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        House Hunting in … Barbados

        The residential market is ‘beginning to feel a bit better’ these days, though prices are still below their peak.


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          In Maryland, Remaking the Family Manse

          Moving into a home that belonged to your parents — where you lived as a teenager — can be challenging. Especially if it’s 100 years old.

          By TIM McKEOUGH

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        Shopping for Full-Length Mirrors

        A full-length mirror should be more than an afterthought, tacked to the back of a bedroom door.

        By TIM McKEOUGH

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        How to Buy a Home

        Buying a home can seem like a daunting process, but with careful research and determination, the keys to that dream home can be yours. We’ll help you along your path toward homeownership.


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        Historic Bank Buildings Get a Second Act

        New developments across the city are repurposing the opulent spaces where New Yorkers once deposited their savings.


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        Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue Gets in Gear

        After years of false starts, the busy thoroughfare known for its gas stations and carwashes is seeing a construction frenzy of mid-rise apartment buildings.

        By C. J. HUGHES

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        Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

        This week’s properties are in the financial district, Harlem and Brooklyn Heights.

        By C. J. HUGHES and KIM VELSEY

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        New Buyer. New Building. New Problems.

        Buyers in new developments often feel powerless when it comes to getting management to address unexpected issues. But that power is within their reach.


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