Renderings that look real, soundproofing on the government's dime, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | November 12, 2014 - 10:59AM

Even if you think you're looking at real photos in a listing, well, you might not be (WSJ)

The feds might issue soundproofing grants for New Yorkers who live under airplane flight paths (Newsday)

Want to Airbnb an eco-friendly treehouse in Carroll Gardens? That option may soon be available to you (DNAinfo)

A peak inside a floor inside a Bed-Stuy mansion renovated by its renter (Apartment Therapy, previously)

Triple check your contractor's worker's comp situation before you start on that reno (Habitat Magazine)

A spacious three-bedroom—with historic details—is renting in Flatbush for just $2,200 a month (Brownstoner)

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