Squeezing roomies into 300 square feet, faking marble countertops, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | October 24, 2014 - 10:59AM

Cramming two roommates into a 300-square-foot apartment is not only doable, it can be surprisingly stylish (Curbed NY)

Materials that mimic marble countertops for a fraction of the price (Apartment Therapy)

The Brooklyn home farthest from a subway stop is in Mill Basin, and it's a "fisherman's dream" (IQuantNY)

Ridding your building of termites is just as expensive and unpleasant as you'd expect (Habitat Magazine)

Tips on negotiating, whether it's rent or your deal with a contractor (Brooklyn Based)

File under high-class problems: how to correctly parlay a gift of cash towards a down payment (Zillow Blog)

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