Queens Real Estate Market Report June 2018, provided by the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II. Need help? Feel free to Contact Us anytime.

Market Snapshot

May sales continued their downward trend in May. For the last 6 months, home sales have been down when compared to the same month of the previous year. Inventory at this time is actually higher than it was last year so the dip in sales is most likely a result of less demand and less likely a result of lack of inventory. The biggest drop in sales has been with Coops and Condos, residential home sales on the other hand have been consistent with year ago levels.

As for home prices, they continue on an upward trend. Every month this year has seen an increase over the prices we saw in the same month of last year. In May, the median home price in Queens was up 17.9% over May of last year, this is a very significant increase and driven in large part to the increase in residential home prices. Coop and Condo prices are also up, but not as significantly as the residential 1-3 family home prices.

All in all, what we’re finding is that there are a lot of markets within markets here in Queens. In other words, some areas and property types are still hot, while others are cooling off, and some are even suffering from less demand and a higher inventory. Every area is different, but for the most part we’re finding that there are less buyers on the high end of the market and much more buyers looking in the more affordable price points. Single family homes priced at or around $1M seem to be taking longer to sell, while 1 families around $500K are still in high demand. Multi family homes are still in high demand as well. Coops and condos tend to vary by building and neighborhood, but they have still been in demand as well.

We’ll continue to watch the market and keep you posted 🙂

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Key Indicators

Month’s Supply

What is Month’s Supply? Months of supply is the measure of how many months it would take for the current inventory of homes on the market to sell, given the current pace of home sales. For example, if there are 50 homes on the market and 10 homes selling each month, there is a 5 month supply of homes for sale.

Months of supply is a good indicator of whether a particular real estate market is favoring buyers or sellers. Typically, a market that favors sellers has less than 6 months of supply, while more than 6 months of supply indicates an excess of homes for sale that favors buyers.

Month’s Supply in Queens NY

  • Homes on the Market: 4,119
  • Homes selling each month: 652
  • Month’s Supply: 6.3

Free Home Value Analysis

Absorption Rate

What is Absorption Rate? Absorption rate is the rate at which homes sell in a given area during a given time period. Absorption rate is calculated by dividing the number of sales in a given month by the number of available homes for sale. For example, if there are 100 homes listed for sale in a certain area, and 10 homes sold over the last month, then the absorption rate is 10/100 = 10%.

An absorption rate of 20% or higher means that homes are selling quickly and the market favors sellers. Lower absorption rates mean that homes are not selling quickly and supply is much greater than demand, favoring buyers.

Absorption Rate in Queens NY

  • Homes Sold Last Month: 874
  • Homes on the Market: 4,119
  • Absorption Rate: 21.2%

*Month’s supply and Absorption rate can vary by neighborhood and property type. For a local analysis of your neighborhood, contact us at https://www.queenshometeam.com/localmarketreport

Days on Market

  • Avg Days on Market (Residential): 86 (Last Month: 97)
  • Avg Days on Market (Coop): 84 (Last Month: 79)
  • Avg Days on Market (Condo): 56 (Last Month: 99)

New 1 Family Homes for Sale in Queens

Interest Rates

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New 2 Family Homes for Sale in Queens

Home Sales

The Long Island Board of Realtors reported Queens home sales at a rate of approximately 661 homes during the month of May. This was a decrease of 6.8 percent from April and a decrease of 5.4 percent from May of last year.

Specifically, our Queens real estate market report June 2018 shows that Residential home sales were UP 1.2%, Queens Condo sales were DOWN 10.5%, and Queens Coop sales were DOWN 15.4% compared to May of last year. Over the last 12 months, Queens home sales are UP .2%.

New 3 Family Homes for Sale in Queens

Queens Home Prices


The median home price in Queens rose to $560,000 in May, this is an increase of 1.8 percent from April, and an increase of 17.9 percent compared to May of last year. The median home price has increased by approximately $85,000 since last year.

Specifically, our Queens real estate market report June 2018 shows that Queens residential home prices are UP 12.3%, Queens Condo prices are UP 6.2%, and Queens Coop prices are UP 8% compared to May of last year. Over the last 12 months, the median home price in Queens is up 15.2%.

Average Home Price in Queens

In March, the average home price for Queens real estate were as follows:

  • Average sale price for a residential home in Queens was: $772,505
  • Average sale price for a condo in Queens was: $556,841
  • Average sale price for a coop in Queens was: $292,573

New Condos for Sale in Queens



There is currently a 6.3-month supply of housing inventory in Queens, this is up from the 5.9-month supply we had in April, and up from the 5.8 month supply we had in June of last year. There are currently 4,119 homes for sale in Queens. This is an increase of 6.5 percent compared to last month, and an increase of 6.8% compared to May of last year when there were 3,856 homes for sale in Queens.

New Coops for Sale in Queens

Queens real estate market report provided by the Queens Home Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark II.

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