Bed-Stuy is still (comparatively) cheap, bedbug solutions are on the way, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | January 6, 2015 - 10:59AM

Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights still have some of the cheapest rents in the city, surprisingly enough (Zumper via Curbed NY)

A better bedbug solution may be on the way, thanks to a researcher who let herself get 18,000 bites in the name of science (Business Insider)

What your board should know before taking the cheap route on roof repairs (Habitat Magazine)

A Harlem landlord gave market-rate tenants real stoves, and for rent-stabilized renters? Hot plates (DNAinfo)

If you live in NYC, finding an apartment with easy access to jobs really pays off (WSJ)

Flannel sheets, dimmers, and other essentials every well-rounded home should have (Apartment Therapy)

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