The Manhattan real estate market closed 2012 with many notable trends. StreetEasy’s fourth quarter Manhattan market report found low inventory, high contract activity and flat median listings prices across all segments of the market. Inventory was at its lowest since the spring of 2008, when Manhattan was still in the height of its real estate boom. In this video, Nancy Packes, a local real estate authority, provides accurate analysis and insight on 2012 trends including declining inventory, international buyers, the fiscal cliff and luxury properties with M+ listing prices.

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