Cynthia Nixon to star in NYC bidding war dramedy; Super Bowl could mean big bucks for some NY apt dwellers, and more

By Sara Alessi | September 23, 2013 - 8:59AM

Some New Yorkers plan to rent their apts to Super Bowl tourists for up to $12,000/week...even though it's totally illegal (NYDN; previously)

Morgan Freeman, Diane Keaton, Cynthia Nixon to star in NYC real estate bidding-war dramedy (The Wrap)

…and if you’d rather read about real estate than watch it, here’re 10 must-read books about NYC real estate (The Real Deal)

Can apartments sell when they’re not even officially on the market? You bet (New York Times)

...and here are even more creative ways to find apartments that aren't advertised for sale  (NY1)

Assuming a seller's mortgage (if it's an FHA or V.A. loan) can save buyers serious bucks (NYT)

Bad news if your building doesn't accept packages: Staples and RadioShack have pulled out of Amazon’s lockers program (Beta Beat)

All-cash buyers got you down? You're not alone  (PBS Newshour)

Think the construction in your neighborhood is bad? The Lower East Side Seward Park High School restoration lasts until midnight (Bowery Boogie)

Here's what to do if a your co-op neighbor's roommate does some objectionable things and might even be a sex offender (Habitat)

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