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Speeding up reluctant buyers, bedbug attacks on the decline, and more

By Virginia K. Smith | June 2, 2014 - 10:59AM 

If you're trying to sell your house, it helps to hit buyers with a deadline (WSJ)

Well, that's a relief: bedbug violations in rental buildings have dropped by half since 2010 (NYP)

NYC's composting program is spreading, and actually pretty popular (NYT)

Warehouse living, the grown-up version (WSJ)

Another Brooklyn affordable housing lottery, this one in Park Slope (Brooklynian via Brownstoner)

Everything you need to know to throw the perfect garage (or stoop) sale (Apartment Therapy)​

Skateboarding--your new commute alternative? (The Atlantic)

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