2020 Sep 23rd

The Hoboken Weekly Wednesday Wrap Up for the Week Ending Sept. 23rd

Week ending September 23rd, 2020

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  • Active Hoboken listings
  •  Condo inventory (380 total) has gone over 250 units requiring two links.
  • First 250 Condo & Co-op listings
  • Remaining  Condo listings
  • 39 Single-family and Multi-family  

This Week’s Residential Property Sales & Activity:

Studio & 1-Bedroom Properties

6 Pending

2 Sold

2-Bedroom Properties

12 Pending.

10 Sold

3-Bedroom & larger Properties

4 Pending

  • 501 9th 211, listed 9/19 for $865k.
  • 123 Monroe #1, listed 8/7 for $925k.
  • 1125 Maxwell 1022, listed 7/27 for $1.5mil.
  • 409 Jeff #2, listed 9/8 for $2.2mil.

6 Sold

  • 915 Madison 5D listed 7/14 for $949k, sold for $930k.
  • 226 Park #3, listed 7/21 for $1mil, sold for $990k.
  • 506 Observer A, listed 7/20 for $1.285mil, sold for $1.275mil.
  • 302 Monroe 4E listed 6/11 for $1.29mil, sold for $1.225mil.
  • 2 Constitution 1203 listed 5/28 for $1.6mil, sold for $1.55mil.
  • 1025 Maxwell 901 listed 5/27 for $2.32mil, sold for $2.23mil.

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  1. LJ

    How often can you appeal you property tax? Do you think that with such a large inventory and fall, winter approaching with Covid, to wait as prices seem like they should weaken?

  2. Lori Turoff

    You can appeal every year. In order to win, you need to show a decrease in property values.

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