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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.

East Harlem »

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

Midtown »

The share of properties priced above $10 million was the same as those priced below $500,000.

Greenwich Village »

Realtor Donna Olshan's year-end report for 2016 shows an 18 percent decline in sales from 2015.

Park Slope »

A co-op, a condo and a townhouse that creatively work brick into the interior design.

Gramercy »

Rate hikes affect purchasing power but also might change the dynamics of the NYC market.

Clinton Hill »

A Clinton Hill "treehouse," an UWS garden duplex and a Cobble Hill "cottage" offer urban oases.

Upper East Side »

Foreign buyers and others seeking luxurious part-time digs want furnished apartments, brokers said.

Carnegie Hill »

Victoria Hagen, Jonathan Adler and Mariette Himes Gomez are among top designers teaming with developers.

New York City »

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