Is there a big difference in selling and resale pricing between Park Slope and South Park Slope?

Asked by Lois, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY Fri Mar 18, 2011

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hunterseateq…, , Brooklyn, NY
Thu Oct 11, 2012
I am not sure I understand your question? I am a developer and have sold a ton of top end homes in the South Slope. The price points are obviously less than Center Slope. Current trending on top end 2 family homes in the CS is over a $1,000 psf. The comps confirm this. The range is 750ish for nice and about 850 for well done and $1000 plus for super.

Good examples of South Slope homes with amenities like WBFs, etc., you might look at 303 13th Street; 158 14th Street, and 188 11th Street, for example. The South Slope homes are not at the crazy price point in the Center Slope. Again, the comps are dispositive.

A well done home in the South Slope is a very easy sale if it is priced right. I have never had problems in any of these locations. Of course, as a buyer or seller, you need to be smart, do your homework on possible projects coming your way, neighbors, etc. The number of no go blocks has gone from a lot in the mid to late 90s to virtually none now. PS - I have lived in PS for 30 years.

Condos are a totally different story and the pricing is completely different w/ completely different considerations.

I hope this helps. Good luck with your hunt.
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TravelBo45, Renter, Brooklyn, NY
Mon Jun 4, 2012
There use to be in the 80's my husband and I lived in the South Slope, it was being Gentrified, slowly! but now I don't think theres much difference. Where are you looking in the South Slope? Also it maybe slightly cheaper since its not as established as the North Slope
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Fri Mar 18, 2011
Much will depend on exact location, property size, condition, upgrades, etc., if looking to buy or sell, do review comps with your agent--recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, then make a determination on price...
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