Classic rental-search mishaps (and how to avoid them), why your apartment hunt is like a rom-com, and more

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

Research your landlord's rep and more ways to avoid classic rental-hunt missteps (My First Apartment)

Your search for a home: eerily similar to your search for a soulmate? (Apartment Therapy)

Two-bedrooms in a Prospect Heights development are on sale for as little as $505,000 (BuzzBuzzHome)

And a handful of Inwood apartments are available for $720 a month (with restrictions, of course) (DNAinfo)

Why co-ops must keep their corporate status (and how to make sure your building has) (Habitat Magazine)

A trusty but scary map of sex offenders and building violations in your prospective nabe (Brokelyn)

For those with some cash, this surprisingly sleek Staten Island mansion is good bang for your buck (Curbed NY)

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