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Ask Real Estate: When a Co-op Neighbor Breaks the Law
Questions about evicting a co-op neighbor; addressing potentially illegal renovations; and bracing yourself for a condo conversion.








The 10 Most Cost-Effective Renovations
Here are some simple home improvements that may offer the most bang for the buck.








On the Market: Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
This week’s properties include co-ops in Midtown East and the Upper West Side and a townhouse in Park Slope.








On the Market: Homes for Sale in Connecticut and Long Island
This week’s properties include a three-bedroom house of dome construction in South Norwalk, Conn., and a four-bedroom ranch in Matinecock.








In Fairfield, the Builders Are Back
After a recession-induced lull, new construction catering to wealthy buyers is back in a big way in Connecticut.


Small Renovations, Big Payoff
Modest home-improvement projects like replacing kitchen cabinet fronts or refinishing hardwood floors can be a better bet than a spare-no-expense renovation when it’s time to sell.


New Tower Tries to Fit Into Sutton Area
The 30-story condominium towers over the traditional walk-ups nearby, but its brick design will also borrow from the neighborhood’s historic flavor.








Mortgages: Renters Are Staying Put
High rents and more affordable mortgages are not persuading more renters to buy, according to a new study.








Big Ticket: A Duplex on the Upper East Side for $18.5 Million
A 7,536-square-foot prewar condominium conversion, with an open layout and north and west Central Park views, was the sale of the week.








Justice Department Sues Quicken Loans Over Mortgages
The government contends that Quicken, one of the nation’s largest mortgage lenders, underwrote hundreds of improper loans through a federal program.








The Hunt: A Fixer-Upper in Riverdale
Renee Nelson, a high school math teacher in the Bronx, searched for a two-bedroom apartment with some outdoor space and indoor parking.








Home Sales Jump to Highest Level in 18 Months
In a sign of a strengthening housing market, in March existing-home sales in the United States increased 6.1 percent to an annual rate of 5.19 million units.


International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Bali
Luxury home prices in Bali rose by 15 percent last year, making it one of the fastest-growing upscale second-home markets in the world.








What You Get: $1.35 Million Homes in Montana, Houston and Virginia Beach
A log house in Montana, a contemporary in Houston and a waterfront modern in Virginia Beach.








Living In: In Chatham, N.J., a Strollable Downtown and Good Schools
The quality of the school district and the old-fashioned Main Street, lined with mom-and-pop shops, draw many young families to the borough.








Block by Block: Carroll Gardens (Video Series)
Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, is the focus of the next video in our new monthly series, “Block by Block.”








The Appraisal: 2 Manhattan Aeries With Hearst’s Imprint Are on the Market
Two penthouses bracketing the Upper West Side between Central and Riverside Parks that the publisher William Randolph Hearst once called home are on the market simultaneously.








Ask Real Estate: Deciding the Fate of a Beloved Tree
Questions about protecting trees owned by co-ops; clearing out a deceased shareholder’s belongings; and withholding fees when a condo is uninhabitable.








After Manhattan Explosion, Family’s Real Estate Business Faces Scrutiny
Building maintenance by the Hrynenko family, which owns several properties in the East Village, is at the center of the investigation into the gas explosion at 121 Second Avenue that killed two men and leveled three buildings.








Big Ticket: A Duplex at One57 for $91.5 Million
The “Winter Garden” duplex penthouse at One57 is the sale of the week, as well as the second highest transaction of a single residence in New York City.










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