It’s time to share my Three Cents Worth on Curbed, at the intersection of neighborhood and real estate.

Three Cents Worth: Manhattan’s Recession Bookends Graphed For Your Convenience

>This week I plotted nearly 20 years of year-over-year quarterly percentage changes based on Manhattan median sales price adjusted for inflation, and parsed the data out by the number of bedrooms. I dropped four-bedrooms from the mix because of their wild fluctuations, largely due to their nominal 1-2% market share and diversely priced housing stock. I was interested in the pace of growth during different economic periods…

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