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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.

Crown Heights »

Office Space Grows in Brooklyn's Hottest Neighborhoods

Brooklynites want to work close to home in industrial chic lofts, one developer said.

Hamilton Heights »

Affordability Threatened at Some City Co-Ops, Experts Say

Income-restricted HDFC co-op prices are on the rise, but still well below market rate.

Navy Yard »

Smoke-Free Apartment Buildings Becoming Hot Across City

There's been a steep rise in the number of apartments listed in smoke-free buildings, data shows.

Upper West Side »

Older Buildings Add Amenities to Compete with New Neighbors

Older buildings are adding playrooms, fitness centers and other amenities to compete with new neighbors.

SoHo »

How to Spot an Apartment Rental Scam

As rental season heats up, real estate experts say be wary about deals that sound too good to be true.

Upper East Side »

Pied-a-Terre Buyers Now Seeking Move-In-Ready Homes

Foreign buyers and others seeking luxurious part-time digs want furnished apartments, brokers said.

Hamilton Heights »

Any Deals Out There? 7 Tips for Budget-Conscious House Hunters

Brokers dish on how house hunters can find deals in this tight market.

Flatbush »

Looking for a Roommate? How to Find a Good Match

Find someone in your network, do your homework and trust your instincts, experts told us.

SoHo »

Five Tips for Graduates on How to Furnish a First Apartment

Designers advise investing in a few key pieces and mixing the old and the new.

East Village »

10 Tips on How to Find Your First New York Apartment

Apartment seekers should come armed with plenty of paperwork, experts said.