NYTimes Real Estate - Find a Home, Apartment or Condo
By The New York Times Company
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Find apartments for rent or for sale using our free New York Times Real Estate app for iPhone. Browse thousands of available homes for sale and organize your open house planning on the go.
In-depth home search tools designed to surface property details for the most desirable properties on the market, combined with frequently updated, award-winning New York Times Real Estate articles.
• A brand new real estate news stream, which combines our favorite real estate articles with this week's most exciting properties
• Browse fully comprehensive property information in New York City, across the country and throughout the world
• Updated throughout the day, read the most current New York Times Real Estate news for free and share articles with friends
• Search for properties by keyword location, ZIP code, neighborhood or by what's nearby to surface homes and open houses near you
• Refine property searches by price reductions, open houses, newest, for sale by owner, new development and more
• Calculate your potential monthly mortgage payment on the fly
• Research New York City sales activity and view nearby school information
• View properties on a map and get directions
• View and manage your saved properties and searches on your iPhone or on the Web
• Sign up for e-mail alerts when new properties are posted and when your favorite homes have new open house times and/or price changes
• E-mail your favorite properties to a friend
• Contact real estate agents quickly and easily via one-touch calling / e-mailing
Property images by kind permission of The Corcoran Group and Halstead Property LLC.
What's New in Version 2.6
In addition to exterminating several bugs, we've also added the ability to log-in to your Times account directly using Facebook, making it easier and faster to save searches, properties and set up notifications. Happy home hunting!
Potentially a useful app, it is time consuming to use because you cannot save listings easily (unlike Street Easy). It may have different listings that SE--a benefit, but it is frustrating to use. The worst is when you look up a listing (current) in the search field and the app search function fails to find it. The error message reads, "Looks like the market is moving faster than you." Really? Nope. It's the app.
Fabulous app with plenty of search filters. The database is endless and always updated. Nothing to complain about it, except you can't zoom in photos.
An Outsider's Inside View
As a nearly lifelong Left-Coaster, the East and its Emerald City have long fascinated me. I've been to New York City many times and even briefly considered relocating there until Real Life slapped that notion down. So I live quite vicariously in an Allen-esque version of Manhattan, and when my day allows, I voraciously consume any media message regarding NYC, and its people, places and things. For quite a long time, my learnings and yearnings were sated by the highly informative and eminently readable Christopher Gray version of the "Streetscapes" column. When it was discontinued (the reasons for which remain infuriatingly opaque), my motivations to cancel my NYT digital subscription were only mollified upon seeing the "Streetscapes" archive duly available on the new NYT Real Estate app. To me, it's appearance represented a fine opening salvo, an element which complements several of my other favorite features of the finely constructed digital magazine, easily accessible on my iPad and iPhone. I enjoy the "Ask Real Estate" column for its well-researched answers to the quotidian annoyances of Manhattan multi-family domesticity, especially the care and feeding of the coop boards, akin on a Manhattan scale to our own Home Owner Association boards here in California, though NYC leaves us in the dust in the elitist-a-hole olympics. Tracking prices and fine views of all the beautifully expensive ways to drop a buck in Manhattan and its environs exemplifies what has always been a hallmark of New York life. It's said if you have to ask you can't afford it; I know I can't, but at least I still have this easy to use and highly informative app, with a taste of Christopher Gray to sweeten New York's tendency toward the astringent.
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- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Apr 27, 2016
- Version: 2.6
- Size: 11.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: The New York Times Company (iDP)
- © The New York Times Company
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.