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What’s Hidden in Woodlawn’s Mausoleums? Extraordinary Stained Glass.
Real Estate, Today

Many artworks commissioned by the rich and powerful for their final resting places have rarely been seen by the living for the last century.

What Is a Mortgage Servicer, and How Do You Avoid a Shady One?
Real Estate, Yesterday

Your mortgage lender can sell the servicing of your loan to a different company. You can’t stop that, but you can protect yourself.

It’s Me, Hi, I’m the Problem. I’m 33.
Sunday Business, Yesterday

Meet the 1990 and 1991 babies, a massive microgeneration in lifelong competition for America’s economic resources, reshaping the world around them.

A New York Apartment With a Garden in the Kitchen
T Style, March 1

When a couple took over a SoHo loft, they were attracted to its classic stripped-back look, but they also aspired to make it their own.

High Mortgage Rates Leave Biden Searching for Housing Relief
Washington, March 1

The president and his team are seeking ways to help Americans afford to rent and buy homes, as high borrowing costs dampen views of the economy.

Buying Houses Before Finding Spouses
Real Estate, March 1

Single men traditionally get a head start in homeownership and reap the benefits faster, but single women are thinking creatively to close the gap.

Big Ticket: N.Y.’s Top Sales and Listings in February
Interactive, March 1

Take a look at major residential real estate listings and sales, including Kathy Hilton's Hamptons home.

Developers Got Backing for Affordable Housing. Then the Neighborhood Found Out.
Washington, March 1

The push from an affluent community in South Carolina to kill a plan for 60 subsidized apartments brought into public view how hard it is to give low-income families access to opportunity-rich neighborhoods.

Tommy Tune Lists a Penthouse on the Far East Side
Real Estate, March 1

The celebrated Broadway performer, director and choreographer is asking $2.3 million for the apartment at 414 East 52nd Street, one of two he owns in the same co-op complex.

Is Your Landlord Overcharging You? This TikTok Shows How to Find Out.
Metro, February 29

In a popular video, Carla Badami, a Manhattan resident, described how she got $6,000 back from her landlord and her rent reduced by about $400. Then state officials got swamped with inquiries.

Homes for Sale in New York State
Real Estate, February 29

This week’s properties are in Rockville Centre, N.Y., and Tarrytown, N.Y.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx
Real Estate, February 29

This week’s properties are in Manhattan Valley, Hell’s Kitchen and Spuyten Duyvil.

He Tested His $450,000 Budget All Over New York: Would It Be Williamsburg, Hell’s Kitchen or the South Bronx?
Interactive, February 29

For his first home purchase, a resourceful renter stockpiled a down payment and looked for the ideal spot to invest it.

The Best Markets for First-Time Home Buyers
Real Estate, February 29

A study ranks U.S. areas for younger buyers based on metrics like availability, affordability, job opportunities and local culture.

Josh Brolin Never Thought He’d End Up in Malibu
T Style, February 29

How the “Dune” actor made a home in a place he once resisted.

The Sputtering Effort to Persuade Migrants to Leave New York
Metro, February 28

A $25 million program aims to relocate migrants in other counties. But many don’t want to make the move.

$2 Million Homes in Missouri, California and the District of Columbia
Real Estate, February 28

An 1896 Beaux-Arts mansion in St. Louis, a Spanish-style home in Pasadena and a 1923 stone house in Washington.

For This Family, It’s Not ‘Couch Surfing,’ It’s Homelessness
Op Ed, February 28

Why our definitions of what counts as “unhoused” aren’t adequate.

For a Growing Number of Latinos, Home Buying Is a Family Affair
Real Estate, February 28

Many are becoming first-time and first-generation homeowners by pooling their family’s resources to buy as a unit.

Another Chinese Property Giant Faces a Creditor Who Wants It Dismantled
Business, February 28

Country Garden was once China’s biggest developer but ran out of money. A lender is taking it to court in Hong Kong, a sign of continuing market distress.

How to Create the Best Kind of Cozy Space: a Room That’s Like a Hug
Real Estate, February 27

“You can call it different things,” said one designer, but it “all adds up to the same idea: You feel like you want to put your feet up.”

One Family’s Road to Building a House Despite the Obstacles
Real Estate, February 27

A family living on the Saint Regis Mohawk Reservation in upstate New York waded through a morass of federal loan programs for their first home. The result was bittersweet.

