Getting into the right job is the key.
And the ones you may want to avoid.
An attempt to evict the fashion icon shines a spotlight on some of the very blurry lines in fashion.
The nation’s stable economy and expanding tourism market have helped drive international interest right through the pandemic.
An early 20th-century house in San Francisco, a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in Manhattan and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.
The exterior of the 1930s Mediterranean-style home in Coconut Grove was charming. The interior was anything but. This couple was thrilled.
A 1916 bungalow in Oakland, a penthouse loft in a converted theater in Long Beach and a ranch house in Pasadena.
Since a winter storm and hard freeze swept through the state last week, knocking out power and heat, homeowners have swamped plumbers with urgent repair calls.
First-time buyers have the tech-smarts and now the tools to do all or part of their purchase online, sometimes even before seeing their new houses in person.
Inside an early Art Deco building, the designer Martin Brûlé has created an understated homage to New York’s vibrant past — and his own pioneering vision.
As New York’s working-class neighborhoods shrink, so does the space for keeping pigeons.
For starters, Biden can improve lives right now by recalibrating existing programs.
Investors from home and abroad continued to pump money into the Swiss property market last year, keeping demand and prices on the rise.
It’s the season for ordering roses. Here’s how to choose the right ones — and how to grow them sustainably once you’ve got them.
The pandemic has led to deep discounts in New York’s rental market, but the city is still unaffordable for many of the city’s most vital workers
‘I have a hard time saying no to a basket,’ said the actor Courtney Henggeler, explaining her approach to decorating her family’s Long Island rental.
An 1888 Victorian in Coronado, a Mediterranean-style home in Los Angeles and a new house in Redwood City.
As the Mexican city has grown into a creative epicenter, architects have built on the legacy of Luis Barragán, constructing residences that encourage introspection.
A larger, newer place in the couple’s West New York neighborhood was out of reach. But they didn’t need to be near the Lincoln Tunnel anymore.
The Emmy Award-winning actress and her husband, the entrepreneur Howard Sherman, have used the Crosby Street apartment as a pied-à-terre. They are listing it for $5.795 million.
Is it possible to import growth without also importing housing problems? “I can’t point to a city that has done it right.”
Vaccines are rolling out, but we still have a long way to go. We asked experts to give us a clue about when we can just go to a friend’s house and hang out.
Lockdowns are harder when you’re stuck in a small space and can’t stockpile food or toilet paper.
Senior living communities around the country are offering vaccine access as an incentive for moving in.
For the painter Angel Otero, a former place of worship in upstate New York is a sanctuary in which to live and work.
If progressivism can’t work there, why should the country believe it can work anywhere else?
A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia, a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena.
A dining room with historic murals in Kennebunkport, Maine, connects its current owners with the past.
After buying an awkward 1960s house with a clumsy 1980s addition, a couple set about dragging the lakefront property into the 21st century.
A 1908 Craftsman bungalow in Pasadena, a midcentury house designed by Cliff May in Long Beach and a Mediterranean-style home in Albany.
A clamp lamp is the easiest fix when you need to bring light to a dark corner — or a makeshift home office.
Wanting to keep older relatives safe and close, families are taking a harder look at the structures known as accessory dwelling units.
Eviction moratoriums don’t keep arrears from piling up, and aid to renters may not reach the most vulnerable.
The largest private development in U.S. history has attracted marquee companies, but is struggling with unsold luxury condos and a mall barren of shoppers.
Among the spate of sales downtown last month, Ms. Parker and Mr. Broderick sold their Charles Street townhouse for $15 million.
The pandemic has sent many people back to their parents’ homes, giving both generations new insight and a chance at a different kind of relationship.
The wealthy people who paid millions to own units at the supertall tower in Midtown Manhattan have complained about design problems.
Branden and Rayni Williams sold $700 million of real estate for Rick Hilton’s firm in 2019. Now they’ve left to start their own agency.
New regulatory records show the bank found that Rosemary Vrablic had engaged in undisclosed investment activity involving a client.
A prefabricated modern house in Madison, a brick colonial in Gloucester and a Greek Revival-style home in McComb.
432 Park, one of the wealthiest addresses in the world, faces some significant design problems, and other luxury high-rises may share its fate.
Not ready to return to the gym? Here are seven simple tools for strength and conditioning that can help everyone get a healthy start in 2021.
Neighborhoods in Newark are beginning to see a flurry of redevelopment, a decade after the city’s downtown gained vogue.
A four-bedroom house with a pool in Rancho Mirage, a farmhouse on five acres in Petaluma and a one-bedroom condominium in San Francisco.
During the pandemic, one couple’s outdoor space has served as a living and dining room, kitchen, art and music studio, office, storage unit and gym.
The median sale price rose by 40 percent in 2020, while the volume of sales increased 37 percent.
Instagram and fans of painstaking renovations have given new life to homes with some history, especially if they’re affordable.
The writer’s modern three-bedroom house, lined with wood and stone, comes with a $3.495 million price tag.
Silicon Valley techies and Wall Street titans have bought homes and moved businesses there in the pandemic, coaxed by an eager mayor.
In this corner of YouTube, you can watch someone else clean the house — and you won’t be alone.