Hiding nude art to sell a home, skip broker's fees by squatting, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | March 3, 2014 - 10:59AM

Buyers don't need to see your nude art collection when you're selling your home (WSJ)

Squatting: the broker's fee alternative we've been looking for? (CurbedNY)

What a co-op board should do when a potential hire won’t shake a woman’s hand (Habitat Magazine)

Amenity segregation spreads: more rent-stabilized tenants locked out of gym, pool, playroom and other market-rate perks (NYDN; previously)

Debating a building-wide smoking ban can leave you huffing and puffing (NYO via CurbedNY)

Should you take climate change into account when shopping for a NYC home? (NYT)

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