BrickUnderground is taking Columbus Day off, but not without leaving you a few choice links to tide you over...
- Let your homeowner's insurance lapse and you could get hit with a rate hike (New York Times)
- Is renting an apt about to get a whole lot easier? (TechCrunch via Atlantic Cities)
- Weird, wacky eviction of an illegal hotel in a Midtown co-op (HabitatMag)
- Only in the FiDi would renters not bother to make their apts rent stabilized (Wall Street Journal)
- Why co-ops don't want to be condos (NY Observer)
- It's official! Park Slope is finally suburbia, opens a Subway (Brownstoner)
- ...Now that it's the 'burbs, Neighborhood Watch is keeping an eye on trash bandits (Here's Park Slope)
- A guide for renter/buyer newbies (amNew York)
- If you're shopping for a Manhattan apt, good luck finding one (Bloomberg)
- What's better, a mortgage broker or a bank loan officer? (Brownstoner Forum)
- So-called "good" middle class Manhattan neighborhoods are a mixed bag (Urban Baby)
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