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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.

West Village »

New York is the No. 1 pick for college students to move after graduation, a study found.

Midtown East »

Brokers say international buyers are putting plans on hold because of uncertainty with visa policies.

Boerum Hill »

To lure renters, landlords are allowing multiple dogs, bigger dogs and lower pet fees, experts said.

Long Island City »

While developers laud the state's new 421-a tax break, advocates say it won't help with affordability.

Gramercy »

Some people break leases early because of construction noise, but others use it as a bargaining chip.

East Harlem »

It's a tale of two Manhattans, as the less expensive areas Uptown see low inventory and brisk sales.

Bedford Park »

Affordable housing projects in the pipeline face big gaps amid dips in a major source of funding.

Jamaica »

JustFix.nyc is piloting an app to help tenant advocates and legal aid attorneys build legal cases.

TriBeCa »

A new pay-to-play tool for brokers on StreetEasy has some asking whether you really need a broker.

High Bridge »

Thousands of New Yorkers are at risk of foreclosure, but funding for prevention help might soon dry up.

Bushwick »

DNAinfo has a guide to some of the city's rental assistance programs and their challenges.

Upper West Side »

From pricing and staging to naming buildings, here's a peek at the psychology behind listings.

Jackson Heights »

Low appraisals have been complicating deals in areas like Jackson Heights and parts of The Bronx.