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2017 NAR Member Profile New York 
The 2017 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. In 2016, the typical New York REALTOR was 54 years old and completed 11 transactions. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $30,000 in 2016, compared to $42,500 nationally. Click here to read the full report.

2016 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions. Click here to view the 2016 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report. 
 

2016 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2016 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR is 55 years old and completed 8 transactions. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $28,400 in 2015, compared to $39,200 nationally. Click here to read the full report.

2015 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions. Click here to view the 2015 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report


2015 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2015 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR is 58 years old and completed 11 transactions in 2014 (up from 10 in 2014). Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $29,800 in 2014, compared to $45,800 nationally. Click here to read the full report.

2014 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions. Click here to view the 2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report

2014 NAR Member Profile New York
 
The 2014 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR completed 10 transactions in 2013 (up from eight in 2012), compared to 12 nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $35,200 in 2013, compared to $47,700 nationally, both up since 2012. Click here to read the full report.


2013 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

For most home buyers, the purchase of real estate is one of the largest financial transactions they will make. Buyers purchase a home not only for the desire to own a home of their own, but also because of changes in jobs, family situations, and the need for a smaller or larger living area. This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS of recent home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with this important transaction. The 2013 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report describes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in doing so helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market.

2013 NAR Member Profile New York

The 2013 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR completed 8 transaction sides in 2012, compared to 12 nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $33,200 in 2012, compared to $43,500 nationally. Click here to read the full report.


NYSAR Spring 2013 Housing Market Survey
The New York State Association of REALTORS commissioned a Siena Research Institute (SRI) survey exploring public opinion about the current New York State housing market and the direction it is heading. The NYSAR Spring 2013 Housing Market Survey provides REALTORS with insight into their clients’ and customers’ perceptions about the current and future housing markets. It also provides information about their future buying and selling plans. The survey found that New Yorkers, especially suburbanites, upper income residents, older residents and homeowners say: “Real estate is back.” While public sentiment continues to see now as a good time to buy, the percentage of New Yorkers that indicate that it has been and will continue to be an improving time to buy has lessened compared to last year. Underlying faith in real estate remains strong among New Yorkers and this survey has numerous indications that the public see concrete signs of improvement.
 
To read the entire report, click here.
 


2012 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

For home buyers, there are numerous ways to search for and find a home, a variety of mortgage products to finance their home and a growing list of services that their agent can provide to assist them in the process. Home sellers can choose to sell their home themselves or enlist the professional assistance of an agent who can provide various levels of service to best suit each home seller’s needs. Because the real estate market is always evolving, it is important for real estate professionals to have a clear picture of today’s home buyers and sellers. The 2012 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report describes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in doing so helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market.

2012 NAR Member Profile New York

The 2012 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR completed 7 transaction sides in 2011, compared to 10 nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a typical income of $24,300 in 2011, compared to $34,900 nationally. Click here to read the full report.


NYSAR Spring 2012 Housing Market Survey

The NYSAR Spring 2012 Housing Market Survey provides REALTORS with insight into their clients’ and customers’ perceptions about the current and future housing markets. It also provides information about their future buying and selling plans. The survey found that New Yorkers were more positive about the current real estate market in the spring of 2012 than they were in 2011 and their outlook for the future continues to improve. Residents of the Empire State continue to see the market favoring buyers, but the trend appears to be moving toward a balance between buyers and sellers. The survey found that the public believes prospects for sellers have started to rebound and will continue to improve. New Yorkers’ faith in the real estate market remains high, according to the survey of 1,003 New York state residents.
 
To read the entire report, click here.


2011 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

For home buyers, there are numerous ways to search for and find a home, a variety of mortgage products to finance their home and a growing list of services that their agent can provide to assist them in the process. Home sellers can choose to sell their home themselves or enlist the professional assistance of an agent who can provide various levels of service to best suit each home seller’s needs. Because the real estate market is always evolving, it is important for real estate professionals to have a clear picture of today’s home buyers and sellers. The 2011 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report describes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in doing so helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market.

Click here to watch a webinar presented by Jessica Lautz, NAR research economist titled "2011 New York Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers - New York State vs. National Comparisons."
Click here for the corresponding presentation.


2011 NAR Member Profile New York Report

The 2011 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR completed six transaction sides in 2010, compared to eight nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a median gross income of in 2010 of $25,100. The nationwide median gross income among REALTORS was $34,100. 


NYSAR Spring 2011 Housing Market Survey

The New York State Association of REALTORS commissioned a Siena Research Institute (SRI) survey exploring public opinion about the current New York State housing market and the direction it is heading. The NYSAR Spring 2011 Housing Market Survey provides REALTORS with insight into their clients’ and customers’ perceptions about the current and future housing markets. It also provides information about their future buying and selling plans. The survey found that respondents’ underlying faith in the real estate market remains high. New Yorkers generally believe now is a great time to buy and poor time to sell.  Additionally, the survey found that 7 percent of respondents say they intend to sell their current home in the next six months, 9 percent plan to purchase a home and 20 percent plan to begin to investigate buying a new home. In all three scenarios, the majority plan to use a REALTOR for the best possible outcome.

To read the entire report, click here.


2010 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

For home buyers, there are numerous ways to search for and find a home, a variety of mortgage products to finance their home and a growing list of services that their agent can provide to assist them in the process. Home sellers can choose to sell their home themselves or enlist the professional assistance of an agent who can provide various levels of service to best suit each home seller’s needs. Because the real estate market is always evolving, it is important for real estate professionals to have a clear picture of today’s home buyers and sellers. The 2010 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report describes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in doing so helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market.


