Each borough has its own key buzzwords that most match would-be buyers desires.
After a cold, sleepy winter, buyers will be out in full force this spring. Here's what you need to know.
Brokers often get an inside look at the strength of a couple's foundation when house hunting.
Renovating your home can add to its value — when done smartly. Experts share tips on rehab projects.
As townhouses under $1M in areas like Bed-Stuy become rare, Ocean Hill and East Flatbush are next up.
Expect a shift in the strategies of developers in 2015, including a focus on all things smaller.
The landmarked building's sale is a record in the Brooklyn neighborhood, according to multiple reports.
The two-unit house sold for $3 million, setting a new real estate transaction record for Bed-Stuy.
Space starved? Check out these three houses, from $599,000 to under $2 million.
A Clinton Hill "treehouse," an UWS garden duplex and a Cobble Hill "cottage" offer urban oases.
What can you get for about $799,000? Check out these Manhattan and Brooklyn two-bedrooms.
These three multi-level co-ops are anything but ordinary.
DNAinfo New York rounded up expert tips on how to win over sellers and brokers.
Check out three renovated 2-bedrooms in pre-war buildings, ranging from $499,000 to $850,000.
From modern to pre-war, three choice units in "green" buildings, from $500,000 to $985,000.
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