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Living In: Breezy Point, Queens: Tested by Hurricane Sandy

Years after the hurricane destroyed 350 homes, the private community has not fully recovered. But there are flip-flops for sale again in the surf shop, and new sand dunes to hide young lovers.
05/24/2017 05:00 AM

What You Get: $2.3 Million Homes in Colorado, South Carolina and Massachusetts

A modernist house in Boulder; a country-style home outside Charleston; and a 1775 house in Stockbridge.
05/24/2017 09:01 AM

International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Colombia

In Cartagena, the market has been strong for the last 20 years, since the city’s centuries-old houses began to be restored as luxury properties.
05/24/2017 10:55 AM

Market Value: Angry Over Zillow’s Home Prices? A Prize Is Offered for Improving Them

The overall accuracy of Zillow’s estimates has gotten better, and it’s now announcing a $1 million award to sharpen the company’s algorithm further.
05/24/2017 12:11 AM

Return of the S.R.O., With a Twist

With rental prices out of reach for many New Yorkers, the market has created new ways to rent by the room, at affordable and luxury rates.
05/19/2017 05:00 AM

They Could Buy, but Why? Meet the High-Renters

For some New Yorkers with the wherewithal, renting is preferable to buying — even when their monthly payments are in the mid-five figures.
05/19/2017 09:00 AM

The High End: A Rental Building With a Hip Hotel Bar Vibe

A new building is designed with a full-service lounge open to anyone, instead of a staid front lobby.
05/19/2017 03:27 PM

The Fix: The Starter Tool Kit

Even the most reluctant D.I.Y.er needs a few basic tools. Here’s what the experts suggest.
05/19/2017 04:29 PM

Calculator: Rent Too High? Try the Next Subway Stop

Even a single subway stop in New York City can have a serious impact on how much an apartment costs to rent.
05/19/2017 11:56 AM

360 View: New York City Landlords Are Offering Deals

As the inventory of new rentals grows, discounts and concessions have gotten better, with some landlords asking as little as $500 for a deposit.
05/19/2017 02:08 PM


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