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Waterfront prices undercut nearby states but the forces of erosion are at work
Region’s property prices are rising from the ashes
The price of the US president’s former house, like many of its neighbours, has been cut
Median house price drops 11.4% in first quarter
Developments in the city, once a stopover for George Washington, command high price tags
The sleepy enclave has become the eighth priciest zip code in the US with sprawling hilltop mansions
Vermont village attracts wealthy weekenders but, until now, its market was tight
Housebuyers are attracted to a spate of new builds on large lots
Oregon city is luring young professionals to its cluster of tech and sports apparel giants
Hamlet offers Long Island beaches and more value for money than its glamorous neighbours
A weak currency, spectacular scenery — and Trump — are boosting the island’s appeal
Can the capital’s housing market shrug off Trump’s protectionist rhetoric?
Manhattan’s high-end glut means developers have to be more realistic on pricing
New Mexico town offers adventurous sports alongside adobe architecture
Mega-mansions in the upmarket area of Los Angeles are certainly opulent, but are the prices realistic in any way?
The state has some of the most expensive waterfront properties in the US, with one home on sale for $175m
Yet apartment owners in even landmark buildings such as The Dakota are having to lower prices to seal deals
Despite its elegant mansions and illustrious history, the picturesque harbour town still has moderately priced housing stock
Will new homes ruin Georgia’s fiercely private barrier island and its pristine white-sand beaches?
Art galleries and new upmarket residential projects are reinforcing the appeal of this Manhattan neighbourhood
Maryland’s Eastern Shore is close to Washington DC but can offer buyers peace, quiet and anonymity
Four-mile stretch of LA seafront braced for influx of tech millionaire buyers after social network’s flotation
Sales may have fallen 22 per cent but the distinctive homes are still the most sought-after homes in the New York borough
The seaside village has long been a haven for artists and writers, but an influx of money is reshaping its housing market
Despite local restrictions on development, a number of new residential projects are under way in the affluent enclave