A House Where Old Miami Style Meets Old World Eclecticism
T Style, February 27

The 1940s Florida home harks back to a different time — and a different continent.

Housing Costs Are Running Hot, but Is the Data Missing a Cooling Trend?
Business, February 26

Pandemic disruptions may have muddled the measurement of home prices in inflation data. That could complicate the Fed’s course on interest rates.

$800,000 Homes in California
Real Estate, February 26

A recently renovated house in Yucca Valley, a three-bedroom home in Benicia and a one-bedroom condominium in Laguna Niguel.

Should You Consider Buying Your Childhood Home?
Real Estate, February 26

It might be a sensitive subject to bring up, but a path to homeownership for adult children could also make financial sense for their parents.

Against All Odds, New York’s Artist Buildings Have Survived
T Style, February 26

Generations of creatives once flocked to the city seeking affordable rent. Now, despite skyrocketing real estate prices, some continue to carve out studio spaces of their own.

Why Artists Rule New York
T Style, February 26

It’s home to all types, but one group has made the city what it is today.

Why a $25 Million Plan to Relocate N.Y.C. Migrant Families Is Struggling
Metro, February 25

A program designed to resettle 1,250 families across New York State has moved only about 170 households, barely easing the burden on the city’s shelter system.

The Joy of Stoop Books
N Y T Now, February 24

Why is it that books found in giveaway piles cast such a spell on us?

Few Good Solutions as Home Affordability Plummets
Foreign, February 24

An economic analysis found that in several Canadian cities, prices would have to plummet, or incomes would have to soar improbably, to restore affordability.

How Do I Evict My Roommates?
Real Estate, February 24

Even if your rental arrangement is off the books, tenants have legal rights that you need to consider.

A New ‘Holy Grail’ in the Housing Crisis: Statewide Rent Caps
National, February 23

As housing costs soar, Washington State wants to limit annual rent increases to 7 percent. Oregon and California have passed similar measures.

She Wanted an R.V. He Wanted a Sailboat. This Was Their Compromise.
Real Estate, February 23

Instead of rolling down roads, their motorboat floats down rivers — and it’s as cozy as a woodland cabin. Think of it as a floating R.V.

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
Real Estate, February 22

This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Scarsdale, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Leonia, N.J.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
Real Estate, February 22

This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, on the Upper East Side and in Downtown Brooklyn.

Their Hearts Were Set on a House in Hudson. Could They Afford the One They Wanted?
Interactive, February 22

Taking their second shot at an upstate New York home, a couple went looking for a place with space for art supplies, music gear and chickens.

Where Do Renters Get the Most for Their Dollar?
Real Estate, February 22

Hint: It’s where incomes are higher, not where rents are lower, according to a new study.

$89 Million Can’t Fix Her Mistakes
Styles, February 21

After a dramatic rise in business and society, the art-world mogul Louise Blouin finds herself unloading a Hamptons dream home in bankruptcy court.

$300,000 Homes in Texas, Georgia and Nebraska
Real Estate, February 21

A two-bedroom cottage in New Braunfels, a one-bedroom condominium in Atlanta and a Craftsman bungalow in Omaha.

Elliott Erwitt’s Co-op and Photo Studio Are Listed on Central Park West
Real Estate, February 21

Mr. Erwitt, who died last year, moved to the Brentmore more than 50 years ago. His estate has listed the co-op for $11.5 million and the studio for $2.3 million.

For a Rainbow of Color in Winter, Look to the Willow
Real Estate, February 21

But that’s just the beginning: If you want a living fence or something to feed livestock or material for a natural burial, there’s a willow for you.

A Bed-Stuy Loft Transformed With an Out-of-the-Ordinary Renovation
Real Estate, February 20

They didn’t expect their new Brooklyn home to flood a week after they moved in. But ‘with the destruction, there was an opportunity.’

Culinary Hubs Put a Twist on Home Cooking
Business, February 20

Developers are transforming clusters of old homes into micro restaurants to cater to the needs of surrounding neighborhoods.

Can the Olympics Rejuvenate One of France’s Poorest Corners?
Foreign, February 20

Officials hope an Olympic Village can transform a Paris suburb known for poverty and crime. But big plans have failed before.

