For his first home purchase, a resourceful renter stockpiled a down payment and looked for the ideal spot to invest it.
An 1896 Beaux-Arts mansion in St. Louis, a Spanish-style home in Pasadena and a 1923 stone house in Washington.
Many are becoming first-time and first-generation homeowners by pooling their family’s resources to buy as a unit.
A family living on the Saint Regis Mohawk Reservation in upstate New York waded through a morass of federal loan programs for their first home. The result was bittersweet.
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Instead of rolling down roads, their motorboat floats down rivers — and it’s as cozy as a woodland cabin. Think of it as a floating R.V.
Taking their second shot at an upstate New York home, a couple went looking for a place with space for art supplies, music gear and chickens.
Mr. Erwitt, who died last year, moved to the Brentmore more than 50 years ago. His estate has listed the co-op for $11.5 million and the studio for $2.3 million.