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曼哈顿第三季度租金中位数跌破3,000美元,为9年来首次

2020-10-26 16:31

 

纽约10月25日(新华社)——一个创纪录的高租金的减少导致了曼哈顿问租金中位数2020年第三季度的2990美元,这个数字已经第一次低于3000美元的九年,据业内领袖StreetEasy最近发布的2020年第三季度市场报告。


曼哈顿的共享租赁清单在StreetEasy折扣第三季度同比上升22.7至创纪录的44.7%,由于房东试图吸引租户在租赁市场一直相当自7个月前发生了冠状病毒的大流行。


与此同时,报告称,曼哈顿的租赁库存增加了69.8%,当季共有72,267套待售房屋,比去年增加了近30,000套。


折扣不仅变得更加普遍,而且大幅扩大。报告显示,曼哈顿的租金折扣率中值为要价的9.1%,比去年高出5.2个百分点。


该报告还称,按美元计算,今年第三季度曼哈顿房东提供的折扣价中值为272美元,比2019年的折扣价高出139美元。


StreetEasy的经济学家吴南茜(Nancy Wu)说:“租房者不再愿意支付住在曼哈顿的通勤费用,因为他们不需要一周五天都去上班。”


“整个城市的房东,尤其是曼哈顿的房东,如果他们想让自己的公寓人满为患,就必须愿意面对一些非常严重的打击。”他们被迫降低要价中的位置溢价,以便与外城区更大、更实惠的公寓竞争。”


曼哈顿租赁市场的折扣幅度最高,但外围的行政区也不逊色。根据StreetEasy的报告,布鲁克林的租金折扣比例达到创纪录的30.7%,皇后区则接近26.6%的高位。

 

NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- A record-high share of rent cuts contributed to a Manhattan median asking rent of 2,990 U.S. dollars in the third quarter of 2020, the first time this figure has been below 3,000 dollars in nine years, according to industry leader StreetEasy's Q3 2020 Market Reports issued recently.

The share of Manhattan rental listings on StreetEasy that was discounted during the third quarter rose 22.7 percentage points year over year to a record high of 44.7 percent, as landlords made attempts to attract tenants amid a rental market that has struggled considerably since the coronavirus pandemic hit the city seven months ago.

Meanwhile, rental inventory in Manhattan increased by 69.8 percent, with 72,267 listings available during the quarter, nearly 30,000 more than last year, said the report.

Discounts didn't only become more common, they also grew substantially larger. The median rental discount in Manhattan hit 9.1 percent off the asking rent, 5.2 percentage points higher than last year, according to the report.

In dollar amounts, the median discount being offered by Manhattan landlords was 272 dollars during the third quarter, 139 dollars more than what was being offered in 2019, it added.

"Renters are no longer willing to pay the commute premium of living in Manhattan when they do not need to commute to an office five days a week," said StreetEasy economist Nancy Wu.

"Landlords across the city, but particularly in Manhattan, have to be willing to face some really hard hits if they want to fill their units. They're being forced to cut the location premium out of their asking price in order to compete with larger and more affordable apartments in the outer boroughs," added Wu.

The Manhattan rentals market had the most drastic spike in discounts, but the outer boroughs were not far behind. The share of rentals discounted reached a record high of 30.7 percent in Brooklyn, and a near-high of 26.6 percent in Queens, according to the StreetEasy report.

 

来自: xinhua