Google Hudson Square Campus To Open By 2020Tech giant Google plans to spend more than $1 billion to expand operations in New York City’s Hudson Square neighborhood. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Google Plans New $1 Billion Campus In NYCTech giant Google plans to spend more than $1 billion to expand operations in New York City's Hudson Square neighborhood. CBSN New York's Alex Denis report.
2019 Neighborhoods To WatchWhether renting or buying, real estate in the five boroughs is always changing. What are the hot neighborhoods for 2019? Nancy Wu from the real estate site Streeteasy.com joins CBSN New York's Alex Denis with the top 10 list.
Community Seeks To Put Military Family Into New HomeA group of volunteers in Brookhaven, N.Y., are rehabilitating a home for the holidays, and for one veteran in need, it will be a surprise gift. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New Nassau County Tax Assessment Letters Giving Some Sticker ShockLetters are in the mail to all 380,000 Nassau County homes in the first property reassessment in eight years. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Time To Check Chimney, Roof, Home Heating SystemsExperts say now is the time to start getting homes winterized. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
L Train Shutdown Helping Push Down Williamsburg RentsWhile the L train subway has served as a commuter lifeline into Manhattan, the line's year-and-a-half shutdown for repairs is forcing landlords to offer deals to keep renters in the Brooklyn neighborhood. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Jeter Selling Lakefront Home For $15 MillionThe stunning home is located on Greenwood Lake in Orange County.
Update: Community Worried Proposed Buildings Will Block Sun From Botanical GardenVanessa Murdock is in the Brooklyn Botanical Garden in Crown Heights near where developers want to put up 20- and 40-story luxury apartment building that would cast shade over sections of the the famed greenspace.
Online Complaints Taking A Toll On Real Estate PricesPeople post everything to social media, but negative reviews online are starting to have an effect on real estate prices. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Town In Connecticut Bans 'For Sale' Signs Outside Of HomesMany say the signs are ugly and hurt sales, others disagree. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
How To Find The Best Summer Beach House RentalWhile many properties have already been snatched up from the previous year, those looking for summer rentals now need to be careful on what's left - or what's a scam. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Update: How Many Boats Are Too Many For Backyard Slips?Councilman Anthony D'Esposito wants to stop Long Island backyard boat slips from becoming "mini marinas," limiting the number of boats to prevent renting out extra space, but homeowners say they need that revenue to cover the cost of living there. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Church, State At Odds Over Lawn Used For FarmingChrist Episcopal Church in West Babylon in Long Island is using its lawn to grow crops for the needy, but town officials say that's not allowed. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Update: Home Sales Skyrocketing In Long IslandOut on Long Island, low inventory on real estate is prompting bidding wars and more. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
‘Bayonne Box’ Homes Capture Tension Between Development, PreservationA fight between New Jersey housing developers and supporters of historic preservation is heating up over so-called "Bayonne Box" homes. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Glamour Of Manhattan's Retail Might FadesOnce considered the mecca of shopping for the finest brands, New York's retail rows now features many vacancies. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Hacked HomebuyersBuying a home can be one of the most exciting moments of your life. But increasingly, con artists have been ruining the milestone by stealing down payments out from under a buyer's nose. CBS2’s Dana Tyler found just how shockingly simple the scam can be and how hacked homebuyers are falling victim.
Robotic Realtors Coming To New York Next YearListings of apartments and houses will soon have curated tours given by virtual guides. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Home Designer Aiming For Kid AppealForget about curb appeal, the newest trend in real estate is "kid appeal." CBS2's Jessica Moore meets a Manhattan home designer who knows how to target home buyers -- not just the ones writing the checks.
Living Large In Huntington BayCBS2's Emily Smith takes the tour.
Living Large In Larchmont HarborCBS2's Emily Smith takes the tour.
Living Large In Darien, Conn.CBS2's Emily Smith takes the tour.
Living Large In Mount KiscoIn tonight's Living Large, we got to Mount Kisco, Westchester County where a home that took two years to build. The homeowners traveled to England to find inspiration. CBS2's Emily Smith takes the tour.

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