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Tiny apartment? Crushing prices? Unforgiving city? Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or just improve your quality-of-life, Apartmentality has everything you need to know.

Red Hook »

It's a myth that buying a condo means you don't have to be involved in your building's community.

Upper East Side »

As the technology for 3-D tours has become cheaper, more real estate agents are using virtual tours.

Woodside »

Emotions can run high when sellers are dealing with "the last vestige of their loved one."  

Williamsburg »

These eco-minded, socially aware Brooklyn companies make furniture, wallpaper, lighting and counters.

Long Island City »

Long Island City's new buildings are forcing landlords to make changes in Midtown East, experts say.

Jamaica »

The median price to rent a room was $1,200 a month, according to roommate app Roomi.

Brooklyn Heights »

Many high-end homes on the market these days are staged with teepees in kids' rooms.

Carroll Gardens »

Eco-friendly, high-tech touches include Tesla charging station and a driveway snow-melt system.

Downtown Brooklyn »

StreetEasy is facing competition from upstarts and a new service from the Real Estate Board of New York.

Upper West Side »

Rentlogic's new software lets house hunters see a building's rating regardless of what website they use.

Financial District »

Joinery's rental search platform lets renters find homes through tenants moving out instead of agents.

Red Hook »

With an uptick of app-based ride hails and a rise in deliveries, NYC faces new environmental challenges.

Gramercy »

The Rent Guidelines Board is expected to raise rents, but in small increments.

Washington Heights »

The Asthma Free Homes Bill would would strengthens laws to fix triggers like roaches, mice and mold.