New York City Real Property Market Value 2012


According to the New York City Department of Finance, the market value of real property is $845.4 billion, an increase of 3.8 percent compared to last year.

Manhattan rental apartment buildings’ market value increased 15 percent, cooperative apartment buildings increased 9.5 percent and condominium units 7.1 percent compared to a year ago.

In Brooklyn, rental apartment buildings increased 3.9 percent, cooperative apartment buildings 1.6 percent and condominium units 1.2 percent compared to 2011.

Compared to the peak of the market in 2007, the market value of Manhattan rental apartment and cooperative apartment buildings has increased 22.5 percent, and condominium units increased 48.2 percent according to the City of New York.

In Brooklyn, the market value of rental buildings was up 3.5 percent, cooperative apartments 18.4 percent.
These market value increases have resulted in a 40 percent increase in real property taxes since the peak of the market in 2008.

From MIke Slattery, Senior Vice President, REBNY Research Department

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