Try property shark, they have a ton of historical data for Brooklyn. They don't provide for a specific year but with a little massaging you should be able to isolate the data you need. Feel free to contact me if you still need help.
I hope this tip has helped you.
Hello, I specialize in coop and home sales full time for three years in Brooklyn. I can definitely advise that you use an agent that knows the ins and outs of dealing with a coop transaction. There are alot of details, paperwork and requirements to be met by the bank and by the coop board. Also in order to sell a coop an agent needs to understand how to explain what a coop is and how it differs from owning other types of properties.
Feel free to give me a call to answer any other questions you may have.
Licensed Real Estate Professtional
Specializing in Coop and Home Sales
Weichert Realtors, H.P Greenfield
1712 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn NY
You should be able to get this kind of information from your Realtor.
Has the Realtor that helped you when you purchased your home kept in touch? I'm sure that he/she would be glad to hear from you.
If you don't have a Realtor, asking a trusted friend or family member for a recommendation is a great place to start.
I get questions like this all the time from people I know, both past clients, and 'future clients' and I'm happy to do the research for them whenever they need it.
Realtors generally have access to historical data going back several years. In our area I can go back about 8 to 10 years pretty easily in our multiple listing system (the system we use to exchange information with other Realtors when we have homes listed for sale)
An easy bit of research should be a welcome inquiry for any Realtor.