First Night Essentials: What to Pack for Your Move-In Day Survival Kit

Moving day can be both exciting and overwhelming. Amidst the chaos of unpacking and settling into a new place, it's easy to overlook the immediate necessities for your first night. That's why having a well-prepared move-in day survival kit is crucial. This guide will cover what to pack for your move-in day, ensuring a smooth and stress-free transit...

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A Manhattan Apartment Full of Salvaged Finds

A hands-on renovation during the early part of the pandemic produced a place to call home that doubles as a home office.

$5 Million Homes in California

A four-bedroom house with a detached studio in Los Angeles, a 1907 Mediterranean-style home in San Francisco and a French Country-style retreat in Sonoma.

My Co-op Won’t Accommodate My Hearing Disability. How Do I Force the Issue?

Accommodations for shareholders are required by law, and your building needs to take action.

Judge Judy’s Manhattan Duplex Is Listed for $9.5 Million

Judith Sheindlin and her husband’s Manhattan penthouse at 14 Sutton Place South is for sale for the first time in a decade.

$750,000 Homes in Barbados

A colonial-style townhouse, a four-bedroom house with a turret and koi pond, and a one-bedroom condominium in a beachfront midrise.

The Architects Behind These Hamptons Beach Houses

An architectural firm waited years to design for clients who wanted a modern look in the Hamptons — it uses the sky, the ocean and dunes as muses.

She Realized Her American Dream With a Hamptons House. Which One Did She Buy?

The French-born, California-based owner of a fashion brand wanted a house that could accommodate visits from her three sons and also serve as a rental property.

Homes for Sale in New Jersey and New York

This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Upper Saddle River, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Bronxville, N.Y.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

This week’s properties are in Yorkville, Kips Bay and Park Slope.

Houses Up, Condos Down. What’s Selling in the Hamptons These Days?

Prices, sales and available homes have all increased during the year, largely driven by high-end properties. But condo prices are sagging.

What’s It Like Living Near Elevated Trains? Share Your Photos and Videos.

Here’s how to share shots and footage with The New York Times for a story featuring those who live near overhead trains in New York City.

To See the Past and Predict the Future, Try ‘Reading’ a Landscape

How well do you know your own backyard? Noah Charney thinks you should take another look.

$1.6 Million Homes in North Carolina, Florida and Rhode Island

An 1880 Queen Anne Revival home in Durham, a two-bedroom condominium in Palm Beach and a modern farmhouse with a detached studio in Barrington.

‘Selling the Hamptons’: Real Estate Drama on Long Island

On the reality TV show, a motley crew of camera-ready real estate agents navigates the cutthroat market of multimillion dollar houses.

An East Hampton Home Tailor-Made for Donna Lennard, the Owner of Il Buco

When Donna Lennard bought the house, ‘it was an adorable cottage’ surrounded by water. Now it’s even better.

Have a Small Outdoor Space and a Budget to Match? Follow These 7 Rules.

Here’s how to make the most of an outdoor space in the city — even if it’s small, awkwardly shaped or hemmed in by other buildings.

The Power of Video in Real Estate

Real Estate Professionals face unique challenges in connecting with potential buyers and sellers. One tool that has proven to be a game-changer in this industry is video. Let's dive into why video is so powerful and how it can transform your real estate business.Why Video is a Game-ChangerVideo is an incredibly engaging medium. It allows real estat...

Using Video In Your Real Estate Business is Critical

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$1.5 Million Homes in California

A Spanish-style house in Los Angeles, a Craftsman bungalow with a guest apartment in Sacramento and a two-bedroom home with a guesthouse in San Diego.

He Wanted to Go Back Home to the Hamptons. Could He Afford It?

A man who struggled to find housing in East Hampton has turned his experience into a podcast, and many of his guests are ‘navigating the waters of trying to make a living here.’

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