Weekly Roundup: Starter units hot, lenders tough

Happy holidays!

Rising rents boost sales of starter apartments in first quarter

Manhattan neighborhoods vary markedly in price, sales volume

Court ruling could lead to new wave of personal-injury lawsuits for mold injuries

Dozens of developments planned in the Hudson Yards district 

Quality of life complaints — and litigation — soar in co-ops, condos

Most transaction volume is recorded for any March since 2008

Developers again invest in lobbies of residential buildings

In-house libraries prove to be low-cost amenity that please residents of new buildings

With prices nudging relative realism, Hamptons market recovering

How much do you want to see that river?

Rents uncharacteristically hold steady through winter

Latin American music ‘legend’ pays Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: Rent control, record low, rates, renovations, rosier forecasts. . . much more!

Three-year extension of rent control becomes law

Area single-family homes experience 2.9 percent drop over 12 months

South Bronx burns no more

Trulia says it’s cheaper to rent than buy in Queens

Selling condos to moms and dads often comes down to child’s play

Harlem’s renaissance enjoys revival

Following reports of rent scams by Queens man, attorney general issues Craigslist alert

NYU’s Furman Center documents plunge in Continue reading