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Buying a Home in NYC

Savvy strategies for setting a budget, securing a mortgage, and finding the right home for you.

7 first-time homebuyer programs in NYC

Having trouble coming up with a down payment? These programs will help.

Should you buy a home in NYC in 2020?

For many NYC residents, buying a home seems like a pipe dream. But if you’re contemplating becoming a homeowner, here’s what to consider this year.

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A guide to NYC’s major apartment-finding websites

Looking for a new apartment? Bookmark these sites (or download these apps) to stay on top of what’s new to the market.

In these NYC neighborhoods, buyers hold the upper hand

The best NYC neighborhoods for buyers looking for a deal.

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Where to live in NYC in 2020

Choosing where to live in NYC can be tough, but these seven neighborhoods are worth considering.

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The Curbed New York moving guide

Everything you need to know to make the city your home.

The New York City homebuying guide

Everything you need to know before launching a house hunt in NYC

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How to pick a New York City neighborhood

Eleven things to consider before choosing your new home

How NYC real estate changed this decade: Manhattan fizzles, Queens soars

Brooklyn came of age, Queens got the spillover, and affordability has never been stretched so thin

In New York, starter homes are a thing of the past

New Yorkers buy later in life and stay put longer than the national average.

Rent vs. buy? More New Yorkers go with the former—here’s why

Only a third of New Yorkers actually own their homes

City launches new programs to make NYC homeownership more affordable

These new homeownership programs will likely create and preserve 2,100 homes over the next 8 years.

To buy a home in NYC, you’ll need an annual income of $100K: study

Mortgage and loan information publisher HSH reveals that ugly truth.