New York State Consumer Real Estate Sentiment Survey

The New York State Association of REALTORS commissioned a survey conducted by the Siena Research Institute (SRI) which explores consumer sentiment regarding the housing market. This survey will be released on a quarterly basis and will include results broken down by MSA. For more information on the fourth quarter 2011 results and to watch a video explaining the survey, click here.


2010 New York Homeownership Survey

The New York State Association of REALTORS commissioned a survey conducted by the Siena Research Institute (SRI) which explored public opinion about real estate related issues. The New York Homeownership Survey provides REALTORS with insight into their clients’ needs, wants and perceptions. The survey takes a closer look at how homeowners feel about the value of their homes and their future buying and selling plans. New York homeowners’ experiences with REALTORS were measured, showing that the majority feel working with a REALTOR will help them buy or sell their home quicker and easier. Not surprisingly, the survey found that 84 percent of New Yorkers support keeping the tax deduction for home mortgage interest and 76 percent believe the state should cap the rate at which property taxes can increase. Also surveyed were opinions on barriers to homeownership, importance of amenities, location and more. 

To view video from the joint NYSAR and SRI press conference announcing the findings of the survey, click here.


Research reports provide state and local market details

NAR Research has completed three reports to assist members with information regarding the economic impact of homeownership in the state and local metro areas. "State Economic Impact of Housing" arms you with data on the contribution of homeownership to your state and local economies; "State Mortgage Conditions" calculates outstanding mortgage debt, prime and subprime, among homeowners in your state and localities; and "Metro Area Wealth Gain" looks at the equity accumulation of your homeowners over the years. Reports are free, but require a REALTOR.org user name and password to access. 


2010 NAR Member Profile New York Report

The 2010 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations.The typical New York REALTOR completed five transaction sides in 2009, compared to seven nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a median gross income of in 2009 of $30,000. The nationwide median gross income among REALTORS was $35,700.


2009 NAR Member Profile New York Report

The 2009 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides industry leaders, brokers and other real estate professionals with information about the roles, earnings, expenses, transactions, and demographics of REALTORS. As an example, survey results show that the typical New York REALTOR had a median gross income of $27,600 in 2008. The nationwide median gross income among all REALTORS nationwide was $36,700 in 2008. Additionally, 49 percent of REALTORS in New York have a sales agent license, whereas nationally 60 percent of REALTORS have the same license. Information in this report will assist industry professionals as they strive to more fully understand the factors that influence the success of REALTORS and other real estate professionals.


2009 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

For home buyers, there are numerous ways to search for and find a home, a variety of mortgage products to finance their home and a growing list of services that their agent can provide to assist them in the process. Home sellers can choose to sell their home themselves or enlist the professional assistance of an agent who can provide various levels of service to best suit each home seller’s needs. Because the real estate market is always evolving, it is important for real estate professionals to have a clear picture of today’s home buyers and sellers. The 2009 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Reportdescribes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in doing so helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market. 

In addition to the 2009 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers - New York Report, data was compiled regarding the First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit. To view the data, click here.


2008 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

The real estate market offers a variety of choices, opportunities and challenges for home buyers, sellers, and real estate professionals helping them with their transactions. For home buyers, there are numerous ways to search for and find a home, a variety of mortgage products to finance their home and a growing list of services that their agent can provide to assist them in the process. Home sellers can choose to sell their home themselves or enlist the professional assistance of an agent who can provide various levels of service to best suit each home seller’s needs. Because the real estate market is always evolving, it is important for real estate professionals to have a clear picture of today’s home buyers and sellers. The 2008 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers describes the characteristics and motivations of recent home buyers and sellers in New York and in so doing helps real estate professionals track the changing demands of consumers in a dynamic market.


2007 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers

The environment in which consumers have been buying and selling homes has undergone a significant transition during the past two years. The newly released 2007 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers report provides information to help us better understand the housing market and how the unique role of real estate professionals continues to be important as the housing market evolves. The findings also provide New York REALTORS with insights into the characteristics, needs and expectations of their clients to help REALTORS improve client service and more effectively meet the demands of consumers. All of the information in this report is characteristic of a 12-month period ending June 2007 with the exception of income data, which was reported for 2006.


2007 NYSAR Member Satisfaction Study

In an ongoing effort to gather feedback that will allow us to develop resources to meet member needs, NYSAR retained Spectrum Associates Market Research to conduct a member satisfaction study in July 2007. The study questionnaire was developed using comments from focus groups held across the state in March 2007. Topics covered included: member familiarity with NYSAR and the ability to distinguish between the three levels of the REALTOR organization; the importance of specific products and services; the challenges that REALTORS face today; and member interest in new product and service ideas.

View the 2007 NYSAR Member Study results.


2008 NAR Member Profile New York Report

The 2008 NAR Member Profile New York Report details demographic and business characteristics along with business activities of New York REALTORS during the past year. The report includes comparative information in many areas such as income and expenses, compensation and benefits, use of technology and web presence. In addition to providing this information for REALTORS in New York State, the report compares state information to national findings.


2007 NAR Member Profile New York Report

The 2007 NAR Member Profile New York Report allows industry leaders, brokers and other real estate professionals to understand the roles, earnings, expenses, transactions, and demographics of REALTORS in New York State. As this report shows, some demographic characteristics of New York REALTORS and their business activities are similar to NAR members nationally, while others differ. For example, survey results show that the typical New York REALTOR completed 10 transaction sides in 2006, compared to 10 nationwide. Additionally, REALTORS in New York had a median sales/leasing volume of $1.8 million, whereas nationally the median was $1.9 million. Information in this report will assist industry professionals as they strive to more fully understand local real estate consumers and the REALTORS that serve them.

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