A Covid open house, brokerage employee layoffs, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | June 17, 2022 - 10:30AM


A broker faces prison after pleading guilty to obtaining $8.5 million in unauthorized mortgage loans for several Manhattan properties (The Real Deal)

A Brooklyn renter shares her experience going to an open house—where the tenant showing the apartment had Covid (Curbed)

Layoffs of employees at broker firms Compass and Redfin are a sign the housing market is cooling (The New York Times)

This is not your grandma’s senior living facility: Boomers seek luxury living with lots of amenities and conveniences (New York Post)

A 1,600-square-foot penthouse apartment on Prospect Park West designed by Emery Roth gets a gut renovation to maximize views (Brownstoner)

The best way to choose neutral paint colors for your walls (Architectural Digest)

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