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Tax credits for NYC owners and renters, a guide to combining apartments, & more

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This week, readers visited Brick Underground for the story of a New Yorker who moved with her family from hipster-haven Williamsburg to Sunnyside. They pay $800 more in rent a month, but the neighborhood is a homier fit, with affordable options for shopping and dining out.

Also of interest: The different ways New York City owners and renters can save money on their taxes. Both owners and renters who work from home can deduct business-related expenses.

Here, in full, are this week's most popular posts. 

1) Closing costs: A guide for NYC buyers and sellers

2) How NYC owners and renters can save money on their taxes

3) Pay a large security deposit upfront or smaller monthly fees? Mayor de Blasio wants to offer more NYers a choice

4) From Williamsburg to Sunnyside: Ditching hipsterland for a homier fit

5) Everything you need to know about combining apartments in NYC

And from this week's sponsors: 

A first-timer buyer on finding and renovating a Chelsea studio on a budget: Part II [sponsored]