Ditmas park is pretty famous for its large Victorian homes often featured in movie and tv shows. It is the suburbia of Brooklyn some might say. I love these homes and would love to live in one sometime in the future. As a real estate agent, I love Ditmas for another reason. This area has some of the best coops for first time buyers at a great entry price point. Finding affordable housing in Brooklyn can be difficult, but with spacious floor plans, convertible layouts, and affordable monthly maintenance, these buildings should be the first stop for an entry buyer. If you follow me on Instagram @marcusamadeus you can see our most recent open house story from this past Sunday. If you miss it, don't worry we post a story each week and I'll give you a recap. We viewed some great units at 811 Cortelyou Road, 390 Rugby Road, and 515 East 7th Street. Click the hyper link if you want to check out more about these specific buildings.
Click the link below for all the apartments on the market right now. Some maybe in contract waiting to close. Here are the Coops on the market now.
Now as you may know, listing price doesn't mean as much as CLOSED price. This is generally where owners and brokers pull accurate data to competitively price a listing to the market. Like anything the value contingent on what people will and have paid for it verses what the seller wants to get for a certain home. I included the last 100 coops closed as reported by ACRIS. The button will have the full report, but here is a little snap shot.
I hope you found my market report helpful. All closed data was pulled from the ACRIS public record. If you are interested in buying or selling a Coop in Kensington or Ditmas Park please feel free to call me any time. You can find me at open houses every Sunday, just check our schedule! Join me on Instagram, youtube, or my podcast @marcusamadeus
Enjoy the day,