The Big Apple: CPW sale turns tidy profit. More!

She who hesitates hardly is lost

Mildred Furiya bought her townhouse in Brooklyn for $16,000 in 1966 with a cash gift from her father. Now she plans to list the dwelling for approximately $1.895 million.

A sale at that price would represent an 11,744 percent increase over 45 years — or an annual return of about 11 percent, says the New York Times.

Numbers cruncher says he’s bullish on Manhattan

Manhattan just doesn’t behave like the rest of the country Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: Charlie’s new angle. More!

Here’s your chance to catch up with news included to inform, enlighten and perhaps even entertain you. To read about The Big Apple, check out the other of today’s posts and look for Out and About early next week.

If you yearn for a Chagall, his onetime apartment is for sale

How do you spell h-i-t for a seller who sticks to asking price in Los Angeles?

Charlie’s angles include a second-home sale

Retired reliever, cultural misfit, radio sidewalk feed appetite for RE gossip

May home construction rises above April but slumps below one year earlier

Data show more homes listed in May, then Continue reading