Tricks for splitting a small space, the hardships of a $100/month rental, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | November 18, 2014 - 10:59AM

In a tiny shared apartment, maybe re-think keeping your entire record collection in the living-room-that's-also-a-bedroom (Apartment Therapy)

Is $100/month rent worth having all your windows blocked by new construction? (NYDN)

Here's what your building's required to do with its heating during the winter months (Excel Bradshaw Management Group)

A Bed-Stuy fixer-upper just sold for $725,000, in cash (but not its original $900,000 asking price) (BK to the Fullest)

Why your board should keep a close eye on the managing agent (Habitat Magazine)

File under cautionary tales: being the roommate who collects and sends in all the rent checks can end up wiping out your savings (The Billfold)

Ridgewood may heating up with hip renters, but it's still got a garbage problem (Queens Crap)

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