Reddit's rules of the rental hunt, flushing a roomie with bad bathroom manners, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | January 21, 2015 - 10:59AM

When scoping out a new apartment, don't forget to check for cell reception and mouse droppings (Reddit via Apartment Therapy)

So, your roommate doesn't flush. Unfortunately, you'll have to have a talk (Apartment Therapy)

Our CEO dishes on the future of tech in real estate (Real Estate Tech News)

Ridgewood rents have nearly doubled since 2009, so get your bargains before it's too late (Queens Courier via Brownstoner Queens)

Landlord refusing to fork over your security deposit? Here's a lawyer who will help you out (Brokelyn)

When it comes to wacky renovations, follow your heart (but don't expect an easy sale) (NYO)

If a "broker" tries to help you rent through an affordable housing lottery, run the other way (DNAinfo, previously)

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