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Hamilton Heights »

Price cuts are on the decline amid low inventory, Streeteasy found.

Douglaston »

The neighborhood has no subway service but is surrounded by parks and water and an LIRR station.

Park Slope »

The median home sale price in north and central Brooklyn went up in the first quarter of 2016.

Bed-Stuy »

A sign placed outside a Bed-Stuy home looks to curb unwanted offers to buy the property, the owner said.

Upper East Side »

Home sales were highest in the last quarter of 2015 compared to other areas in the borough, study shows.

Jackson Heights »

An apartment in Jackson Heights' historic district sold for more than $1 million.


Vinegar Hill and Carroll Gardens were also among the most expensive Brooklyn neighborhoods for 2015.

East Village »

The number of transactions for homes worth more than $3 million has been climbing, a report found.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood saw the most home sale activity in the borough with 190 transactions.

Lower East Side »

Homes in the East Village and Lower East Side were on the market for an average of 31 and 36 days.

Crown Heights »

The neighborhood is one of 11 in Brooklyn where buyers are shelling out more than sellers ask.

Jackson Heights »

The semi-detached brick home shattered records for homes in the Jackson Heights historic district.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood topped the borough's list with 183 sales in 2015's second quarter, the report found.

Forest Hills »

The number of sales in the borough significantly increased.

Long Island City »

High prices and bidding wars in Brooklyn are pushing house hunters into Queens, experts say.