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Forest Hills »

2 Men Boarded Up House and Forced Owner Out After Foreclosure Sale

The men forced the homeowner to leave the house and boarded up the doors and windows.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Will Be Hot Among First-Time Homebuyers, Experts Say

With its relatively low costs and transit options, Jamaica could attract many first-time homebuyers.

Gramercy »

Players Club Could Lose Historic Gramercy Park Home, Records Show

The Players club is facing foreclosure after not paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in city taxes.

Upper East Side »

Kids of Murdered Financier Ted Ammon to Get $143K From Dad's Killer

The surplus cash from the sale of convicted killer Daniel Pelosi's home will go to Ammon's estate.

Far Rockaway »

Wave of Foreclosures Expected in Sandy-Affected Areas, Advocates Warn

Housing advocates and attorneys are bracing for a wave of foreclosures to hit Sandy-affected areas.

Unionport »

State Fights Bank Delays That Cause Huge Fees for Homeowners in Foreclosure

A new lawsuit by the state attorney general and bill passed by the legislature would block costly delays.

Gowanus »

Landmarked Brooklyn Lyceum Faces Auction Block

A former city bathhouse turned arts venue could be sold to the highest bidder.

Washington Heights »

Pols Join Forces To Protect Rents at Foreclosed Manhattan Apartments

Leaders said the bundled sale price is so inflated it threatens the 10 buildings' future affordability.

Pelham Parkway »

Residents Fight to Save 'Rusty,' a Horse Living in a Condemned Bronx Stable

Sen. Jeff Klein and animal activists rallied Thursday to save a horse from a stable on Pelham Parkway.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights Tenants Ask for City Oversight During Foreclosure

Washington Heights tenants fear the foreclosure of their buidling could lead to poor living conditions.

Central Harlem »

National Black Theater to Remain Open

Supporters of the National Black Theater said they have saved it from closing.

Manhattan »

Eric Schneiderman to Lead Obama's New Mortgage Abuse Unit

President Obama announced the new mortgage fraud unit during his State of the Union address.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Building on Auction Block After Landlord Defaults on Loan

An Inwood building is on the auction block after its owner defaulted on a $2 million loan to cover its maintenance.

Harlem »

Harlem's National Black Theater Scammed by Investors, Report Says

The longstanding theater is in foreclosure after two investors allegedly used funds for other business ventures.

Manhattan »

Sales and Prices Up for Manhattan Homes, Study Finds

Third quarter home values increased by 10 percent while sales increased by 25 compared to the same period last year.