The Real Deal New York

Which firm has the tightest grip on NYC nabes?

A breakdown of which residential brokerages dominate across Manhattan and Brooklyn
By Katherine Clarke | November 06, 2013 10:30AM

From the November issue: For New York City’s biggest real estate brokerages, competing for residential listings is something of a blood sport. And it’s only grown fiercer in the last year, as the number of listings has shrunk amid a market-wide inventory shortage.

To find out which firms reign supreme in which areas of the city, The Real Deal poured over nearly 6,400 for-sale listings in 50 different neighborhoods across Manhattan and Brooklyn, using data from listings aggregator StreetEasy. [more]