“How to Value” and Other Favorite Posts

In response to the inquiries I get from real estate brokers, I’ve written posts on Matrix to explain how to approach certain valuation problems, usually specific to Manhattan, but not always. Here are some of my favorites and most requested.

[Terra Logic] Understanding The Value of Manhattan Apartment Outdoor Space

Literally The Narrowest Housing Insight Ever Provided (Hint: Valuing Outdoor Space)

[ChartFloor] Manhattan Price Per Floor Breakdown

Repost: Measuring Manhattan Values By Floor Level

9 Feet Under: Some Thoughts About Valuing Basements and Cellars

Combinations: Creating a Larger Manhattan Co-op or Condo

Valuing the Light in Your Condo or Co-op

Valuing A Fireplace

Combinations: Creating a Larger Manhattan Co-op or Condo

What is the value of a Central Park view?

How Not to Value A Co-op Apartment: Price per Share

Change is Constant: 100 Years of New York Real Estate

Median Sales Price Explored (Because It Needs to be):

Explainer: Overall Median Sales Price Submarket Changes May Not Fall In Range

A La Mode: Whats So Mean About Median Sales Price?

Median sales price can be subject to skew by consumer behavior more than math

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