Getting a house around the tri-state area is getting harder and harder for some buyers, with inventory low and prices soaring. Some new homeowners are even starting to regret their decision.
You don’t know the power of the dark side! But for $4.3 million, you most likely will as one massive Houston home just hit the market.
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.
While many businesses have slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the home-building industry has seen a boom — but it could be at risk due to a lumber shortage that has triggered skyrocketing prices for the material.
The Department of Justice is fighting to keep a national eviction moratorium in place after a federal judge invalidated the measure that aids financially strapped tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A man has been avoiding eviction from his Long Island home for more than two decades after making only one mortgage payment and repeatedly battling banks and realtors in court, according to court documents.
Home prices have skyrocketed throughout the pandemic, but so has the cost of the materials needed to build and improve them.
UrbanDigs reports landlords have now shelved 50% of Manhattan's unrented apartments. The real estate world refers to this as "warehousing."
About 59% of homes that went under contract had an accepted offer within two weeks of hitting the market.
Sen. Chuck Schumer has objected to a FEMA plan to revise federal flood insurance rates. Some Long Island homeowners say they are worried they could face huge hikes in their insurance rates.
JetBlue Airways was founded in Queens more than two decades ago. But due to the shift to working from home, the airline is considering rethinking its real estate needs.
A luxury home in the same New York City skyscraper where America’s most expensive home was purchased has sold on Billionaire's Row.
Real estate broker Alexander Zahkarin, who has more than 78,000 followers on TikTok, says the platform is a great way to showcase his listings.
Apartment hunters are looking for deals on rentals with lots of amenities.
People looking for a new place to live in the New York area really want amenities. And landlords are giving them what they want. A pair of buildings in New Jersey offers a movie theater, a bowling center, a swimming pool, and more.
Between empty storefronts, office buildings and businesses hanging on by a thread, New York City's commercial real estate market has been left reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Jersey's urban communities are drawing renters fleeing New York City. These younger professionals are attracted by more affordable rents on spacious apartments with a lot of amenities while still being part of an urban lifestyle.
Landlord concessions, historically low rents, and the coming of a vaccine have resulted in months of records for new-lease signings in this city.
A 3D printed house on Long Island is on the market.
According to experts, it will be 3-5 years until rents in some parts of New York City return to their pre-pandemic averages.