It's the first of the month, and everybody knows the rent's due. For millions of Americans, Wednesday is the first time the landlord is knocking on the door since the coronavirus outbreak turned the economy upside down.
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, many people are worried about the future of the real estate market.
The Waldorf Astoria is one of New York's most famous and maybe even more infamous landmarks.
A court ruling on a skyscraper under construction could affect future development.
Berlin is freezing the rents of 1.5 million apartments for the next five years starting this Sunday in a controversial move to control the exploding costs that have forced many to move outside Germany's capital city.
You will still need to pay a real estate broker's fee for now.
In a move that could upend New York City’s rental market, New York state regulators have decided tenants are no longer on the hook for broker fees.
A mansion in California is being called the "most expensive home in America" after it hit the market for a mere $500M.
"The One," a $500M mansion in California has hit the real estate market and is being called the most expensive home in America.
With a little help from Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Queens Chamber of Commerce, beloved 190-year-old Queens bar Neir’s will not be closing anytime soon.
Beloved neighborhood bar Neir's in Queens has been saved from closing after 190 years in business.
Neir's Tavern is known as "the most famous bar you've never heard of." It has been a staple in the neighborhood but will close its doors for good on Sunday.
Harry Potter fans will no doubt line up to check out a Wizarding World store that will open in Midtown Manhattan.
The city of Auburn, New York, is selling a massive Victorian home for $50,000 - but only if interested buyers can provide a full restoration plan for the residence.
Take a look at the most expensive piece of real estate ever sold in California history!
A San Francisco Bay Area city official wants to explore the possibility of using a cruise ship to house up to 1,000 homeless people amid a high cost of living and a shortage of housing.
The real estate firm said the average employee will receive $50,000.
Large commercial and residential buildings in New York City will begin posting letter grades indicating how green they are.
The median age of people buying homes in the United States has risen to 47 years old, up from 31 years old in 1981, according to a new report released by the National Association of Realtors.
12.3 percent of millennials plan to “always rent” instead of owning a home.