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Homes That Sold for Around $975,000
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Can I Leave My Co-op to My Heirs?
In most cases, a co-op board has enormous latitude to approve or deny the transfer of a unit’s shares and proprietary lease.
Living With Grandparents: Cross-Generational Homes Bring Families Together
More young adults are moving in with their grandparents, in a trend known as “skipped-generation” households.
A Mansion With Hermès Leather Walls Sells for $48 Million
The palatial home, at 8 East 62nd Street, was the most expensive closed sale in New York City this month. Other closings included one of Brooklyn’s priciest properties.
Buying a Westchester House ‘for the Dogs,’ but Could They Survive a Bidding War?
A young couple with two rescue pups sought a starter house somewhere in southern Westchester County.
Buying a Westchester House ‘for the Dogs,’ but Could They Survive a Bidding War?
House Hunting in Ireland: Bayside Serenity in County Cork for $1.3 Million
A spate of 2021 sales across Ireland has left a scant supply of homes, with many city dwellers taking their remote work to the country.
Living In ... Athens, N.Y.
With historic architecture, stunning river views and a lower-key vibe than other upstate areas, this Greene County community is growing in popularity.
Living In ... Athens, N.Y.
$380,000 Homes in Texas, Maryland and New Jersey
A Victorian cottage in Galveston, a 1900 rowhouse in Baltimore and a one-bedroom apartment in Jersey City.
Athens, N.Y.: A ‘Perfect Combination of Old and New’ on the Hudson
With historic architecture, stunning river views and a lower-key vibe than other upstate areas, this Greene County community is growing in popularity.
Trying to Control Leafminers? Don’t Bother.
Don’t jump to the conclusion that those mysterious marks are evidence of disease. They may be leaf mines or galls — and that’s a good thing.
At Home With Jacques Pépin
The celebrated chef has a Connecticut property with two kitchens, an herb-and-vegetable garden and a
At Home With Jacques Pépin
At 86, Jacques Pépin Isn’t Slowing Down
The celebrated chef lives in Madison, Conn., on a property with two kitchens, an herb-and-vegetable garden and a dog named Gaston. And yes, he has a new cookbook out.
A Brooklyn Top-Floor Loft for $500 a Month
Jens Rasmussen and Maria Aparo couldn’t walk away from Mr. Rasmussen’s spacious loft in Greenpoint, which is covered under New York’s 1982 Loft Law.
$750,000 Homes in California
A Spanish-style cottage in Los Angeles, a two-bedroom home in Sonoma and a fully furnished 1991 house in Joshua Tree.
The Jacob Dangler House Has Become Rubble. Residents Ask: How, and Why?
Despite pleas, protests and petitions, a developer tore down the 120-year-old Jacob Dangler House. Residents are still reflecting on what happened.
Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Moving? Here’s How to Keep Your Costs Low.
In August, the average cost of a local move in the United States reached a record high of $454, up 12 percent from a year ago, according to one analysis.
My Condo Has No Gas. Can I Get a Discount?
The law requires every building owner to provide residents with gas or electricity for cooking. Financial remedies are a more complicated matter.
New Real Estate Developments in NYC: More Floors, Less Apartments
New boutique condo towers, some with fewer apartments than the buildings they replace, are squandering high-density sites in Manhattan, urban planners say.
Homes for Sale in the Bronx and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in Spuyten Duyvil, Yorkville and Midtown.
Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s homes are a six-bedroom in Mount Vernon, N.Y., and a four-bedroom in Stockton, N.J.
How to Beat High Mortgage Interest Rates
Consider loans with shorter terms and tactics that build equity.
They Wanted Good Light and a Dog Park. But the Front Door Could Not Face South.
Two first-time buyers searched the Brooklyn waterfront for a place where they could start a family.
They Wanted Good Light and a Dog Park. But the Front Door Could Not Face South.
Living In ... Ansonia, Conn.
This former manufacturing center in New Haven County is gaining popularity with New Yorkers, thanks to its affordability and access to Metro-North.
Living In ... Ansonia, Conn.
Ansonia, Conn.: A Small City With a Sense of History
This former manufacturing center in New Haven County is gaining popularity with New Yorkers, thanks to its relative affordability and access to Metro-North.
$1.1 Million Homes in Pennsylvania, Oregon and Kentucky
An 1861 house in New Hope, a Craftsman bungalow in Portland and a converted 1794 schoolhouse in Greensburg.
House Hunting in France: A Chateau Outside Bergerac
The rural Dordogne department of France “remains the most sought-after of French countryside house-buying destinations,” agents say.
What to Do if You See a Spongy Moth (or Its Very Hungry Caterpillars)
The invasive spongy moth and its caterpillars can decimate a garden. Here’s how to fight back.
A Buyer With a Vision Builds Her Own Hamptons Home
Dismayed by overpriced Hamptons real estate — ‘and nothing was really what I wanted’ — she decided to build her own house instead of buying one.
A Buyer With a Vision Builds Her Own Hamptons Home
One Frustrated Hamptons Buyer Opts for an Alternative: Build It Yourself
Dismayed by overpriced Hamptons real estate — ‘and nothing was really what I wanted’ — she decided to design her own house instead of buying one.
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