Waterfront buyers be warned, fake Craigslist movers from hell, and more

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

Before you plunk down extra cash for a waterfront property, some key things to consider (DNAinfo)

A new potential moving nightmare: fake Craigslist movers making off with everything you own (Brooklyn Paper)

Where to spend and where to cut corners when you're decorating your first grown-up apartment (My First Apartment)

Better break out the Rosetta Stone. Here are the most common non-English languages by neighborhood (Business Insider)

Interest rates are going up, so you may want to move fast. Here's how much it'll cost you if you wait another year to buy (Zillow Blog)

North Brooklyn residents just got a new CSA delivery option ... and this one comes by bike (Gothamist)

Another argument for a move to the outer boroughs: Commuting is actually kind of good for you (City Lab)

An important, scientific guide to figuring out which "Friends" character would be your ideal roommate (we got Phoebe) (Buzzfeed)

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