Manhattan apartment sales fall 30% in June, but prices remain high

Econ & Housing

FUTURE LIGHT | Photodisc | Getty ImagesSales contracts for Manhattan apartments plunged by nearly a third in June as the city’s scorching real-estate market started to cool amid recession fears and declining stocks.New York real estate was on a tear through the early spring, with high prices and strong sales. The median sales price for…

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