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    Should I get a fixed- or adjustable-rate mortgage?Read full story for latest details.

    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.

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

    Zillow buys a mortgage lender and the stock tanksRead full story for latest details.

    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.

    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.

    Housing market remains strong, despite mortgage rate worriesHomebuilder Lennar reported sales and profits that topped forecasts and indicated there is still healthy demand for new homes despite rising mortgage rates.

    Why West Coast home prices are surgingThe hottest markets are in the West, and it's creating an affordability issue.

    What to spend money on (and what to DIY) as a new homeownerAngie Hicks, co-founder of Angie's List, talks about how to keep your costs in check as a new homeowner.

    What are the mortgage industry’s plans when it comes to re-entry? Many in the industry believe that increased digitization of the industry lends itself well to remote work. The post Is it worth it for

    Mortgage fulfillment servicer Promontory MortgagePath is looking to hire mortgage professionals for its Denver and Danbury, Connecticut locations. The post Promontory MortgagePath continues to hire du

    The U.S. has failed to contain the COVID-19 virus, alone among developed economies, and will suffer the economic consequences, Goldman Sachs economist said in a report to clients. The post Goldman Sac

    The Houston Association of Realtors announced it will stop using the term “master” when describing bedrooms or bathrooms via its multiple listing service. The post Houston Association of Realtors repl

    The danger of mortgage forbearances turning into foreclosures is rising as COVID-19 infections surge in the U.S., according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. The post Foreclosure threat grows as

    Lenders attempting to reach borrowers in arrears will still be limited in the use of robocalls thanks to the Supreme Court upholding a federal ban on the non-emergency auto-dialed calls to cell phones

    With the Closepin platform, lenders can reduce closing-related risk by tracking settlement agent data and documents to ensure accuracy. The post For lenders, managing their settlement agent network is

    Kanye West had a busy weekend. The rapper used Twitter to announce he was running for president, and possibly resuming an affordable-housing project he started last year. The post It looks like Kanye

    Tappable home equity, meaning the equity homeowners could borrow against, rose to a record $6.5 trillion in the first quarter, Black Knight said in a Monday report. The post Tappable home equity rises

    As the current U.S. unemployment rate hovers above Great Depression-Era levels, many property owners are having rent delinquency, leasing and management issues. So, what can an investor do during the

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    This 250-year-old NYC farmhouse is for sale — and shockingly pristineOnly three families have lived in the rare property, which has boasts a fascinating history since its construction around 1766.

    I miss lockdown because my neighborhood is crowded againModel Helen Harley Harasti moved to Times Square right before the coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, excited to be yards away from world-class Broadway shows. “It was an amazing deal. It seemed l

    In New York, the show must go on — even if the stage is a stoop, and the audience is splayed out across asphalt.

    Landlords fall short on property taxes after COVID-19 wiped out rent paymentsThe tax man cometh, even during a pandemic. July 1 marked the deadline for thousands of beleaguered building owners to fork over billions of dollars in property taxes to New York City — and nearly hal

    Michelle Icahn and husband Michael Nevin bought the Upper West Side co-op for $4.27 million in 2018 and sold it for 3.65 million during the coronavirus pandemic.

    One of the most lavish properties in the area, the "Vila Bianco" has been on the market for four years.

    It's on the market for $2.2 million, the same price he paid for it in 2018.

    ‘Bachelor’ buds Matt James, Tyler Cameron rent posh NYC padThe two singles will live it up as roommates in a Lower East Side high-rise.

    This NYC apartment has a shower in the kitchen and costs $1,650 a monthSadly, it's not the first, nor will it be the last.

    Buyer of DJ Khaled’s Florida mansion with massive sneaker room revealedKhaled flew a team from LA to Miami to remove his kicks from the home's massive, shrine-like closet.

    A Craftsman house in Los Angeles, a chalet-style home in Tahoe City and a 1924 bungalow in San Anselmo.

    Five work colleagues, living alone during the pandemic, decide to rent a house in the country and quarantine together.

    Noise complaints are often difficult to win, but there are some avenues to pursue that can work.

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

    The pandemic paused residential construction and stalled sales. Now developers in Long Island City and Greenpoint are scrambling to bounce back.

    The month’s biggest closing was an apartment on the 88th floor of One57 that was acquired for 41 percent below the original purchase price.

    Since the coronavirus shut the city down, the number of sales in Manhattan dropped 54 percent and the median price fell to $1 million.

    Contractors have been allowed to go back to work since early June, but coronavirus protocols will probably make any apartment renovation take longer than usual.

    This week’s properties are in Ditmas Park, Jackson Heights and on Park Avenue South.

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in White Plains, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Fairfield, Conn.

    Utilities pull the plug on a gas pipeline in a sign of damage to come.

    Betrayed by John Roberts, some despair of getting justices who will follow the law.

    The drug war created the crime problem. The president is making it worse.

    The charter network abandons its motto ‘Work hard. Be nice.’

    Like the U.S., nations from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe celebrate ‘British Leaving Day.’

    Innovation sneaks up on us: There’s a new DNA test that detects more illnesses, earlier.

    A unanimous Supreme Court rules against ‘faithless electors.’

    To topple statues is to reject the good along with the bad.

    The benchmark for American revolt remains the Declaration of Independence signed on July 4, 1776.

    Trying to prevent a second Trump term, the former vice president may have to explain what he did to impede the first one.

    Here's how to evaluate your building's efforts toward environmental sustainability, and how you could improve them.

    Couples typically own a home as tenants in common or as joint tenants with rights of survivorship. In the latter case, when any one of the owners dies, that owner's interest automatically goes to

    AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The condo is in a nine-unit new building across the street from the National Arboretum grounds and about a half-mile to an H Street NE streetcar stop.

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