Too old for Williamsburg, tips for finding a cheaper place in NYC, and more

By Sara Alessi | August 26, 2013 - 8:58AM

Would you move for food?  New  luxury rental in Hell's Kitchen thinks so, touting an in-house food market and culinary amenities (NY Daily News)

Empty nesters shamed out of Williamsburg, leave condo behind (Purple Clover)

Why real estate agents still exist (The Washington Post)

Mind your manners: Fighting over fixtures at closing could cost you a sale (New York Times)

This city is not cheap, but here are 4 tips for finding cheap(er) housing (Business Insider)

Look out: Rental scammers are targeting first-timers and immigrants (The Real Deal)

One more thing to worry about when buying a new condo? Brooklyn real estate attorney Eduard Fridman guilty of forging condo plan acceptance letters (Brooklyn Eagle)

If you’re looking for a quiet place to live, West 94th Street isn’t it, thanks to weekend and early-morning construction (West Side Rag)

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