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Carroll Gardens »

Carroll Gardens and Kensington are tougher for buyers than Williamsburg and Midtown, StreetEasy found.

TriBeCa »

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

West Village »

Renters want to live in the West Village, and romance-seekers want to date Villagers, Streeteasy found.

Upper East Side »

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

Greenpoint »

The most popular price point was between $400,000 and $600,000, Streeteasy found.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Residents are leaving the East Village and heading to Hell's Kitchen, a study found.

Yorkville »

Real estate experts say it's largely to do with the Second Avenue Subway.

Washington Heights »

Upper Manhattan rents and sales prices grew faster than other areas, StreetEasy found.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene was named the city's second "hottest" neighborhood to live in next year.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

StreetEasy crunched data on sales, rentals, population and listing views to make its predictions.

Kingsbridge »

The neighborhood offers New Yorkers affordability and close proximity to the subway, StreetEasy said.

Upper West Side »

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

Washington Heights »

Price growth in Manhattan, Brooklyn returned to a slower pace after 4 frenetic years, StreetEasy found.

Jamaica »

Homes in Jamaica are often cheaper than in other parts of the city.

Jamaica »

Hope Knight, executive director of Greater Jamaica, discusses new developments in the neighborhood.