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Homes That Sold for Around $1.35 Million

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

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My Landlord Won’t Replace My Refrigerator. What Can I Do?

You could sue your landlord to get it fixed, or buy one on your own, even if your lease doesn’t allow for it.

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How Much Did That New Kitchen Cost? No One’s Going to Tell You.

Trying to get a ballpark figure for home improvements often leaves us wandering through conversations built on euphemisms.

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You Love That House, but Should You Write a Love Letter?

A common practice in real estate is coming under new scrutiny because of concerns about discrimination. And one state has made it illegal.

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Two New York Newbies Dive Into Midtown Manhattan. Which Apartment Would You Choose?

After years of visiting the city to see their children and grandchildren, a retired couple decided to put down roots in New York. But could they find a balance of comfort and convenience in the center of Manhattan?

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$600,000 Homes in Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri

A stone cottage in Alexandria, a 1915 bungalow in Louisville and a two-bedroom penthouse condominium in St. Louis.

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Murray Hill, Manhattan: Flush With History, Now ‘Seeing a Transformation’

The East Side neighborhood, long a mecca for its nightlife, has suffered in the pandemic. But restaurants are reopening and construction noise is again filling the air.

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Gift Guide for Gardeners

These tools are worth waiting for — even if they arrive late, thanks to supply-chain snarls or shipping delays.

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Sears, Struggling to Sell Goods, Markets a Valuable Asset: Real Estate

Many former stores are being overhauled for new retailers, but developers are installing high-end apartments, cutting-edge classrooms and even labs at sites around the country.

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Santa Claus’s Real Estate Is Booming

Is it any surprise that places where it’s ‘Christmas all the time’ have been attracting a record number of buyers during the pandemic?