Stringent tax laws and higher rates cause slump in sale of the houses in New York.
Days After Amazon Commits to Queens, Condo Sells for a Record
Down payment for homebuyers in Connecticut’s Fairfield County raised to 25% from 20% after being categorizing as distressed.
Amazon ‘Lotto’ Winners in New York and Virginia See Housing Jackpot
Luxury-Loving Manhattan Seniors Will Have a New West Side Tower
Manhattan Rents Are Climbing Again. Blame the Weak Sales Market
Selling a Penthouse to Amazon's Jeff Bezos Is a Queens Broker's Dream
A Manhattan Penthouse Faces Reality, Cuts Price to $62 Million
Queens Gets Its First Billion-Dollar Condo Tower, With 802 Units
Stock Market Beats the Beach as Hamptons Homebuyers Hold Back
Robert Toll Steps Down as Executive Chairman of Toll Brothers
Trump Brand to Be Erased From Another Namesake New York Building
NYC's Related Cos. Sees Future in $3 Billion of Senior Housing
Rent or buy? It’s a common debate among people shopping for a home in New York City.
Manhattan Home Sales Tumble in a Market Clogged With Listings
For developers, the next wave of construction could add to the pressure to find tenants and buyers.
New York City’s home sellers slashed prices on almost 800 listings in a single week this month, the most in at least 12 years.
Publicly traded landlord Equity Residential is marketing two Manhattan apartment buildings.
Manhattan apartment vacancy rate fell to 1.58 percent, down from 2.27 percent a year earlier and the lowest since May 2014.
Greenwich Home Sales Rise as Suburban Buyers See a Tax Advantage
UPS Will Deliver to Your Manhattan Tower, Even When You’re Out