Why developers make good neighbors, dodging rental blunders, and more

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

A foolproof way to assess a new condo project: if the developer is a buyer too (NYP)

New to the renting game? Five basic flubs you’ll want to avoid (Business Insider)

Does your luxury rental violate accessibility laws? Feds widen Fair Housing Act legal battle (NYP)

Selling your home? That shabby carpeting has got to go (NYT)

An 84-square-foot Olympia, Wash., house that makes the average NYC apartment look palatial (NYT)

Pegboard: an overlooked but versatile material to organize your place (Apartment Therapy)

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