Or at least, getting more expensive.

According to the New York Times, it seems that the laws of supply and demand are still working perfectly. Jill Seligson Braver, an associate broker at Brown Harris Stevens, told the Times that the current market reflects “a level of activity I have not seen since 2006-2007. There are so many people looking for brownstone buildings, and there is just no supply.” And with a higher demand comes a higher price — according to one analyst, the median sales price in Park Slope is up nearly 20 percent from where it was this time last year.


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