Above pre-financial-crisis levels.
The average and median prices for a Brooklyn property have hit all-time highs.
It remains a seller's market, though.
Why this will be the "year of the frustrated buyer."
And apartments are taking longer to sell.
The city's brokerages released their second-quarter numbers today.
Good news for buyers!
That's good news for the housing market here.
Third-quarter real-estate market reports for Brooklyn and Queens indicate housing in the boroughs has not yet hit bottom.
But we may be through the worst part of the storm.
That is, it's plummeting at a rate even faster than Ludicrous Speed.