Toll Brothers offering mortgage insurance, rooms for rent at SVA dorm … and more

Feb.February 27, 2009 06:39 PM

1. Toll Brothers offering mortgage insurance [Crain’s]
2. Industry experts predict big residential price cuts this year [NYDN]
3. Illegal hotel rooms at 184 Eagle Street in Greenpoint [Curbed]
4. Rector Square is a mess [Curbed]
5. Rooms for rent at School of Visual Arts dorm [Curbed]
6. Ground breaks at new Staten Island cement importation terminal [SI Advance]
7. Madison W Properties CEO talks about adjusting to the down market [GlobeSt]
8. AY Report says coverage of The Appellate Court decision missed the point [AY Report]
9. Actor Kelsey Grammer cuts price of Bridgehampton house [Newsday]
10. East River State Park in Williamsburg still closed [NYDN]
11. The price of five units at Warehouse 11 in Williamsburg have been lowered [Brownstoner]
12. Tax hikes for wealthy New Yorkers will hurt real estate industry [Crain’s]
13. REBNY lobbying to get the city to grant tax relief to commercial tenants signing leases [Crain’s]
14. After all the renovations, Eloise might not even recognize the Plaza [Hotelchatter]
15. Co-tenancy sends shopping center owners into bankruptcy [National Real Estate Investor]
16. Comparing real estate returns to the stock market [Seeking Alpha]
17. Where is the bottom of the housing market [Seeking Alpha]
18. Wealthy will lose out with mortgage deductions [CNN Money]
19. Fixed mortgage rates rise slightly [MSNBC]

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