$4.2 Million Homes in California
Real Estate, February 19

A Mediterranean-style house in Beverly Hills, a desert retreat in Pioneertown and a Spanish-style home in San Francisco.

After Fleeing Ukraine, a Tattoo Artist Settles Into Life in Brooklyn
Real Estate, February 19

Once the war started, Alona Hamova worked as a guest artist at tattoo studios in Europe, and when she thought she was ready, accepted an offer to work in Williamsburg.

In New York, the Trump Brand Is Costing Some Condo Owners
Real Estate, February 18

When Donald J. Trump became president, condominiums in buildings emblazoned with his name began selling for less, according to an analysis.

These Small Towns Have a Big City Problem: The Rent Is Way Too High
Metropolitan, February 18

Long considered more affordable than New York City, the Hudson Valley presents a stark example of how the nationwide housing crisis is squeezing renters.

The Great Compression
Sunday Business, February 17

Thanks to soaring housing prices, the era of the 400-square-foot subdivision house is upon us.

When a New Condo Building Has Problems, Who Pays to Fix Them?
Real Estate, February 17

Typically, condo owners are responsible for funding repairs to building systems. But if it’s a construction defect, that changes the playbook.

Keeping a Mortgage After 65: A ‘No Brainer’ or a Big Risk?
Sunday Business, February 17

Fueled by once-low rates, more older Americans have mortgage debt, according to new research. But the downsides can be significant, some experts say.

How to Choose Wallpaper
Interactive, February 16

Choosing the right wallpaper is tricky. Los Angeles designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe offer some tips.

As Home Insurance Bills Go Up, Owners’ Coverage Is Going Down
Business, February 16

Frequent natural disasters and high inflation have led insurers to raise premiums, and forced many customers to pare back their policies.

Are You Guilty of ‘Abuse of Wallpaper’? Here’s How to Avoid It.
Real Estate, February 16

If you’re thinking of wallpapering a room but are afraid to get started (or even choose a pattern), you’re not alone. We’ve got some suggestions.

Blaxit: Tired of Racism, Black Americans Try Life in Africa
Real Estate, February 16

Black people make up about 14 percent of the U.S. population. Many of them are wondering what it would be like to be part of a majority.

Facing Budget Troubles, Some Colleges Look to Sell the President’s House
Metro, February 16

The New School wants to sell its presidential residence in Manhattan for $20 million. It joins other small colleges that are turning to their real estate to help them through budget troubles.

The New School Lists Its Greenwich Village Townhouse for $20 Million
Real Estate, February 16

Under increasing pressure to offset a looming budget deficit, the school is selling the renovated 19th-century brick townhouse on West 11th Street.

Homes for Sale in Connecticut and New York
Real Estate, February 15

This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Westport, Conn., and a three-bedroom in Massapequa, N.Y.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
Real Estate, February 15

This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Lincoln Square and Williamsburg.

For Two Empty Nesters, a Fresh Start in Brooklyn 50 Years in the Making
Interactive, February 15

When two childhood friends from Crown Heights reconnected decades later, all they needed to start anew was an apartment they could share. Here’s what they found.

The Most Profitable Places to Own a Short-Term Rental
Real Estate, February 15

The housing market remains tight, but the price of entry is surprisingly low in many profitable vacation areas.

Mayor Adams Is Sued Over Failure to Comply With New Housing Laws
Metro, February 14

The City Council is expected to join the Legal Aid Society in a lawsuit to force Eric Adams to implement laws aimed at reducing homelessness.

$820,000 Homes in Utah, North Carolina and Connecticut
Real Estate, February 14

A 1910 cottage in St. George, a three-bedroom townhouse in Asheville and an early 19th-century farmhouse in Lakeville.

Mermaids and Roses: The Harlem Home of a ‘Hadestown’ Star
Real Estate, February 13

‘I’ve been here a while,’ said Lillias White, who plays Hermes in the Tony-winning musical. ‘Hence the clutter.’

What if Federal Reparations Weren’t a Fiction?
Op Ed, February 13

Federal reparations would help redress both the grievances of American history and the racial inequities that still define the present.

Student Housing Has a New Mantra: Bigger Is Better
Business, February 13

Off-campus complexes are getting larger, with some being home to more than 1,500 students, and being built on prime parcels of land as close to campus as possible.

