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NYC neighborhoods for recent college grads, Brooklyn micro studios for $255,000, & more

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2019
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This week, readers were still keen to find out the best neighborhoods for recent college grads. Also popular was a story on a building in Park Slope that has several tiny (even by NYC standards) studio co-ops for sale at low prices—and you do not need to go before a board. Stories geared toward navigating tricky renter scenarios and a post on your options for paying to stage an apartment for sale rounded out our list.

Here, in full, are the week's top stories.

1. The 10 best NYC neighborhoods for college grads: 2019 edition

2. A Brooklyn micro studio close to Prospect Park for $255,000, no board approval required

3. How to kick out your roommate

4. NYC landlords get 'aggressive' at lease renewal time, causing renters to make a move

5. You need to stage your apartment to sell it. Who pays for that?