The hottest 'hoods on the marathon route, the high cost of dying (real estate edition), and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | October 30, 2014 - 10:59AM

Long Island City apartments sell faster than anything else along the NYC marathon route (Midtown, however, didn't fare as well) (StreetEasy)

Even after death, it's expensive to claim a New York zip code (Brokelyn)

But on the plus side, buying near a cemetery won't affect your property values (6sqft)

Prices are spiking on Bronx co-ops, but they're still the cheapest in the city (DNAinfo)

If residents in your condo or co-op are delinquent on maintenance charges, hit 'em with late fees (Habitat Magazine)

Classic staging mistakes sellers should avoid (Apartment Therapy)

Naturally, there's now an app for scouting Halloween candy options in your nabe (CityLab)

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