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Tiny apartment? Crushing prices? Unforgiving city? Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or just improve your quality-of-life, Apartmentality has everything you need to know.

Downtown Brooklyn »

'Penthouse' Doesn't Just Refer to the Top Floor Anymore

In New York City's latest developments the definition of "penthouse" has expanded to several floors.

Park Slope »

Need a Roommate? Real Estate Matchmakers Hope to Help

SpareRoom's free "speed roommating" has become popular for those looking for roommates — and brokers.

Upper East Side »

How to Compete With All-Cash Home Buyers if You Need Financing

In this sellers' market, all-cash bids often win. Real estate experts share tips on how to beat them.

SoHo »

6 Ways to Create Workspace for Your Kids in a Tiny Apartment

Experts share tips for creating a well-organized space where your kids can do their homework.

Roosevelt Island »

4 Reasons Why Apartment Sellers Are Cutting Prices This Month

Unrealistic sellers, novice brokers and other reasons behind a rise in price cuts.

West Village »

How to Make Your Move Simpler, Greener and More Sane

Experts share tips on how to pack and unpack smarter and with less waste.

Park Slope »

Where To Buy a Summer Home for $2K to $200K

From bungalows in the Rockaways to the Catskills, here's how to find a deal for next summer.

Williamsburg »

9 Things to Know Before Buying City Waterfront Property

From storm readiness to good views, DNAinfo has advice on the pros and cons of buying on the waterfront.

Park Slope »

How to Win an Apartment Bidding War By Writing a 'Love Letter'

DNAinfo New York rounded up expert tips on how to win over sellers and brokers.

Chelsea »

How to Keep Your Rent-Stabilized Apartment

If your landlord is trying to get you out, here are tips from experts on how to stay in your home.

Midtown »

5 Ways to Green Your Building and Get Money to Do It

Experts share tips on how to make your building more energy efficient, without spending lots of money.

Ditmas Park »

Who Used to Live in Your Apartment? Here's How to Check

New York's librarians share tips on how to research your home's past.

Gramercy »

'Holistic' Brokers Bring Yoga Mindset to Real Estate Market

Yoga-loving brokers are infusing their poses into real estate work that focuses on healthy living.

Financial District »

Futuristic Realtors Use Drones, Google Glass and Virtual Headsets

Real estate firms are exploring ways that high-tech gadgets can change how they do business.

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