They’re Starting a New York ‘Housing League.’ NIMBYs Not Allowed.
Metro, February 13

Brooklyn’s borough president and a Manhattan councilman are forming a club of politicians who embrace using development to ease New York City’s housing crisis.

CoStar Group’s Super Bowl Debut: Dan Levy, Heidi Gardner and Jeff Goldblum
Real Estate, February 12

The real estate analytics company poured millions of dollars into ads for Homes.com and Apartments.com in its latest effort to challenge rival home-search portals, like Zillow and Realtor.com.

$3.7 Million Homes in California
Real Estate, February 12

A midcentury-modern retreat in Palm Springs, a three-bedroom house in Santa Barbara and an island home in Belvedere.

Cómo la inteligencia artificial está remodelando la casa de tus sueños
En español, February 11

En medio de una crisis inmobiliaria inmanejable, las casas de lujo simuladas son una prueba de nuestro propio delirio.

This Real Estate Kingpin Maps Out the Path to Megadeals
Metropolitan, February 11

Widely considered the top commercial sales broker in New York City, the largest commercial market in the country, Bob Knakal’s deals total $22 billion — and counting.

Our Condo Building Has a Huge Roof. Why Aren’t More People Allowed on It?
Real Estate, February 10

It’s possible that the listed limits in a building’s offering plans are lower than what city code allows. Here’s how to find out.

Boxes, Tape, $10,000: What It Takes to Move Into an N.Y.C. Apartment
Metro, February 10

Upfront costs for renters — security deposits, broker fees and a month’s rent — are at their highest levels in years, another sign of the city’s housing crisis.

A Compact, Eco-Friendly House and Three (Not-So-Little) Pigs
Real Estate, February 9

The 1,200-square-foot home in coastal Maine uses a fraction of the energy required to heat the average house, and the pigs handle most of the yardwork.

Let’s Go Ice Skating. In the Backyard.
Real Estate, February 9

People around the country are building private rinks — some with as little as a garden hose and patience.

Can a New Law Force Airbnb Hosts to Become Landlords?
Metropolitan, February 9

It’s too early to tell if Local Law 18 will help ease the housing crisis in New York City. But homeowners with vacant rooms aren’t eager to open them up for long-term rentals.

New York City’s Housing Crunch Is the Worst It Has Been in Over 50 Years
Metro, February 8

Only 1.4 percent of the city’s rentals were available in 2023, according to new data, the lowest portion since 1968. The market was even tighter for lower-cost apartments.

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
Real Estate, February 8

This week’s properties are four-bedroom homes in Nissequogue, N.Y., and Surf City, N.J.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens
Real Estate, February 8

This week’s properties are in Alphabet City, the Flatiron district and Jackson Heights.

Where Splitting the Rent Saves Couples the Most Money
Real Estate, February 8

A study looked at the cost-savings of moving in together.

A Young Family Took Its Chicago Budget to Madison, Wis. How Much House Could They Afford?
Interactive, February 8

With two children under 5, a couple of first-time buyers wanted a three-bedroom house with a yard to play in and an easy commute to their new jobs. Here’s what they found.

Commercial Real Estate Is in Trouble. Here’s What to Focus On.
Op Ed, February 7

Is the Fed chair too blasé?

The Real Estate Crisis Looming Over Banks
Business, February 7

A year after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, investors are fearing for regional lenders saddled with a mountain of souring commercial mortgages.

$450,000 Homes in Virginia, Massachusetts and Ohio
Real Estate, February 7

A Carpenter Gothic-style home in Irvington, a cottage in the Berkshires and a two-bedroom brick house in Columbus.

For a Ukrainian Gardener, Flowers Offer a Way Forward
Real Estate, February 7

When war came to her country, Alla Olkhovska had been planning to open a rare-plants nursery. Now her Clematis seeds have an international following.

Prominent N.Y. Developer Arrested on Charges Tied to Vast Fraud Scheme
Metro, February 6

Nir Meir helped run the firm HFZ Capital Group, which became a major developer of luxury housing but collapsed amid investor lawsuits and foreclosures.

Exploring the Birthplace of Black History Month
Video, February 6

Dr. Woodson’s house, the birthplace of the annual month, was a hub of scholarship, bringing together generations of intellectuals, writers and activists.

