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Stacey Cohen: Six core moves to build an unbeatable real estate...

Successful Realtors understand the power of personal branding. Whether you’re in residential or commercial real estate, it’s more important than ever to present a...

Howard Greenberg: What does reopening mean to Westchester County offices?

As of this writing, the Mid-Hudson region is commencing its phase two reopening, permitting some workers to return to their offices, with significant rules...

Colonial-era Trumbull home with slavery past listed at $800K

Nero Hawley was granted full emancipation after military service in the Revolutionary War.

Larchmont’s Manor House, built in 1797, listed at $4.69M

The property functioned as a girls' school in the early 20th century.

Suite Talk: Mark VanStekelenburg, managing director of CBRE Hotels’ Consulting

"The mantra within the hotel industry has been 'let's figure out what we're dealing with.'"

Survey finds high angst levels among pandemic-period homebuyers

Nearly 25% of respondents had less than $1,000 in emergency savings.

Survey: Majority of home sellers willing to accept lower offers

78% of millennials said they would consider a price cut.

Former Phil Donahue, Marlo Thomas home in Westport listed at $28M

The celebrity couple bought the 6.5-acre site in 1998 and built the 10,896-square-foot waterfront property in 2007.

Simon Property terminates acquisition agreement with Taubman Centers

Taubman stated the termination announcement was "invalid and without merit."

Phase 1 of Greenwich’s Armstrong Court to be unveiled

The existing Armstrong Court buildings were constructed in 1951.

Webinar highlights problems and promise for Westchester and Fairfield real estate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liFiInJQtc0&feature=emb_logo Overall optimism for the future of real estate in Westchester and Fairfield counties was the order of the day when Westfair Communications, publisher of...

Redding’s Maple Hill Farm listed at $19 million

The property includes three-acre pond stocked with a largemouth bass and brown trout.

Will the COVID-19 pandemic fuel more suburban home sales?

"During a crisis like this, you've got to play offense and defense," said Realogy Franchise Group's John Peyton.

Fly-through real estate presentations take off during pandemic

While social distancing and business shutdowns designed to combat the spread of COVID-19 brought a lot of economic activity to a screeching halt, some...

CBRE report shows slow office leasing in Westchester

According to a report on first quarter 2020 office leasing activity in Westchester from the commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE, COVID-19...