Decoding broker spin, why you’re getting squeezed even as rents fall, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | February 18, 2014 - 10:59AM

“Exposed brick,” “new appliances” and other broker euphemisms decoded (Thrillist)

What happens when your co-op board insists on a top-of-the-line washer/dryer? (NYP; previously)

Removable wallpaper, luscious curtains and other ways to trick out your rental (Zillow)

How to live in Dumbo for less than $900 a month (DNAinfo)

Manhattan rents took a steep fall this winter, but here’s why you may still be getting squeezed (NYT)

On the other hand, at least you don't live in this North Dakota town, where rents far surpass NYC’s (Williston Herald via The Real Deal)

Don't be the neighbor your neighbors love to hate. Here's how (Gothamist)



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