Deciphering your lease's fine print, top 3 reasons a real estate sale can fall through and more

By Lucy Cohen Blatter | December 5, 2013 - 8:59AM

Renters beware: The fine print in your lease might surprise you (NY1; previously)

Interest rates, the future of condos, de Blasio and more: What's in store for NYC real estate in 2014 (The Real Deal)

Top 3 reasons real estate deals fall apart for the buyer (Forbes)

Finding the cheaper apartments in NYC's hottest neighborhoods (Curbed; previously)

Panic rooms make a comeback (NY Daily News)

A private investigator (hired by a co-op board) poses as a subletter, and now a resident faces eviction from his affordable housing co-op (New York Times)

Watch out: It's established hipsters vs. trust-fund kids in Bushwick (New York Post)

Using real estate to fund education: It's better to tap into a home equity line than a retirement fund to fund a child's college tuition (New York Times)

The end of tax breaks for pieds-a-terre? (Crains)

Williamsburg family gives a luxury spin to their new home built out of... shipping containers (Curbed)

East Village tenement residents may find it harder to do laundry these days (EV Grieve)

Wow, an Upper West Side rooftop addition that's not for the rich (West Side Rag)

Filming in Clinton Hill is actually really annoying for residents (Real Estate Media NYC)

Long but very interesting: How real estate owners are profiting from the homeless (NY Mag)

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