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Upper East Side »

These four digital tools help New York City buyers and renters envision if a new home is a good fit.

Boerum Hill »

Home prices in brownstone and north Brooklyn were up 13 percent during 2013, a report shows.

Upper East Side »

The sales prices for UES apartments increased significantly in the third quarter of 2013, reports showed.

Upper East Side »

Manhattan rents dropped 3 percent in a year, while Brooklyn rents rose nearly 4 percent, a report said.

Upper East Side »

Median rents on the UES have gone down to $2,200, the fourth drop in five months, reports show.

Upper East Side »

Maisonettes on the ground floor of residential buildings are being reclaimed as apartments, experts say.

Financial District »

High-end neighborhoods in Queens and Manhattan are hot, despite being hit by the storm, brokers said.

Williamsburg »

Manhattan's median rental price has slipped since 2012, a real estate report released Thursday said.

TriBeCa »

Real estate experts say there are no standards for measuring apartment square footage.

Upper East Side »

Low appraisals have become a byproduct of the fast paced market with low inventory, experts said.

TriBeCa »

Traditional boundaries are being expanded as developers take advantage of "neighborhood creep."

West Village »

Renters are opting to renew leases instead of making a move, real estate experts say.

Long Island City »

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

Flatiron »

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

New York City »

Brokers give tips on renting versus buying and tell which Brooklyn neighborhoods are hot.