My Alerts: NYT RE Alert (13 articles)

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Alert Name: NYT RE Alert
August 16, 2009 Compiled: 1:09 AM

REAL ESTATE / COMMERCIAL

Mr. Steir, 54, is the chairman and chief executive of Studley, a commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation.

REAL ESTATE

Modest-size houses — say, 2,500 square feet or under — are about the only ones that are selling in many areas of Connecticut, even the most affluent.

REAL ESTATE

Christie and Kevin Hartbarger are offering to pay down a point or two on the mortgage of whoever buys their apartment.

REAL ESTATE

There’s a new set of proposals for developing the 16 acres of rocky, weed-ridden land beside the entrance to the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee.

REAL ESTATE

Some in the industry think the Truth in Lending Act, which took effect last month, could create further delays in an already slow lending process.

REAL ESTATE

A handful of mega-projects on drawing boards across Long Island are seen as having the possibility to help to jump-start the region’s economic engine — and possibly to damage the environment.

REAL ESTATE

New Fairfield, population 14,000, offers fantastic views and access to Candlewood, Connecticut’s largest lake.

REAL ESTATE

When Erin Newby decided to hunt for a new home, she was “pretty annoyingly firm” about her requirements.

REAL ESTATE

Two siblings, who for the past year have shared a tiny apartment in Greenwich Village, moved into Stuyvesant Town.

REAL ESTATE

The arc of Douglas Lebda’s life in New York nicely tracks the rise and precipitous fall of real estate in America.

REAL ESTATE

At One Madison Park, lawyers for some anxious buyers have been circling for months as the project headed toward a Sept. 1 deadline.

REAL ESTATE

These days, buying a home is more psychologically demanding, fraught with conflict and confusion.

REAL ESTATE

Jane Holzer, a prot�g�e of Andy Warhol, has passed through another New York rite of passage, suffering through a downtown landlord-tenant battle.

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