Foreclosures spike in NYC, Village rooftop cabin in the city's crosshairs, more

By Nathan Tempey  | January 10, 2018 - 11:00AM

How brokers trade in apartment buyer information through what are called lead generation services (It isn't pretty) (The Real Deal)

The city is fighting a man in court over his rooftop cabin and garden in the West Village, saying that they were built without the proper permits (New York Post)

Westchester County has a chronic shortage of starter homes, i.e. houses available for under $1 million (The Real Deal)

An old bathhouse in Greenpoint is set to become condos (Greenpointers)

Foreclosures in New York City are at their highest since 2009, according to a new report (The Real Deal)

In a lawsuit, tenants accused jailed landlord Steve Croman of illegally deregulating rent-stabilized apartments (Daily News; previously)

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