Weekly Roundup: Most important news since before the holidays, including strong NYC quarterly and U.S. monthly housing reports

Sales surge in fourth quarter as inventory shrinks to a 12-year low

Rental market appears to be shifting into slower gear

What makes one apartment worth more than another?

Surprise! Times says co-op approval process is ‘formidable’

Prices shoot up in gentrified Brooklyn

Permits to build new developments growing again, but apartment supply won’t meet demand

Her boots were made for speeding

And his, made for dancing, waltz into L.A. condo

Broadcaster trades UWS strollers for trends by purchasing $1.84 million penthouse off the island

Shadow inventory of existing homes drops 12 percent during last year

Number of signed contracts attains Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: Flat condo market, new U.S. price lows, Buffett, rollicking washers, more

Sales off 6.4 percent year to date from same time last year

Condo market mostly weak in January

Median listing price for new Manhattan developments jumps 12.6 percent from prior year

$21 million apartment has great views, but a $12 million lawsuit by the 2010 purchaser claims latent defects

Soaring Manhattan rents lure investors

Eight ways to have your super climbing the walls

Neighborhoods record Continue reading