Two Real Estate Agents Say Racism Was Part of the Culture at Brokerage
A real estate agent, who is white, is suing his former employer in part because he says he was fired…Read More »
Eboni K. Williams and Her ‘Harlem Jewel Box’
The broadcaster and author’s brief to her designer was simple: ‘Imagine if Josephine Baker lived in Harlem today. That’s what…Read More »
‘Excuse After Excuse’: Black and Latino Developers Face Barriers to Success
Out of roughly 112,000 real estate development companies in the United States, about 111,000 of them are white owned. Those…Read More »
New Condos and Old Townhouses Lead the Pack in February Sales
The priciest sale, at $33.8 million, was for a condo at 200 Central Park South, and a converted former firehouse…Read More »
As Their Family Grew, the Suburbs Beckoned
But finding the right house wasn’t easy during the pandemic. Neither was renovating on a tight schedule.Read More »
$900,000 Homes in California
A two-bedroom bungalow in Los Angeles, a three-bedroom condominium in San Francisco and a 1941 cottage in Long Beach.Read More »
Can My Neighbor Point a Video Doorbell at My Apartment Door?
Ubiquitous in many suburban neighborhoods, the devices have been slow to catch on in city apartments, but that is changing…Read More »
The Next Hot Housing Market Is Out of This World. It’s in the Metaverse.
Despite the implosion of FTX and projections of a cryptocurrency winter, the metaverse real estate market is expected to grow…Read More »
Unwanted Connection: Who Has Control of Your Smart Home?
The proliferation of devices creates more opportunities for people to lose access or power over aspects of the home.Read More »
She Left New York for a New Life, and Then Found It in the Bronx
A chef who had worked in many kitchens wanted to be her own boss. After a couple of detours, including…Read More »