$2.4 Million Homes in California

A Craftsman bungalow in Altadena, a three-bedroom condominium in San Francisco and a renovated midcentury house in Sausalito.

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What Is a Flip Tax, and Who Has to Pay It?

Flip taxes, also known as a transfer fees, help co-op buildings raise money for repairs and improvements, and they must be described in your governing documents.

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$1.5 Million Homes in Prague

A three-bedroom loft in an revamped factory, a two-bedroom apartment in a 16th-century house, and a detached villa in a leafy residential area.

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The Bailey Mansion in Harlem Is Transformed by a Couple’s Renovation

The Harlem home of the circus impresario James A. Bailey is being restored, detail by detail, by a couple who are learning the job as they go along.

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It Was ‘Love at First Sight’ in the Heart of Rome. But for Which Apartment?

A recently married couple moved to the Italian capital in search of a two-bedroom with a terrace in a central neighborhood. What would their $950,000 budget afford?

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Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

This week’s properties are in the West Village, Yorkville and North Riverdale.

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Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Millstone, N.J., and Brewster, N.Y.

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What’s the Best City for New College Graduates?

A recent study ranked 100 of the largest U.S. cities based on median rents, job opportunities and social metrics.

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$400,000 Homes in New York, Mississippi and Maryland

An 1860 rowhouse in Catskill, a Queen Anne Revival home in Holly Springs and a 19th-century farmhouse in Westminster.

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How One Couple Turned Their Backyard Into an Arboretum

Their passion for fruit you’ve never heard of started small. Now they have a botanical garden that’s open to the public.

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How to Stay Cool Indoors During the Heat Wave

With temperatures climbing this week, here’s how to be comfortable in your home — with or without air-conditioning.

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Is It Storage or Art? If It’s Hard to Tell, You’re Doing It Right.

The best open storage adds personality to a room. Here’s how it’s done.

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Real Estate Brokerage Shaken by Sexual Assault Claims Against Alexander Brothers

A co-founder of a brokerage that caters to the ultrawealthy and his twin brother face allegations that they sexually assaulted women. They have denied wrongdoing.

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$1.4 Million Homes in California

A 1949 cottage in Lake Arrowhead, a Spanish-style home in Los Angeles and a Craftsman house in Berkeley.

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Looking for Friends? How About 23 Housemates?

An engineer who moved from London to New York was planning to live alone, but ended up doing just the opposite — and loving it.

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What is a ‘Zombie Mortgage’?

Has your mortgage come back from the dead? It probably wasn’t really gone, it was likely just hiding.

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A Look at One Way California Is Tackling Homelessness

As the Supreme Court weighs whether cities can criminalize sleeping outdoors or in tents, Los Angeles is attempting to combat homelessness with tiny homes that some people criticize as inadequate and even ‘inhumane.’

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How Can You Get a Closer Look at Your Co-op’s Expenses?

Shareholders have a right to know about the building’s expenses, and there are ways to look inside the books.

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Can Tiny Homes Help Combat Homelessness?

As the Supreme Court weighs whether cities can criminalize sleeping outdoors or in tents, Los Angeles is attempting to combat homelessness with tiny homes criticized by some as ‘inhumane.’

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Derek Jeter (Finally) Snags a Buyer for His New York Castle

The Yankees legend initially put the compound on the market in 2018 for $14.25 million. This time, the asking price was $6.3 million.

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