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The typical New York City renter is likely to spend 65 percent of income on rent, StreetEasy said.

Midtown »

Streeteasy found that a few particular buzzwords help to move listings faster.

Fort Greene »

Median prices in Northwest Brooklyn, from DUMBO to Gowanus, will dip this year, Streeteasy predicts.

Bed-Stuy »

Neighborhoods like Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights had a combined median resale price of $494,564 in January.

SoHo »

A Streeteasy report found it made financial sense to consider buying if you're planning to stay 5 years.

Chelsea »

Manhattan price growth is expected to be below 1 percent; Brooklyn about 4 percent, StreetEasy says.

Forest Hills »

StreetEasy crunched data on the most affordable areas for "typical" first-time buyers spending $524K.

Upper West Side »

More developers are catering to the growing market of dog-owning real-estate seekers.

Bed-Stuy »

Sunset Park, Park Slope and other Brooklyn neighborhoods dominated StreetEasy's most walk-ups list.

Jamaica »

Real estate experts believe Jamaica will be the next hot spot in the city.

Pelham Parkway »

The area will be the third hottest real estate market in the city, according to StreetEasy.

Jamaica »

StreetEasy predicts that Queens will see a surge of new demand in 2016.

Carnegie Hill »

Brooklynites are the best delivery tippers, according to StreetEasy and Seamless.

Upper East Side »

Manhattan and Brooklyn sales prices and rents continue to rise at a record pace, StreetEasy found.