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NYC Rents Slightly Down, But Still No Bargain

Mariah Carey’s credibility was not the only thing to take a tumble in New York City: The

Brooklyn to Dominate NYC's Hottest Neighborhoods in 2017

The Manhattan sales market will

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has partnered with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on a program to distribute 5,000 new tablet computers connected to T-Mobile’s data network to 5,000 families living in public housing in the Bronx

HUD Distributes 5,000 New Tablets to Bronx Public Housing Families

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has partnered with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on a program to distribute 5,000 new tablet computers connected to T-Mobile’s data network to 5,000 families living in public housing in the Bronx.

New York Real Estate Developers Charged With Voter Fraud

A trio of real estate developers are being charged with coordinating an elaborate voter fraud scheme designed to help them push through a controversial residential property development in a small upstate New York village.

For the first time, the average price for an apartment in Manhattan sailed above the $2 million mark

Manhattan Apartment Prices Hit New Record

For the first time, the average price for an apartment in Manhattan sailed above the $2 million mark.

A new online portal offering information on New York City’s housing market has been launched by the Furman Center at New York University (NYU)

New Site Tracks NYC Housing Market

A new online portal offering information on New York City’s housing market has been launched by the

2017 New York Mortgage Expo

Empire State Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Holiday Party

The Empire State Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Holiday Party will be held Thursday, Jan. 12 at Union Prime Steak & Sushi, located at 661 Northern Boulevard in Great Neck, N.Y. 

New York City’s crowded housing market may receive a much-needed expansion thanks to an effort to replace the infamous city jail on Rikers Island with residential and commercial property developments

The Next Big Housing Market: Rikers Island?

New York City’s crowded housing market may receive a much-needed expansion thanks to an effort to replace the infamous city jail on Rikers Island with residential and commercial property developments.

Four years after Superstorm Sandy devastated the coastal properties in the Northeast

NYC Misses Deadline on Sandy Repairs

Four years after Superstorm Sandy devastated the coastal properties in the Northeast, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has stated that local efforts to finish construction on storm-damaged homes will not be completed by the end of this year.

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