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TriBeCa »

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

Boerum Hill »

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

Upper West Side »

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

TriBeCa »

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

TriBeCa »

The market for sales and rentals has eased slightly, real estate reports said.

Lower East Side »

The average sales price for Manhattan homes passed the $2 million mark for the first time, reports said.

Chelsea »

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

Upper East Side »

Buyers will be more price conscious, brokers say.

Park Slope »

Staging apartments has become critical for selling homes fast and for higher prices, brokers say.

East Village »

The East Village pad where the former child star lived with boyfriend Olivier Sarkozy is for rent.

Upper West Side »

Manhattan's housing inventory hit a record low in the first quarter of 2015, Streeteasy found.

Prospect Heights »

North and Brownstone Brooklyn's median price hit $970K while Manhattan's median was $900K, reports said.

Chelsea »

The frenzied feel of bidding wars have tempered recently, real estate experts said. 

Nolita »

Some brokers have seen a slowdown in foreign buyers and a shift in investment strategies.

Roosevelt Island »

Unrealistic sellers, novice brokers and other reasons behind a rise in price cuts.