Buying Condos Based on a Drawing

Almost half of all contracts for Manhattan properties costing $4 million or more are being signed based on floor plans — an architectural drawing of an apartment that hasn’t been built yet.


Buyers have a potent incentive to buy early: Initial asking prices are set at or just below market rates to create a sense of urgency, while prices tend to rise as the construction approaches completion.

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