2009 Dec 16th

The Weekly Wednesday Wrap Up – Hoboken Condo Sales & Inventory for the Week of December 15th

Hoboken Condos Inventory & Sales – Week of December 15th.

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Here are this week and last week’s numbers:

Studio & 1 Bedroom Hoboken Condos:

8 new listings.

162 total active – $372,909 average asking price. Average 91 DOM.

1 dabo. 44 DOM.

7 sold for an average price of $395,214 Average 126 DOM .

11 price reductions.

Two Bedroom Hoboken Condos:

6 new listings

224 total listings. Average list price $581,945. Average 106 DOM.

7 dabo’d. Average 105 DOM.

6 sold – $542,433 average sales price. Average 58 DOM.

11 price reductions.

Three Bedroom and Larger Hoboken Condos:

2 new listings

54 active listing. Average price $954,742. Average 136 DOM.

2 dabod. Average 83 DOM.

1 sold. Price $890, 000. DOM 30.

4 price reductions.

Hoboken Condo Open Houses

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  1. Fred

    I don’t see the Dec 15th listings. I see only Dec 8th. Could you please fix this?

  2. JC

    Has anybody seen 122 Madison #1 (sold 1 BR) Looks pretty unique from the pics, 2 bathrooms, and has a private yard. Maybe the layout is awkward?

  3. vreporter

    JUST WANTED TO SHARE THIS HOT OFF MY INBOX. I HAVE NOT EDITED THE CONTENT IN ANY WAY. IF I DID THE MATH RIGHT, THAT’S A 39% DROP AND STILL NO SALE AT 999,999.

    [Hoboken RE.ality – Real Estate Transparency] New comment on A Subscriber Notes – What’s Up At 109 Grand?.
    Friday, December 18, 2009 7:30 PM
    From: “Moderator”

    This subscriber’s posting from February 2009 had some meat on it after all. The property was last seen fishing for short sale opportunists at $999,999. However, it is believed to be only buying time before foreclosure.

    So let’s summarize the “asking” price history:
    June 2008 = $1,629,000
    -54000
    -25000
    -51000
    -100000
    -100000
    -49000
    -51000
    -199001 = $999,999, October 2009

    When do you think the seller realized that they were not going to get their money back? This is the common problem with virtually all the properties bought over the past few years that are trying to sell.

    Until that RE.ality hits home (no pun intended), they are doomed!

    Posted by Moderator to Hoboken RE.ality – Real Estate Transparency at December 18, 2009 7:30 PM

  4. curious

    i thought 109 Grand was one of the nice buildings in town. i saw an open house there awhile back. is this unit still for sale? i can’t find it on the MLS postings?

  5. Lori

    That unit at 109 Grand is currently under contract. That’s some effort at transparency on that blog – it’s entirely anonomous! In my opinion that is B.S. Have the guts to put your name on it or go away.

    122 Madison was sold by “Vandermark” – as in Minervini Vandermark the local architects. So I imagine it was his place. Though it is listed as a 2 br, one has to walk through the second “bedroom” which is just an open space off the living room to access the backyard. The design esthetic is also ultra modern – not to everyone’s taste.

  6. vreporter

    Lori: Not sure I understand your comment on the source of the the 109 Grand posting. Are you disputing the numbers? “Under contract” could apply to a foreclosure couldn’t it? I could give a rat’s @$$ if its anonymous or not but for its accuracy. I hear all you brokers denouncing the blog yet nobody disputes the information.

  7. Lori

    My comment says nothing about the sales history of 109 Grand. My point is that anyone who writes a blog and won’t put their name on it is a coward and loses all credibility in my eyes. How do you know what “all you brokers” are saying? By the way, I’m not a broker, I’m an agent – there is a difference. Could the author be YOU???? Makes me wonder.

  8. thoughts

    what are you people talking about????

    anyway, does anybody have any suggestions for a (i) 2 bedroom (ii) midtown location (iii) parlor level and below and (iv) deeded back yard? i’v looked through the listings and don’t see much. i think the large majority of units for sale are in the outskirts of hoboken – that stinks…..

  9. thoughts

    ohhh – i mean “that stinks” for my friend that’s coming to town to look – some people love the outskirts b/c of price etc. – please do not attack!

  10. JC

    thoughts….I just passed something today. 508 garden #1. I dont know anything about it.

  11. Lori

    508 Garden is currently under contract – to my buyer. Sorry, it went quickly.

  12. JC

    congrats, but I thought that was on the market for over a year? no?

  13. JC

    it doesnt matter….they probably just relist over and over.

  14. guest

    As is common with short sales, there were several prior contracts that fell through for various reasons.

  15. thoughts

    i’m totally lost – was this a short sale? it was on the market for over a year with several price reductions?

    Lori – can you explain “it went quickly” – we’re talking about apt 1 – is that correct?

    except for being half underground and not seeing the bedroom/bathrooms, it looks nice and at a nice price….

  16. lori

    It was a short sale. It was under contract several times. The deals fell through. It was relisted at active and is currently under contract again. What don’t you understand?

  17. thoughts

    sorry – i didn’t understand that we were talking about the same place when you said “it went quickly” – i thought you meant that you got it when it first listed….

    anyway, how were the bed/bathrooms? updated, etc. can’t see from the pics…..

    seems like a good price if the bathrooms are updated?

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