Who Says Historic Homes Have to Be Stuffy?
Real Estate, February 6

Here’s how one couple brought their Federal house in Salem, Mass., into the 21st century — with ‘color, character and eccentricity.’

Is the Middle-Class Dream Over in Las Vegas?
Editorial, February 6

Many voters in Nevada dislike the Republican Party, but they also wonder if Democrats in Washington are too old and out of touch to fight for them.

A New Bill Could Bring ‘Social Housing’ to New York
Metro, February 6

The bill would create a state agency to build developments that would be affordable but wouldn’t rely wholly on public subsidies.

$1.3 Million Homes in California
Real Estate, February 5

An adobe compound in Joshua Tree, a one-bedroom condominium in West Hollywood and a bungalow within walking distance of the beach in Aptos.

The Five Brooklyn Roommates Who Merged Two Households Into One
Real Estate, February 5

In Bushwick, the neighborly ‘hello’ in the hallway led to hanging out in each other’s apartments, and spirited theater-karaoke nights singing show tunes.

How Nevada Is Pushing to Generate Jobs Beyond the Casinos
Business, February 5

Chastened by a series of economic downturns that punished the hospitality industry, state leaders are working to broaden the economy.

How A.I. Is Remodeling the Fantasy Home
Culture, February 4

Amid an intractable real estate crisis, fake luxury houses offer a delusion of one’s own.

Skate Under the Brooklyn Bridge (Or Just Take Photos)
Real Estate, February 4

A pop-up ice skating rink has finally come to Brooklyn Bridge Park, a decade after developers planned it.

A Slide Show of a Neighborhood, as Some Saw It
Insider, February 4

A project from Styles charts the stages of gentrification in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with photographs of changing store fronts, street corners and performance spaces.

The Condo Board Is Ruining Our Building! How Do We Get Them Out?
Real Estate, February 3

There are several avenues you can take to try to get better leadership. Whichever you choose, make sure it stands up to legal scrutiny.

China’s Economy Grew Last Year, but Strains Lurk Behind the Numbers
Business, January 17

Gross domestic product expanded 5.2 percent, as China worked to export more to make up for weak demand, high debt and a steep property contraction at home.

The Fed Has Put Our Housing Market in Jeopardy
Op Ed, November 14

The Federal Reserve’s relentless attack on inflation has jeopardized the housing market.

How High Interest Rates Sting Bakers, Farmers and Consumers
Business, October 23

Everyone who relies on credit in America is confronting a new reality: Money will cost more for a good long while.

Are High Rates Going to Last? Fed Officials Increasingly Think So.
Business, September 21

Federal Reserve officials forecast higher interest rates through 2026 this week, a sign that borrowing costs are not heading back to the rock-bottom levels normal before the pandemic.

La nueva guerra en contra de la mala calidad del aire
En español, June 23

Hace un siglo, un edificio bien ventilado se consideraba una buena práctica sanitaria. Pero cuando llegó la COVID-19, nuestros edificios apenas podían respirar. ¿Cómo ocurrió eso? ¿Y cómo conseguimos ahora que el aire fresco ingrese a nuestras casas?

Where Housing Prices Have Crashed and Billions in Wealth Have Vanished
Business, June 19

In New Zealand, high interest rates have sent property prices sliding nearly 18 percent since November 2021.

The New War on Bad Air
Science, June 17

A century ago, a well-ventilated building was considered good medicine. But by the time Covid-19 arrived, our buildings could barely breathe. How did that happen? And how do we let the fresh air back in?

Rosalind Franklin and Unsung Women in Science
Letters, May 9

Dr. Franklin and giving credit to women for their scientific contributions. Also: New College of Florida; Black unemployment; housing solutions; Covid risks.

Yes, You Should Be Worried About a Potential Bank Crisis. Here’s Why.
Op Ed, May 4

The banking crisis may be just getting started.

‘The Era of Urban Supremacy Is Over’
Op Ed, March 15

Many of the nation’s major cities face a daunting future.

By Adding Apartments, Malls Seek to Bring Shopping Closer to Home
Business, February 16

Facing an existential crisis over empty space, owners are trying to fill malls with residences, building on the live-work-play model sought by young adults.

In Maine, a Rare Influx of New Residents, and a Housing Crunch
National, February 3

New arrivals over the last few years have fueled hopes of population growth, but workers increasingly struggle to find housing in a market gone wild.

