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Agrihoods Take Root: A Housing Trend Rooted in Agriculture

CORPORATE | By Michelle Locke | May 21
Feeding off the continuing interest in eating fresh, local food, developers are ditching golf courses and designing communities around farms, offering residents a taste of the pastoral life - and tasty produce, too.

Freeway Views Are Hot: Homeowners Cozy Up to Urban Eyesores

CORPORATE | By Alex Viega | Apr 24
In places like Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, where available land has long been scarce, developers are finding they can develop almost anywhere close to the city and find buyers.

Missing Ingredient for Millennials: Down Payment Savings

FINANCE | By Josh Boak | Apr 22
Short of savings and burdened by debt, America's millennials are struggling to afford their first homes in the face of sharply higher prices in many of the most desirable cities.

House Browse :: Garrison, NY Property on the Hudson Comes Fully Loaded!

HOME | Feb 19
Another fine property from Robert A. McCaffrey Realty is this Garrison, NY state of the art stunner on the Hudson, complete with dock and boat launch. $1,125,000

As Wealthy Brazilians Snap Up Miami Real Estate, Few Benefit

FINANCE | By Josh Boak and Jennifer Kay | Jan 19
Call it detox and retox: Around the country, yogis are jumping up from savasana and hopping onto a barstool as yoga classes are making their way into breweries.

In Real Estate, Conventional Wisdom is Usually Wrong

REAL ESTATE | By James Oaksun | Nov 21
From my time in politics I learned the 'Common Wisdom' is usually wrong. As it is in certain aspects of the real estate business. Here are three examples.

US Construction Spending Rose a Slight 0.1 Pct in June

FINANCE | By Martin Crutsinger | Aug 6
U.S. construction spending increased in June by the smallest amount in five months as a big drop in nonresidential building activity offset a third straight increase in home building.

Owners Turning to Auctions to Sell High-End Properties

HOME | By John Marshall | Aug 3
Once considered a last resort to dump a property that was distressed or couldn't sell, auctions have become a viable marketing option for selling luxury homes.

I'll Take Manhattan: Average Apartment Hits $1.8M

The average sales price of a Manhattan apartment has eclipsed $1.8 million - a new high.

Stay Awhile: Real Estate in the Hudson Valley

HOME | By Matthew Wexler | Jun 23
It's no secret that many who visit the Hudson Valley fall in love with the region. Recent real estate developments along with tried-and-true agents offer a snapshot of what makes the Hudson Valley so special.

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