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Washington Heights »

MAP: See Where New College Graduates Can Afford an Apartment

Pay attention, grads-to-be: You can make it here, but you'll probably need a few roommates.

Upper West Side »

Number of Manhattan Homes for Sale Hit a Record Low, Report Says

Manhattan's housing inventory hit a record low in the first quarter of 2015, Streeteasy found.

Inwood »

MAP: Where Can the Average New Yorker Afford a Studio Apartment?

Inwood, Riverdale and Bay Ridge are among the remaining neighborhoods with affordable apartments.

Bed-Stuy »

Want Your Apartment to Sell Faster? Use These Buzzwords

Terms like "Farmers Market," "French Doors," and "Foyer" help drive up interest, StreetEasy found.

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.

Bed-Stuy »

15 Predictions for NYC's Housing Market in 2015

Expect a shift in the strategies of developers in 2015, including a focus on all things smaller.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Projected to Be Among Hottest NYC Nabes With 72 Percent Price Jump

Sales prices in the neighborhood increased from $170,000 in 2013 to $292,663 this year.

Red Hook »

Converted Red Hook Building's 1-Bedroom Condo Listed for $3.8M

Ten units at the former New York Dock building at 160 Imlay St. hit the market this week.

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.

SoHo »

Manhattan Condos Saw Biggest Price Drop in Nearly 4 Years, Report Says

Manhattan condo prices may have finally hit a ceiling, according to StreetEasy.

Upper East Side »

Manhattan's Real Estate Prices Reach Record $1,363 a Square Foot

Tight inventory pushed the price to record levels, according to a market report.

SoHo »

Five Tech Firms That Are Trying to Change City Real Estate

Technology is making house hunting in New York City a sport all about data and speed.

Hudson Heights »

Rising Mortgage Rates Blamed for Spike in Broken Contracts, Experts Say

The third quarter saw a record number of broken contracts, according to StreetEasy.

Flatiron »

Tumultuous Real Estate Market About to Settle Down, Experts Say

As mortgage rates rise, more inventory is expected as more people qualify for credit, experts say.

TriBeCa »

Luxury Rental Developer Creates Own Bike Share for Residents

Related Companies, a developer of luxury real estate, launched its own bike share program.