The Chicago Home Was Designed for Parties. Then the Parties Stopped.
Real Estate, January 24

Before the pandemic, turning a house into a hub for big gatherings seemed like a good idea.

They Poured Their Savings Into Homes That Were Never Built
Interactive, January 24

What is it like to pour your life savings into apartments that might never get built?

As Thousands Fall Behind on Rent, Public Housing Faces ‘Disaster’
Metro, January 23

The New York City Housing Authority collected just 65 percent of the rent it charged in the 12 months leading up to December, the lowest percentage in the agency’s history.

My Boss Told My Co-workers That I Had Covid. Isn’t That Illegal?
Real Estate, January 14

Federal guidelines require employees’ health information to be kept confidential. But employers also have an obligation to protect the workplace.

What TikTok Told Us About the Economy in 2022
Business, December 31

From Barbiecore to revenge travel, social media trends gave us a clear picture of the forces reshaping the economy.

Los nómadas digitales llegan a Ciudad de México y los precios de la vivienda suben
en Español, December 28

Airbnb se ha convertido en un destino en el que estadounidenses y europeos encuentran alquileres de largo plazo en la capital mexicana, trastocando el mercado local.

As Remote Workers Flock to Mexico City, Airbnb and Housing Prices Soar
Foreign, December 28

American and Europeans are using Airbnb to find long-term rentals in Mexico’s capital, pushing housing costs higher and, critics say, forcing out local residents.

Trust the Models? In This Economy?
Business, December 19

Years into the pandemic, it is still difficult to get a handle on what comes next for the economy by looking at examples from the past.

The Elusive Dream of Owning a Home in New York City
Metro, November 29

For many middle- and working-class New Yorkers, it’s an even more distant possibility than it used to be.

Is Homeownership Slipping Even Further Out of Reach for New Yorkers?
Metropolitan, November 24

In a city of renters, the turbulent pandemic housing market is making it harder than ever to buy a home.

The Apartment Found Her? Yes, and Three of Her Fellow Doctors
Real Estate, November 21

Puja Patel wanted her own apartment and wanted to be within walking distance of her new job as an emergency room doctor at Mount Sinai Queens.

FOMO Helped Drive Up Housing Prices in the Pandemic. What Can We Expect Next?
Op Ed, September 28

Inflation-corrected prices may end up substantially lower as factors driving high home prices weaken with time.

As China’s Economy Stumbles, Homeowners Boycott Mortgage Payments
Business, August 17

In a rare act of defiance, people across the country who bought property from indebted developers are refusing to repay loans on their unfinished apartments.

Large landlords aggressively moved against renters in the pandemic, a report says.
Business, July 29

A House subcommittee investigation found four firms were responsible for nearly 15,000 eviction filings while there were moratoriums on evictions.

New York Renters Are Now Paying the Price for the ‘Covid Discount’
Real Estate, July 26

More than 40 percent of the available units in Manhattan currently come from tenants priced out of apartments they leased in 2020 and 2021, according to a new StreetEasy report.

The Penn Station $7 Billion Fix-Up Moves Ahead: Here’s What to Know
Metro, July 21

The project promises to update the notorious eyesore but critics of the plan are concerned about the cost.

Nearly a Third of Gen Z Is Living at Home (and They Plan to Stay)
Real Estate, July 21

And among those who moved out of their childhood bedroom, a third are spending about half of their monthly income on rent or mortgage.

What Baby Boomers Want (Options!), Senior Housing Delivers
Business, July 19

Shifting demographics are reshaping complexes built for older Americans, who are looking for a variety of rates and services.

Moved During the Pandemic? You May Need to Update Your Insurance.
Real Estate, June 13

Many people changed where and how they lived, but “upgrading their policies for all of these experiences fell by the wayside,” an appraisal executive said.

How Do You Find an Apartment in N.Y.C. These Days?
Metro, May 28

Apartment hunting in the city has never been easy, but now the search has become seemingly impossible as prices soar. Readers told us about their pandemic housing struggles — and eventual successes.

The Extraordinary Wealth Created by the Pandemic Housing Market
Upshot, May 1

Rarely have so many Americans gained so much equity in so little time, but it’s also inseparable from the housing affordability crisis.