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If the radiator hisses so loudly you can’t sleep, does the landlord have to fix it?
A small movement with an ungainly name, cohousing, is appealing to more people of retirement age — and younger — who no longer want to be isolated.
The developers of the new Trump Towers outside New Delhi promise the first 100 buyers a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. They got 20 to sign on the...
For two New York University students, a couple of years in the dorms was enough. But with a $3,000 budget, finding a decent two-bedroom wasn’t easy.
Prices of homes in Germany have increased by more than 30 percent since 2012, but there are signs that the market is starting to slow down.
An equestrian estate in Knoxville, a townhouse in Chicago and a retreat on the north shore of Kauai.
A less expensive alternative to many New York City suburbs, Hackensack is building additional housing in an effort to attract millennials.
The generic townhouse in Carroll Gardens was nothing special. But now it’s family friendly, with surprising details.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
A tenant who lives in a rent-stabilized apartment in Elmhurst, Queens, wonders how to negotiate a buyout.
Piedmont has seen its housing market stabilize in the last year or so, thanks in part to its 2014 designation as a Unesco World Heritage site.
A house with a double-decker front porch in Cleveland, a renovated 1915 home in Cedar Rapids and a bungalow in Little Rock.
Quilt, a start-up in Los Angeles, links women who want to schmooze, study and surf the internet — all in the comfort of another’s home, for a fee.