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Bushwick »

Open House Agenda: Three Apartments to See This Weekend

What can you get for about $799,000? Check out these Manhattan and Brooklyn two-bedrooms.

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.

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.

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.

Williamsburg »

Open House Agenda: 3 Townhouses to See This Weekend

Check out these townhouses with yards or terraces in hot Brooklyn neighborhoods for under $1 million.

Forest Hills »

It's Getting Cheaper to Live in Queens, Report Says

The number of renters who opted for one-bedroom apartments in Queens, has increased in June.

DUMBO »

Why You Can't Buy in Brooklyn: Social Media, Tech Workers Grabbing Homes

The number of buyers working in social media rose nearly 600 percent over the past year, a report found.

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.

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.

Clinton Hill »

Open House Agenda: Three Apartments to See This Weekend

If sunlight is a must-have, check out these three apartments.

Ditmas Park »

Open House Agenda: Three Apartments to See This Weekend

Check out three renovated 2-bedrooms in pre-war buildings, ranging from $499,000 to $850,000.

Inwood »

Inwood Prefab Building Features Wood Floors, Mosaic-Tiled Bathrooms

Units in The Stack modular apartment building are for rent, starting at $1,755 for a studio.

Central Harlem »

Manhattan's Average Rent Hits $4K, Report Finds

Just before the busy rental season begins, Manhattan saw average prices soar above $4,000 a month.

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.

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