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Park Slope »

Sales prices jumped 7.5 percent in Brooklyn and 10 percent in Queens, an Elliman report found.

TriBeCa »

The average price of $1.96 million was 4 percent lower than a year ago, Halstead found.

Midtown »

Average rents in northwest Queens shot up more than 8 percent, according to the survey. 

Bed-Stuy »

The quarterly median sales price of homes in Brooklyn and Queens jumped 20 and 10 percent, respectively.

Boerum Hill »

Bidding wars are less common and sellers are offering discounts, but prices remain high.

Central Harlem »

Houdini lived in the home for more than two decades before his death in 1926. 

East Harlem »

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

Financial District »

Rents are down and inventory is up, but fewer leases are being signed, a report shows.

Upper West Side »

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

Gowanus »

Larger apartments saw bigger price dips and more landlord concessions, a report found.    

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side co-op sales fell 17 percent, a recent report shows.

Riverdale »

Real estate firm Douglas Elliman released its first ever market report on Riverdale Thursday.

Kensington »

Prices were up and inventory was down in Brooklyn and Queens, according to Douglas Elliman.

TriBeCa »

Bidding wars cooled down and buyers regained leverage in Manhattan's market for home sales, experts say.

Chelsea »

From yoga in vacant units to garden plots for your own herbs, buildings want residents to de-stress.