Brooklyn’s prices are being pushed up by a sharp decline in inventory, which fell 45% in the quarter to a five-year low, writes New York Daily News. With demand strong, prices are up in almost every part of the borough.

“We have incredible demand and very limited supply,” said Michael Guerra, Douglas Elliman’s managing director, Brooklyn.

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