A home inspection how-to, curbing your building's carbon footprint, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | March 23, 2018 - 11:00AM

"What to expect from a home inspection" is a good headline, with useful information below it (New York Times)

New York renters care ever so slightly more about price than location, according to a survey (The Real Deal)

The Bronx grew the fastest in recent years of any county in the state (Welcome2TheBronx)

Buildings are the biggest polluters in New York, and co-ops and condos are bigger offenders than rental buildings (Habitat)

The City Council has approved the rezoning of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx, the borough's first de Blasio rezoning (Curbed)

A new study suggests that the tie between the opening of arts venues and gentrification isn't as ironclad as the popular narrative suggests (CityLab)

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