Douglas Elliman releases Elliman Report for November 2014 Manhattan, Brooklyn & Queens Rentals


Recently Douglas Elliman released the November 2014 report for Manhattan, Brooklyn & Queens Residential Rental Markets. The November 2014 Elliman report for the Manhattan, Brooklyn & Queens Rental Markets, reported  here, and summarized below was prepared by Miller Samuel for Douglas Elliman.


“Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens rental prices increased, driven by tight credit and an improving economy.”Manhattan_Rentals_11-2014

The Manhattan rental market continued to be characterized by rising prices and low vacancy rates. Median rent increased for the ninth consecutive month with the biggest gains seen in the studio and 1-bedroom markets.  The use of concessions by landlords and declining marketing times were influenced by rising employment and tight mortgage lending conditions. We don’t anticipate significant relief to tenants next year.

  • All price indicators for the Manhattan rental market increased as the New York City economy continued to improve and mortgage lending conditions remained tight.
  • Median rental prices increased from the prior year level for the ninth consecutive month.

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