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    What will your monthly mortgage payment be?

    In the market for a new home? Or planning to refinance? Find out what your monthly payment will be. ... [more]

    Looking for a home in Berlin or Budapest? Prepare to pay more

    Europe took 11 of the top 20 spots on a ranking of cities with the largest price increases in the first quarter, according to global property agency Knight Frank. ... [more]

    Is Manhattan's rental market finally cooling off?

    Rent prices in Manhattan are slowing down and landlords are offering concessions as inventory on the island grows. ... [more]

    Was my home a good investment?

    Calculate the return on your home and how it compares to returns on stocks, bonds and overall home prices. ... [more]

    Housing market remains strong, despite mortgage rate worries

    Homebuilder Lennar reported sales and profits that topped forecasts and indicated there is still healthy demand for new homes despite rising mortgage rates. ... [more]

    Why West Coast home prices are surging

    The hottest markets are in the West, and it's creating an affordability issue. ... [more]

    What to spend money on (and what to DIY) as a new homeowner

    Angie Hicks, co-founder of Angie's List, talks about how to keep your costs in check as a new homeowner. ... [more]

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    Merger whispers between Cushman and Newmark reignite at REBNY Gala

    The merger chatter gained added currency with an inside tip that Cushman & Wakefield, which is now based at Vornado’s 1290 Sixth Ave., secretly signed a lease to move its offices to Brookfield’s 660 Fifth Avenue. ... [more]

    Big names feast on small plates at revamped REBNY gala

    The city’s real estate elite mostly cheered REBNY’s hipped-up, spiced-up annual gala, which made a splash above the Hudson River. ... [more]

    Rudin scores $415M loan for ‘New Times Square’ tower

    The Rudin family’s Three Times Square got a vote of confidence from leading banks with a $415 million refinancing of the 30-story building, which was one of the pioneering quartet of towers in the “New Times Square.” JP Morgan led a lending consortium that included Bank of America and M&T Bank. The tower is a... ... [more]

    Mangia to ditch its four-decade home for new spot

    Mangia, the popular Italian fast-casual eatery and market, will jump from 50 W. 57th St., where it’s been since 1981, to Williams Equities’ 57 W 57th St. across the street. ... [more]

    Shaq downsizes to Texas suburbs after selling Florida mega-mansion

    Everything may be bigger Texas, but Shaquille O'Neal is opting for a smaller abode when it comes to his next house. ... [more]

    Raucous REBNY gala returns with renewed mission to support NYC

    Things were different last night as the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) celebrated 126 years as an organization — three years longer than the pact that brought together the five boroughs. For the first time since the pandemic, its annual banquet was both in person and held in June. ... [more]

    Eat it: Upscale restaurants are must-have anchors for NYC’s top towers

    There were always a few glamorous restaurants at marquee Midtown locations — the old Four Seasons at the Seagram Building, for example. But the party has spread everywhere. ... [more]

    NYC’s retail sector heals as tourists and commuters return

    Retailers in residential neighborhoods that attract local shopping and dining have flourished throughout the pandemic. But now, with workers starting to tiptoe into their offices and international tourism reviving, Manhattan’s urban avenues are waking up as well. ... [more]

    Big-time perks come to Brooklyn’s new 1,000-foot tower — its tallest

    Amenities on steroids are not just for office buildings. ... [more]

    The Wild History of the Real ‘Only Murders’ Building

    Viewers of the Hulu series know it as the Arconia, but the Upper West Side building has a name — and a dramatic story — of its own. ... [more]

    These Homeowners Decided to Rent Again

    Some homeowners looked at rising home prices and decided to get out while the going was still good. Now they’re renters again. ... [more]

    ‘Rent, Forever’: The Price of Living in New York City

    Most New Yorkers will never own their homes, and yet people keep coming. Why? ... [more]

    When the Rent Rushes Relationships

    Soaring rents across the country have motivated some young couples to move in together earlier than they planned. ... [more]

    How to Survive a Rental Bidding War

    As the rental market convulses with a dearth of listings and intense demand, list prices can be deceptive. Here’s how to handle a bidding war. ... [more]

    In Bronx Housing Court, Tenants Fight to Stay in Their Homes

    Since New York’s eviction moratorium ended in January, tenants and their landlords are returning to housing court. ... [more]

    New York City Rent Hike: What You Need to Know

    The increase will be the highest in nearly a decade. ... [more]

    John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Sell a Pair of Penthouses in NoLIta

    The couple got nearly $16.8 million, making it one of the largest closings in New York City in June. The biggest, a Midtown penthouse, sold for around $56 million. ... [more]

    Cost of Owning a Home Surges Above the Cost of Renting One

    A new report shows that having a mortgage is far more expensive than having a lease, a disparity that is helping to cool a red-hot housing market. ... [more]

    Paying $40,000 a Month in Brooklyn, and Other Sky-High Rents

    Across the city, landlords and brokers have been testing the upper limits as rental rates soar and available inventory declines. ... [more]

    No one in the Supreme Court’s Dobbs majority promised to uphold Roe v. Wade. ... [more]

    Millions of dollars later, scientists are still unsure of its causes. Why? ... [more]

    The U.S. needs to restore the integrity of the Pan American Health Organization. ... [more]

    Alliance unity will be tested on sanctions, aid for Ukraine and more. ... [more]

    Homicide fell 34% after Bolsonaro made firearms permits easier and cheaper. ... [more]

    America’s top stock-exchange regulator gives mission creep a bad name. ... [more]

    The issue behind crime, homelessness and other top public problems. ... [more]

    There’s enough private innovation if the feds don’t fix drug prices. ... [more]

    The Jan. 6 hearings are helping Republicans solve their problem. It’s unclear what Democrats will do. ... [more]

    Pilots get a 14.5% wage increase over 18 months, as airfares spike. ... [more]

    How each generation thinks about building credit and wealth varies, particularly with respect to homeownership. ... [more]

    REAL ESTATE MATTERS | There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to cash left in an account where the owner died and you need to figure out how to transfer that money to the surviving heirs. ... [more]

    AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | Built in 1994, this end unit has 1,524 square feet. ... [more]

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