“From the moment you step into a home, rugs impact how it looks and feels,” said Compass broker and home-decor fan Julie Cohen.
In our first episode, longtime Brooklyn resident Barbara Ann Rogers shares stores and tips on making a home in Brooklyn, including advice for first-time buyers and what the future may hold for the borough.
Everyone knows Brooklyn is an expensive place to live. In fact, it's the least affordable place to buy a home -- anywhere in the U.S.
You don’t need to shell out millions for an over-the-top mansion to live in one of Brooklyn’s most expensive neighborhoods. We’ve rounded up a handful of adorable pads in prime Brooklyn nabes — each listed for around half a million or less. Sure, they’re all on the smaller side, but their charms may win you over.
Which one would you choose?
This week’s top listings include luxury condos with swimming pools, budget buys and single-family homes spread across all corners of Brooklyn. Which would you choose?
If you’re looking for a deal, you’re in luck this week, as most of our top listings are listed for under $1 million — and four of them for $200,000 or less. But there’s also no shortage of recently renovated beauties. Which would you choose?
New York City may be the land of the co-ops, but sometimes you may prefer the freedom of a condo and not having to put together the paperwork for the board dog and pony show. Here are six excellent, move-in-ready condos on the market right now — each for less than $1 million.
Which would you choose?
Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned veteran of the borough’s real estate market, everyone’s on the hunt for a good deal.
Here are five of the nicest move-in-ready apartments on the market right now, all priced under $500,000. Which would you choose?
Is a second bathroom your rosebud or unicorn? In a borough where true two-bedroom apartments are hard enough to find, landing one with two bathrooms can be a challenge. Especially for a price.
Brownstoner talked to our expert Services Pros and put together their best advice for first-time homebuyers. You may be surprised to discover that homeownership — even in Brooklyn! — can be within reach. Welcome to the party.