Price cuts at the Deuce, real estate agent gets mad at buyer … and more

June 16, 2009 06:00PM

1. Price cuts at the Deuce, on 42nd Street between 10th and 11th avenues [Curbed]
3. Comparing Williamsburg’s Metropolitan Green condo to its rendering [Curbed]
4. Stop-work order lifted at 28 Quincy Street and it gets glass [Brownstoner]
5. 895 Park Avenue co-op board denies another buyer [NYO]
6. Real estate agent gets angry at buyer [Vanity Fair]
7. Lenders have a love-hate relationship with appraisers, Jonathan Miller says [Matrix]
8. Tips for selling homes to first-time buyers [WSJ]
9. Uncollectible U.S. card loans rose in May, Capital One Financial said [Bloomberg]
10. U.S. home prices have further to fall, Deutsche Bank says [Bloomberg]
11. Are boards allowed to set minimum sale prices for apartments? [Habitat]
12. FHA launches new approval process for condo projects [National Mortgage News Online]
13. Late payments on multi-family and retail commercial mortgage-backed securities at highest number since 2001 [National Mortgage News Online]
14. Are homebuilders sinking again? [Seeking Alpha]
15. More U.S. builders considering becoming green-certified professionals [PropertyWire]
16. Port Authority to get farmers market every Thursday [Curbed]
17. Meeting tonight for Bowery preservationists [EV Grieve]