Rate a home's flip-worthiness, decoding Craigslist's rental jargon, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | May 7, 2014 - 10:59AM

Aptly-named new website FLIPT tells you if that house is a good investment (Inman News)

Craigslist jargon for Williamsburg rentals, decoded (Free Williamsburg)

Yep, your condo board can revoke parking, pool-time and other privileges if you stop paying your monthly bill (Habitat Magazine)

One alternative to that elusive backyard: buy in a building with a "landscaped courtyard" (though it won't come cheap) (NYP)

Will de Blasio make good on his promise to #LegalizeStoopDrinking? (Gothamist)

8 lesser-known spots worth exploring in Central Park (Guest of a Guest via Halstead)

Don't panic just yet about "deteriorating" subway service (WNYC)

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