In situations where people have died and their estate is in court, fixing a problem in their former apartment is legally complex.
Once a necessity, fireplaces are now an indulgence in New York City.
With a little house in The Hague, a compact getaway on the Italian island of Sardinia and a well-designed camper van, who needs a conventional home?
A new Harvard report says 22.4 million households in the United States now spend more than 30 percent of their income in rent, with 12.1 million spending more than 50 percent.
Life in Cambridge, Mass., wasn’t working out, so two parents introduced their daughter, who has cerebral palsy, to a new city and a new way of life.
The New York Times is looking to talk to people about how they divided their property assets during a divorce.
With the housing crisis worsening and homelessness on the rise, some people have resorted to living out of storage units. Please contact us if you have.
An 1856 estate in Keswick, a six-bedroom compound on Nantucket and a Colonial Revival house in Hinsdale.
The National Association of Realtors is facing antitrust lawsuits and sexual harassment allegations, and real estate agents are now looking for alternatives.
It’s not as scary as it sounds: ‘It’s just joyful and really easy to live in.’
Mauricio Umansky, a celebrity agent, and Jason Haber, a vocal critic of N.A.R., say it’s time for an alternative to the longtime organization.
A working intercom isn’t just a convenience when visitors or food deliveries arrive — it’s a legal requirement in most buildings.
Most children have a lot of stuff, and they aren’t always inclined to tidy it up. Here’s how to embrace the abundance — and create tools to manage it.
After her husband died, a retired librarian decided to leave their townhouse and strike out on her own in a one-bedroom apartment nearby. Here’s what she found for around $800,000.