Weekly Roundup: Rates bottom, Freddie hopeful

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Apartments listed for more than $4 million are flying off the — you know what

Cost of storage space enters the stratosphere

Here’s how to find a quiet apartment

Some bars aren’t made for drinking

Selling his condo for twice the previous record, Weill does very well

Until now, first-time foreclosures in Manhattan never equaled Queens

Data show that Manhattan sales volume tracks the S&P 500

To purchase home priced at the median and live here, a buyer needs $130,000 in annual income

Two into one must go. . . for $12 million

Unemployment rate exceeds the nation’s

Late philanthropist’s Westchester estate finally finds a buyer at deeply discounted price

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Weekly Roundup: Signed contracts slip, rates too

Decrease in signed contracts bodes poor fourth quarter and next year’s first quarter

August condo market was setback for that market in Manhattan

Curbed plumbs the mind of a landlord

Sellers who spend wisely on improvements can reap big dividends

Apartments that are furnished enjoy growing demand

Metro region posts one-year 2.2% rise in prices of single-family homes

The Russians are spending! The Russians are spending!

Co-ops need to adjust to same-sex marriages

Architects dish up pie in the sky for affordable housing

With deep pockets, you can rent where the likes of Continue reading