughs of the city experienced annual declines. In Manhattan, the decrease was 8%, while Queens saw a 6% drop and Brooklyn’s decline was 5%.


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