More landlords pick up the broker's fee, a NYC millennial lusts after the suburbs, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | February 27, 2014 - 10:59AM

More landlords picking up the broker's fee, sometimes "quietly behind the scenes" (DNAinfo)

Your roommate’s consent is now enough for a warrantless police search of your home (LA Times)

A step-by-step guide to finding out if your market-rate rental is rent-stabilized (DNAinfo)

Proclaiming your gentrifier status with pride … no matter what Spike Lee says (NYDN and NY Mag)

Grandmotherly florals are a surprisingly good fit for this industrial NYC loft (Curbed)

Why one NYC millennial is considering “boomeranging” back to the suburbs (Atlantic Cities)

Looking for "condo-esque fixtures" in a rental and have plenty of money to spare? (Curbed)

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