Ready to put up the “For Sale” sign? Heed this checklist now.
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Interior decorator Nicole Fuller crafts a gem of an apartment for jewelry designer Susan Foster
Interior decorator Nicole Fuller crafts a gem of an apartment for jewelry designer Susan Foster.
Do the following perks pay off when selling your home?
From converted former factories to onetime hotels and schools, many of New York’s most luxurious new residential buildings aren’t technically new at all.
A recap of some of the hottest properties on the market in NYC.
Buyers and sellers alike should pay heed to these real estate commandments.
One of the most expensive properties in the Hamptons, this listing has held firm at its high price for over a year.
This beautiful 4-bedroom Montauk home features stunning views right on Lake Montauk.
For sale for the first time in 20 years, 37 Noyack Bay Avenue is a Sag Harbor treasure.
To compete for their share of affluent buyers and renters in a market saturated with new luxury buildings, developers have become more creative with amenities in order to stand out.
Top New York real estate experts share this handy trick.
She believes that “when you buy for the right emotional reasons, it always turns out to be a great business decision, too.”
"It was love at first sight," Serhant says of the home, formerly one of his listings.
Top brokers spill on the most desirable home amenities.
They'll set you back anywhere from $160 to $800 million.
Every nip and tuck possible was made to create this opulent 34,000-square-foot home.
A 1920s home in Scarsdale goes from dark and dated to fresh and fun.
A 1920s home in Locust Valley, NY gets a new lease on life.
From the revamped attic to the stone wine cellar, this historic stunner has enchanting spaces around every corner.
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