Judge Approves $418 Million Settlement That Will Change Real Estate Commissions

Home sellers will no longer be required to offer commission to a buyer’s agent when they sell their property, under an agreement with the National Association of Realtors.

Hey, New Yorkers: Do You Live Next to an Elevated Train Line?

Love or hate the elevated train right outside your window? Tell us about your experience.

How to Create a Luxurious Walk-In Shower

Here’s how to make your morning shower more luxurious.

$4.2 Million Homes in California

A three-bedroom home in La Jolla, a renovated retreat in Palm Springs and an Edwardian house in San Francisco.

Co-op Assessment Fees: Do You Have to Pay What They Say?

Courts allow co-op boards significant power over building finances, including assessments — if the fees are in ‘good faith.’

Biggest Reasons to Invest in Coconut Grove Real Estate

Nestled in the vibrant city of Miami, Coconut Grove stands out as a gem in real estate investment. With its lush landscapes, rich history, and thriving community, Coconut Grove offers many opportunities for investors seeking stability and growth. In this article, we'll delve into the biggest reasons why investing in Coconut Grove real estate is a s...




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How Alexico's $180 Million Deal With St. Francis College Fell Apart

A landowner named Hezekiah Beers Pierrepont started selling plots of his Brooklyn land in the 1820s restricted by eight-foot setbacks still in effect today, rankling modern developers.

$1.1 Million Homes in Amsterdam

A three-bedroom houseboat, a duplex in a 19th-century brick building and a renovated townhouse with a roof terrace.

David Saint, a Theater Veteran, Selling His East Village Duplex

David Saint, a theater director and a producer of the 2021 film version of “West Side Story,” is selling his duplex with a wraparound terrace in the East Village.

Shigeru Ban Displays a New Version of His Paper Log House at the Glass House

A new version of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s Paper Log House is on display at the Glass House in New Canaan, Conn.

‘No One Retires to California,’ They Thought. But Their Grandchildren Beckoned Them to the Bay Area.

After decades in Arizona, a couple relocated to the San Francisco Peninsula, where they hoped to find a single-level home with no stairs and plenty of room to host family.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens

This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Gramercy Park and in Long Island City.

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties are a four-bedroom in Mount Kisco, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Glen Ridge, N.J.

Who’s Had a Harder Time Buying a Home: You or Your Parents?

New research shows that the gap between income and home values has grown at an astounding rate over the past 50 years.

$1.4 Million Homes in North Carolina, Idaho and Connecticut

A Tudor Revival cottage in Biltmore Forest, a ranch house and guesthouse in Boise and a 1991 home in Kent.

An Expert’s Must-Read List of Gardening Newsletters

A horticulture expert shares his must-read list.

An Upper West Side Home With Wallpaper Murals and Terrazzo Everywhere

“We were pushing it,” the architect said of the design, which includes a hidden playroom and a soaking tub where you wouldn’t expect it.

The Fever Dream of Landing an Apartment

A woman with a young son started looking for a place before her lease expired, but even her most far-fetched solutions — Buy an RV? — haven’t panned out.

$1.8 Million Homes in California

A three-bedroom house in Calistoga, a Cape Cod-style home in Long Beach and a 1927 cottage in Mill Valley.

On Airbnb and Vrbo, Competing Hosts Scramble to Offer ‘Experiences’

More hosts are fighting over fewer guests, driving down prices and forcing the hosts to find creative ways to entice renters.

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