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December
3

Living Above the Store

A once common arrangement that can help or strain work-life balance is being sustained by a new generation of New Yorkers.

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December
3

My Building Has Replaced Our Keys With an App. Is That Legal?

Smartphones are ubiquitous, so it’s not unreasonable that your landlord would choose a technology that requires you to have one.

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December
2

Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut

This week’s properties are a four-bedroom in Garden City, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Norwalk, Conn.

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December
2

A $72 Million Penthouse on Central Park Leads Sales in November

The full-floor penthouse, at 220 Central Park South, is the third priciest sale of the year, at least so far.

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December
2

Winter Home Selling Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC]

Winter Home Selling Checklist [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The MarketSome Highlights As you get ready to sell your house, focus on tasks that make it inviting, show it’s cared for, and boost your curb appeal. This list will help you get started, but don’t forget, a real estate professional will provide other helpful tips based on your specific situation. Let’s connect so you have advice on what you may want to do to get your house ready to sell this season.

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December
2

How Do Designers Decorate for the Holidays? We Invited Ourselves Over to See.

There’s no right way to decorate for whatever holidays you celebrate. But it never hurts to borrow some ideas from the pros. (Especially that gumdrop tree.)

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December
1

Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

This week’s properties are in Bushwick and on Roosevelt Island and the Upper West Side.

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December
1

More of Your Paycheck Is Going to Pay Rent. Which Cities Are Keeping Pace?

Since the start of the pandemic, the average U.S. renter is working six hours more each month to cover housing costs.

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