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Despite recent price declines, Swiss housing remains out of reach for many...
A hilltop retreat in Tucson; an 1854 mansion in Providence; and a minimalist...
The statistics on who the first-time buyers are in the United States....
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Properties in the Financial District, Kips Bay and in Greenpoint, Brooklyn....
We calculated how much can millennials save by sharing a larger apartment in six cities....
Staging your home to sell? Or just want to make it look irresistible on social media? Watch in 360 video as a Williamsburg loft is transformed to make it photo-ready....
The Broadway hit’s new Thomas Jefferson offers a tour of his meticulously ordered man cave....
John Freeman Gill, author of “The Gargoyle Hunters,” on rescuing city landmarks in 1970s New York....
First-quarter sales averages and medians were boosted by closings of high-priced newly built homes signed into contract years ago....
The neoclassical brick rowhouse in the West Village has many of its original details, as well as several appealing alterations....
The MoMA PS1 director prefers a window with a view over furniture or art....
A lavish home in a Chelsea building designed by Zaha Hadid and a red-brick townhouse in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, were among the most popular....

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A three-bedroom apartment one block from Lake Geneva in central Vevey is on the market for $4,950,000....
Go ahead and get a little dirty with this meditative practice....
The tenant is preapproved for a mortgage and doesn’t mind that the place needs work — but that might not be enough to persuade an absentee landlord....
Mike Dirnt, bassist for the band Green Day, is ready to beat it out of two coastal California neighborhoods. He’s put homes in Newport Beach and Montecito on the market for $3.8 million and $4.8 million, respectively....
Though Los Angeles employers are concerned that high housing costs are an obstacle to hiring top talent, the Southern California celebrity sphere remains largely immune to such affordability fears. As spring...
A few months into the Trump presidency, foreign real estate investment in his hometown continues to be strong, but there are skeptics....
The package, which often runs hundreds of pages, can now be done with an app. Some love the change, but others prefer the comfort of a hard copy....
With the right vase, any flower — even a dandelion — can look good....
To differentiate their buildings, developers are commissioning unique canopies to make the entrances to their buildings stand out....
Americans bought homes in March at the fastest pace in more than a decade, a strong start to the traditional spring buying season. Sales of existing homes climbed 4.4% last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of...
When the sailing vessel Pilgrim arrived at San Pedro to trade for cattle hides in 1834, seaman Richard Dana was struck by the area’s desolate quietude: It was, he wrote, “entirely bare of trees and even shrubs; and...
That ever-present real estate breed, the home flipper, has spawned a new progeny: flipsters, or hipsters who flip homes — often to a hipster market. If you picture millennial flippers wearing flannel and pork pie hats...
Brokers with professional counseling experience understand better than anyone that buying a home can be an emotional land mine....
Buying a first home can be daunting, especially in New York City, but some can manage it on their own — without family help or a timely inheritance....
Finchley’s Castle, an unusual building on Fifth Avenue that was torn down in March, was not really a castle at all....
Buyers who are not residents or citizens of Canada will pay 15 percent more for a house in the city, where prices have risen 33 percent in a year....
Here’s a look at what’s for sale in the high $800,000s in La Crescenta, Northridge and View Park. LA CRESCENTA: This 1950s single-story has a Cold War relic buried in the backyard: a bomb shelter reached by concrete...
An Upper West Side renter decides to buy a place that faces the back, away from blaring sirens on the street....
A renovated four-bedroom 1970 house designed to let the outside in is on the market for $2.078 million....
In Denver, a home with a beamed great room with a grand fireplace; in Philadelphia, a stone house designed just after the turn of the last century; and in Minneapolis, a Tudor with leaded-glass windows....