You—yes, YOU—can buy (or sell) your own home. Here's how.
The American Dream, some say, is all about owning a home. Here's how you can live the dream without the picket fence or the mortgage.
Your fiancé’s place is ten times nicer than yours and you’re planning on moving in. If only you could get out of your lease.
No, not those kind of adventures, Mr. Casual Encounters. We’re talking about house hunting.
Whether you’re selling a hillside Neutra or a modest carpeted condo, home staging has become the norm in today’s uber-competitive real estate market.
Though the market has rarely looked worse, our primer on the past, present, and future of modern real estate gives you the inside track on why modern homes are always a good investment.
The American Dream, some say, is all about owning a home. Here’s how you can live the dream without the picket fence or the mortgage.
House hunting isn’t just about roving the streets and stopping at For Sale signs anymore; instead, prospective buyers will spend hours trawling the Internet to find their future home. The editor of...
So you have a deadbeat tenant: Here’s how you get rid of ’em.
The popular myth is that foreclosures can provoke ire in sellers and bad karma for buyers, but this is rarely the case.
Yet another week has flown by and the weekend is upon us. Below we share some of our favorite discoveries, which include a go-to app for karaoke fiends, a concrete pendant lamp that looks like...
American cities are not short on abandoned houses, but for great swathes of residential vacancy, Detroit takes the cake. There have been a variety of responses to the motor city's blight, from the...
A modernist facade can't keep some developments from suffering from that very American malady: sprawl.
Single mod-loving gal seeks North Jersey split-level for a match made in Hoboken.
When the owner of a home dies without a will or trust to allocate their estate, the property goes into probate.
You’ve heard it thousands of times on TV, the radio, and in junk mail—spurious ads delivered with forehead-vein-popping enthusiasm by robot-faced dudes in shoddy suits. Bad credit?...
When it comes to creating a sense of community, cozying up to your neighbor proves that density rules.
The NewYorker is a savvy bit of furniture by Jen Turner that is at once a desk and a bar. We’re guessing your studio didn’t come with either.