Bernie Madoff’s homes to be auctioned, smaller and older sells faster in Connecticut … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 17, 2009 07:51 AM

1. Feds to auction off Bernie Madoff’s three homes, on the Upper East Side and in Montauk and Palm Beach, looking for brokers to sell them [NYDN] and [Post]
2. Neighbors campaign for West 12th Street’s Beatrice Inn to stay closed [NYT]
3. Uniondale residents hope Lighthouse at Long Island, a $3.74 billion megaproject, will bring jobs and new town center to area [NYT]
4. Brooklyn apartment owners offering to pay down a point or two on the buyer’s mortgage [NYT]
5. Problem loans hit New York Community Bank [Crain’s]
6. Recession hitting Staten Island’s Community District 2, where businesses are closing [NYT]
7. The city’s unpaid summer interns find floors to sleep on [NYT]
8. Siblings move to Stuyvesant Town [NYT]
9. Answers to questions about immigrants and housing [NYT]
10. Picky apartment hunter finds a place in Park Slope [NYT]
11. Smaller and older houses selling faster than larger ones in many parts of Connecticut [NYT]
12. Living in New Fairfield, Conn. [NYT]
13. Andy Warhol protegee Jane Holzer deals with landlord-tenant battle [NYT]
14. Changes to Truth in Lending Act could delay the lending process [NYT]
15. Why renting is the new American dream [WSJ]
16. More hotel owners forfeiting properties to lenders [WSJ]
17. Federal regulators take over Colonial BancGroup [NYT]

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