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First-Time Home Buyers Who Did It on Their Own
Buying a first home can be daunting, especially in New York City, but some can manage it on their own — without family help or a timely inheritance.

Ask Real Estate: How Do I Buy My Sublet?
The tenant is preapproved for a mortgage and doesn’t mind that the place needs work — but that might not be enough to persuade an absentee landlord.

A First-Time Buyer’s Cheat Sheet
Things every first-time buyer should know.

Trump Policy Impact on Real Estate Still Unclear
A few months into the Trump presidency, foreign real estate investment in his hometown continues to be strong, but there are skeptics.

What Social Work Taught Me About Selling Real Estate
Brokers with professional counseling experience understand better than anyone that buying a home can be an emotional land mine.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
Properties in the Financial District, the Gramercy area, and Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week’s listings include a farmhouse in Westport, Conn., and a five-bedroom in Lattingtown, N.Y.

Shopping Guide: Shopping for Vases
With the right vase, any flower — even a dandelion — can look good.

Calculator: Who’s Buying a First Home?
The statistics on who the first-time buyers are in the United States.

The High End: A New Look for Building Canopies
To differentiate their buildings, developers are commissioning unique canopies to make the entrances to their buildings stand out.

360 View: The Dreaded Co-op Board Application Goes Online
The package, which often runs hundreds of pages, can now be done with an app. Some love the change, but others prefer the comfort of a hard copy.

What You Get: $1.8 Million Homes in Colorado, Pennsylvania and Minnesota
A turreted home in Denver; a 1911 stone house in Philadelphia; and a Tudor in Minneapolis.

The Hunt: Something Quiet on the Upper West Side
An Upper West Side renter decides to buy a place that faces the back, away from blaring sirens on the street.

Living In: Fort George, Manhattan: Nosebleed Heights and Down-to-Earth Prices
Its history of drug crimes in the past, Fort George is attracting young buyers and renters priced out of Brooklyn and other parts of Manhattan.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... São Paulo
The real estate market in Brazil is still recovering from the country’s recent economic and political turmoil.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $750,000
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

On the Market in New York City
This weeks homes are in the Financial District, Gramercy and Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.

On the Market in the New York Region
This week’s listings include a farmhouse in Westport, Conn., and a five-bedroom in Lattingtown, N.Y.

F.Y.I.: For a Haberdasher’s Castle in Midtown, a Final Tip of the Hat
Finchley’s Castle, an unusual building on Fifth Avenue that was torn down in March, was not really a castle at all.

Ontario Hopes Tax on Non-Canadians Buying Toronto Homes Will Temper Prices
Buyers who are not residents or citizens of Canada will pay 15 percent more for a house in the city, where prices have risen 33 percent in a year.

Garden Views From Every Room in São Paulo
A renovated four-bedroom 1970 house designed to let the outside in is on the market for $2.078 million.

$1.8 Million Homes in Colorado, Pennsylvania and Minnesota
In Denver, a home with a beamed great room with a grand fireplace; in Philadelphia, a stone house designed just after the turn of the last century; and in Minneapolis, a Tudor with leaded-glass windows.

Living in Fort George
Its history of drug crimes in the past, Fort George is attracting young buyers and renters priced out of Brooklyn and other parts of Manhattan.

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

Square Feet: Amid Delays, Hong Kong’s Ambitious Museum Plan Takes Shape
The government is heavily promoting the M+ museum, set to open two years behind schedule in 2019, but questions of curatorial independence remain.

Chapel That Survived Sept. 11 Attacks May Not Survive Rent Increase
A chapel across from the World Trade Center, St. Joseph’s, was a command station for emergency workers. But rising rents may force it to close.



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