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new york city Located in the northeast, New York covers over 49,000 square miles.  From the Atlantic coastline and the Hudson River in the southeast to the Finger Lakes in the interior, to Niagara Falls and Lake Ontario in the northwest, and to the Saint Lawrence River to the north, New York State is blessed with abundant rivers and waterways  Albany is the state capital; other notable cities include New York City, Rochester, Syracuse, and Buffalo.

The capital city of Albany is located in upstate New York, on the west bank of the Hudson River.  Albany is a center of higher education, and much of its economy depends on state government, health care, and high-tech industrial employment.  The University at Albany (SUNY) and several other colleges and universities are located in the Albany area.  In recent decades, much of Albany's downtown and midtown areas have been revitalized.

New York City, the largest metro area in the USA and fourth largest city in the world, lies at the mouth of the Hudson River and includes the island of Manhattan as well as Staten Island and western Long Island.  New York City is a lively economic center with a great arts and culture scene including world-class dining, shopping, museums, theater, symphony, opera, and live music.  There are a number of major league sports teams, including the MLB Yankees and Mets, NBA Knicks and Nets, NFL Giants and Jets, and NHL Rangers.  An extensive public transit system including subways and buses connects the many neighborhoods, boroughs, and districts, of which Manhattan is the financial and commercial core.  Lower Manhattan houses the financial district, while Midtown is the commercial district and home to world-famous Fifth Avenue.  Manhattan's Upper East Side is a residential area for the very wealthy, while the Upper West Side is a residential area favored by working professionals and families.  The many neighborhoods scattered throughout Manhattan include Chinatown, Greenwich, Soho, and Times Square.  The boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx have large industrial areas and are ethnically diverse.  Staten Island is connected to Manhattan by ferry service and to Brooklyn by the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.  La Guardia, JFK, and Newark airports all service the New York City metro area.  New York City is crowded and the cost of living is high, as is crime and socioeconomic disparity.

In northwest New York on Lake Ontario, Rochester is a Great Lakes shipping port with a strong science and technology presence and excellent arts, culture, and educational assets.  It is home to the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester, as well as the Eastman Kodak Company, Xerox, Bausch & Lomb, and GM's hydrogen power research labs.  Rochester is the fourth rainiest city in the U.S., but Lake Ontario offers plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities and the cost of living is low.  Home to Syracuse University, Syracuse is a commercial and transportation center located in north central New York.  Outdoor recreational opportunities exist at Oneida Lake and Lake Ontario to the north.  Syracuse has a harsh winter climate, tying Utica for the greatest annual snowfall in the country, and the economy is on a decline.  Buffalo is located in western New York at the eastern end of Lake Erie, and is New York's second largest city.  Buffalo is a major port and manufacturing center which provides decent shopping as well as recreational and cultural amenities.  The city has a strong community feeling and takes great pride in professional sports.  Niagara Falls is a special attraction, but parts of the city are in various states of decline and winters are extremely cold and snowy.

On this page you will find New York real estate listing services as well as selected realtors and real estate agencies in the State of New York.  For your convenience, this page also provides access to New York real estate directories and realtor resources.  A list of housing finance resources for the State of New York can be found on this New York Housing Finance Agencies web page.  Whether you're buying or selling residential property in New York State, this wealth of information resources can help you get started.

New York Real Estate Listings

  • Zillow Real Estate > New York
    Find homes for sale, apartments for rent, mortgage information, and real estate agents in New York. Real estate listings can be filtered by price, home type, and number of bedrooms.
    www.Zillow.com
  • New York Real Estate Listings
    Find homes for sale in New York using a map or drop down menu.
    www.Realtor.com

New York Real Estate Agencies

New York Real Estate Directories

  • New York Custom Homes
    New York custom home builder directory, including location and contact information as well as website links.
    Custom-Home-Builders.RegionalDirectory.us
  • New York Manufactured Homes
    New York manufactured home supplier directory, including location and contact information plus website links.
    Manufactured-Homes.RegionalDirectory.us
  • Open Directory > New York Real Estate
    New York real estate directory from the Open Directory.
    www.DMOZ.org

New York Multiple Listing Services

  • GCAR
    The Greater Capital Association of Realtors is a real estate trade association that strives to provide knowledgeable and ethical real estate services to consumers and fellow Realtors. GCAR represents real estate professionals from Albany County and the surrounding area of New York State.
    www.GCAR.com
  • Long Island Board of Realtors
    The Multiple Listing Service of Long Island maintains a large inventory of homes for sale in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn, New York.
    www.LIRealtor.com
  • SIBOR
    The Staten Island Board of Realtors offers real estate support services for its members as well as real estate information for the general public. Find property listings, open houses, and Realtors®.
    www.SIBOR.com
  • WCBR
    The Westchester County Board of Realtors represents and provides services to real estate professionals in Westchester County and the surrounding region.
    www.WCBR.net
  • GRAR
    Provides services to real estate professionals in the Rochester area, and also features MLS listings of real estate for sale.
    www.HomesteadNet.com
  • WSTARMLS
    The Western Steuben Allegany Association of Realtors provides real estate support and information services for the Southern Tier region.
    www.WSTARMLS.com

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