Property taxes cut for co-ops and condos, how to pay all cash when you don't have any, and more

By Sara Alessi | November 25, 2013 - 8:58AM

NYC cuts co-op/condo property tax rate to lowest in 5 years--but it's not all good news (Habitat Magazine)

New Yorkers: There may finally be some relief from your over/under active radiator (DNAinfo)

or you could just get your heat from a subway vent (Atlantic Cities)

A next generation smoke/carbon monoxide detector that won’t split your eardrums (NY Times)

The best (and worst) new websites to consult while looking for a rental (Curbed NY)

How to make an all cash offer when you don't have the cash ( NY1)

Why you should consider installing professional-style appliances in your kitchen before listing your apartment (NY Times)

It pays to have roommates in Brooklyn--but not necessarily in Manhattan (Curbed NY)

If you’re looking to move to Brooklyn within the next few years, you’ll be happy to hear that Downtown Brooklyn is seeing a construction boom (NYT)

More people should walk around nude in their apartments  (NY Magazine)

The saga continues: Airbnb hotelier Toshi must cough up $1m to the city of New York (Observer)

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