‘Fewer contracts signed, fewer bidding wars’: A slowdown in the Manhattan housing market could be a dire warning for the US housing market

First the good news.

The median selling price for homes sold in Manhattan rose to a record high in the second quarter, up 10.6% annually to $1.25 million, while the median selling price hit the third-highest on record, according to a report by real estate appraiser Miller Samuel Inc. and real estate agent Douglas Elliman said this week.

“That…

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/fewer-signed-contracts-fewer-bidding-wars-a-slowdown-in-manhattan-real-estate-may-be-a-grim-warning-for-the-u-s-housing-market-11657170213?rss=1&siteid=rss ‘Fewer contracts signed, fewer bidding wars’: A slowdown in the Manhattan housing market could be a dire warning for the US housing market

Brian Lowry

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