My Alerts: NYT RE Alert (13 articles)

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Alert Name: NYT RE Alert
September 13, 2009 Compiled: 1:20 AM

US

A Massachusetts court rejected a couple’s proposal to build a windmill, highlighting the steep odds such plans face nationwide.

REAL ESTATE

Montville is among a growing number of communities debating the adoption of new or tougher blight ordinances.

REAL ESTATE

Lawrence Greene’s rustic colonial with wraparound porch in Livingston Manor, N.Y., is actually two years old, one of the greenest houses in New York State, and built in a factory.

REAL ESTATE

With the proliferation of software applications for iPhones and BlackBerrys, on-the-fly mortgage payment calculations can be replaced by more precise numbers.

REAL ESTATE

“This is the nursery,” Tammy Cross said of her apartment, where she rescues kittens for adoption.

REAL ESTATE

Gisele B�ndchen, the Brazilian model, has dipped a toe into the Manhattan real estate market once again.

REAL ESTATE

“All My Children” is moving its production to Los Angeles, and so actors and staff members are preparing to give up their New York real estate.

REAL ESTATE

The co-op that John Steinbeck owned in the last years of his life is just now going on the market.

REAL ESTATE

In a tough economy, many a shop or office is shoehorned into many a bedroom. It can be a way to pay the rent that even landlords find resourceful.

REAL ESTATE

Bargains abound these days in the market for New Jersey’s most unusual, lavish and historic homes.

REAL ESTATE

An informal survey of campuses on the Island as the annual fall scramble begins found students clamoring for dormitory space and more likely to commute from home than to rent off campus.

REAL ESTATE

Westfield has lost some of its mom-and-pop ambience and morphed into a suburb of restaurants and boutiques.

REAL ESTATE

After living in a condominium in Weehawken, N.J., Leslie and Andy LeCount regretted buying it.

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