Real Estate

S’mores Kits? Saunas? Short-Term Rental Hosts Scramble to Stand Out.

More hosts are fighting over fewer guests, driving down prices and forcing the hosts to find creative ways to entice…

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Do Ground-Floor Co-op Apartments Really Have to Carpet Their Floors?

Carpeting rules are common. But housing laws protect residents with disabilities, to a point.

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V.A. Loans Don’t Cover Commissions. How Will Veterans Afford New Fees?

The V.A. loan prohibits borrowers from paying commissions to real estate agents — a rule that could put veterans at…

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There’s More to a Home Bar Than Liquor. Here’s What Else You Need.

An artful display tells your guests you care about them — and it’s easier to create than you may think.

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$1.3 Million Homes in Athens

A two-level penthouse on the Athens Riviera, an industrial-flavored loft with Acropolis views, and a custom-built villa just south of…

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Do You Wish You Lived in a Low-Tax State?

If paying taxes every year makes you think about moving, consider the state and local tax burden, which varies from…

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Yes, You Can Grow One of These Enchanting Potted Topiaries

You just have to follow a few simple rules. (Also, forget about going away for the weekend.)

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$420,000 Homes in West Virginia, Mississippi and the District of Columbia

A 1940 Colonial Revival home in Charles Town, an 1858 Greek Revival house in Holly Springs and a one-bedroom condominium…

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When Your Boss Is Your Landlord

A Brooklyn hospital is trying to evict employees and retirees from staff housing, as it struggles financially, but tenants fear…

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A Historian Makes Peace With Her Own History

It took Doris Kearns Goodwin a while to adjust to leaving the Concord, Mass., farmhouse she shared with her husband.…

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