Mortgage rates hit 6 percent, an 'insane' $12,000 rental, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | June 15, 2022 - 10:30AM

The average 30-year fixed mortgage rate hit the 6 percent range after historic lows during the pandemic (The Real Deal)

New York City's $101 billion budget includes $2.4 billion for homeless services in the next fiscal year (City Limits)

An apartment hunter's TikTok of a $12,000-a-month, two-bedroom rental in the East Village goes viral (New York Post)

An 1870 three-bedroom carriage house asking $5.5 million tops Brooklyn's luxury market (The Real Deal)

Furniture flipping is the latest response to supply chain issues (The New York Times)

A North Carolina-based exterminator will pay you $2,000 to unleash 100 cockroaches in your house (The Cut)


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