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How Mortgage Rate Hikes Could Help or Hurt Your Chances of Buying

Rate hikes affect purchasing power but also might change the dynamics of the NYC market.

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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.

Bed-Stuy »

If you're planning to remodel your NYC apartment, these tips could help you find the right contractor.

Financial District »

Spring is almost here — take some time to brighten up your apartment with these tips.

Clinton Hill »

After a cold, sleepy winter, buyers will be out in full force this spring. Here's what you need to know.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Downtown Brooklyn »

It's not enough to have gyms and playrooms, luxury buildings are also adding a full schedule of classes.

East Village »

Brokers often get an inside look at the strength of a couple's foundation when house hunting.

Williamsburg »

The development boom leads to a plethora of hotels looking to offer "unique" experiences.  

Park Slope »

Tracking in salt and other de-icers used in this wintry weather can be bad for your feet and floors.

Murray Hill »

Renovating your home can add to its value — when done smartly. Experts share tips on rehab projects.

Bushwick »

As townhouses under $1M in areas like Bed-Stuy become rare, Ocean Hill and East Flatbush are next up.

Sunset Park »

Tech will still be a big player in the office market, and spaces will reflect its culture of free lunch.

Financial District »

Throwing computers, old iPods and TVs in the trash will soon be banned across NYC.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Union Square »

Why are brokers who've done deals in all five boroughs so rare? Hear from the EGOTs of NYC real estate.