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Trade Gives Emerging Markets Rest From Dealing With List of Woes

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Easing trade tensions provide some relief amid a avalanche of bad news for emerging markets.

N.Y. Golf Courses Poised To Keep Tax Break After Repeal Falters

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The debate over whether courses carry their fair weight has raged around the country for years.

Mansions Pile Up In Greenwich As Buyers Turn To Smaller Homes


Luxury buyers have gotten more options in other New York suburbs and Manhattan’s new condo towers.

Psst. Struggling To Sell Your New York Apartment? Just Whisper


The use of “whisper listings” has accelerated in recent months while New York home sales have slumped.

For NYC Luxury Real Estate Brokers, Mansion Tax A Relief

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The alternative to New York's new luxury property tax would have been far worse, they say.

Manhattan Home Sales Drop To Decade Low For A First Quarter


The new cap on federal state and local tax deductions may be dampening buyer sentiment in New York.

For NYC Homebuyers Looking For Luxury Deals, 'Now Is The Time'


Buyers are getting bargains as sellers reduce asking prices for high-end properties.

NYC Home Market To Face Glut After 2018 Sellers Found Few Takers


Just 48 percent of the homes listed from March through May of last year had been sold as of Feb. 1.

Greenwich Home Prices And Sales Fall


The Connecticut hedge fund manager enclave is catching the ripple effects from a weak New York market.

In Tax-Heavy Westchester, Homebuyers Shift To Condos, Co-Ops


Fourth-quarter sales of co-ops climbed 16 percent from a year earlier.

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