As you acquire the trappings of adulthood, you'll someday want to own a house. OK, but how do you do that?
The realtor told me the place is so trashed no bank will finance a mortgage, so that's $350,000 in cash—and people are apparently willing to pay.
A lot has happened to Donald Trump since the first Republican debate in early August, but he's still the same guy.
A group of aging nuns and their Archbishop are in a legal battle over who actually owns their former home, and whether or not the Archbishop can sell it to Katy Perry. For now, the nuns are winning.
This particular act of low-impact vandalism might not be an indication of a simmering border dispute, but rather, the kind of boring hostility that the pretty-well-off have against the actually rich.
In the latest episode of the beautiful CGI comic PLEASE LOOK AT ME a man is on a house hunt but all of the houses are too big.
Activists say that unless major reforms are made into law, real estate developers will wipe out the city's quirky shops and bars and replace them with chains.
"Living with a partner is easily the best thing I've ever done. It has made my life better in every possible way... But I fucking hate that she never refills the ice tray. It's not that hard. Jesus."
My awkward immersion in the fast-paced and cutthroat world of selling apartments to dubious strangers.
Cooper Union started charging tuition two years ago amid allegations of financial mismanagement, and now the school is having to defend its actions in court.
The real estate scion is best known as the star of HBO's The Jinx, but he was a minor celebrity in a New Jersey prison a decade ago while serving time for a gun charge.
Making off with a whole house is hard to manage, hard to get away with, and hard on the victims. It also happens more often than you might think.
By now, everyone knows that the subject of the HBO documentary series was caught on tape muttering what sounded like a confession—but it's not clear yet whether those remarks will count against him at a trial.
Even as Manhattan becomes more and more unaffordable, fortune tellers—and their ubiquitous neon signs—have flourished in even the wealthiest neighborhoods. How are they hanging on?
There's a scene at the end of Richard Pryor's Brewster's Million where Pryor steps into a room built specially for him and says, "This is the room I want to die in." I felt the same way when I walked inside Elvis's home in Palm Springs.
New Yorkers will begin 2015 with their governor under a cloud of investigation, the most powerful member of the state legislature being probed for his extra cash, and a congressman resigning for tax evasion.
On December 7, 1959, sometime between midnight and dawn, Dr. Harold N. Perelson lost his mind. After beating his wife to death with a hammer he attacked his daughter—who survived—and then killed himself by drinking a glass of acid. No one lives in the hou…
Protesters gathered outside to heckle delegates, who seemed hell-bent on making London even more expensive to live in.
As members of a broadly liberal society, we love to cast judgment on our peers. But castigating shady landlords on the internet may not achieve all that much for average renters.
"Property guardians" are people who pay cheap rent to live as de facto security guards for landlords looking for permanent tenants. It's supposed to be a win-win-win scenario, but many guardians say they've endured sudden evictions and awful living condit…
"I have only my life to lose. Whenever I think of that, I have no fear. There's no one to depend on; I only rely on myself. I have this one life to fight against them. If death is the final result, so be it."
The rich door involves smoked glass and a concierge; the poor door is off an alley favored by drunk weekend warriors stumbling around after getting a late-night snack.
You may know Eva Angelina for her many accolades, like the AVN awards for Best Tease Performance, but since she gained her real estate license in May, she's been trying to sell property other than her titties.
The city's Rent Guidelines Board could have stopped rents in rent-stabilized apartments from rising—if Mayor Bill de Blasio had pressured members to do so. Instead, a rent hike was pushed through and progressive activists lost yet again.