Soap opera star puts brownstone on the market, tenants lived in Rangel’s row house when no rent was reported … and more

September 14, 2009 07:50AM

1. “All my Children” star Cameron Mathison puts Harlem brownstone on the market as show moves to Los Angeles [NYT]
2. Garment district faces extinction [Reuters]
3. Real estate developer David Mack resigns from Port Authority of New York and New Jersey [AP via Star-Ledger]
4. Madoff mystique helps to sell apartment [Post]
5. One couple returns to renting after owning [NYT]
6. Living in Westfield, NJ [NYT]
7. A look at a modular house in Livingston Manor, NY, one of the state’s greenest houses [NYT]
8. Chelsea development in limbo after boom [NYT]
9. At least four tenants lived in Rep. Charlie Rangel’s Harlem rowhouse during period when he reported no rental income [Post]
10. Many of New Jersey’s most unusual homes now on the market for bargain prices [NYT]
11. Red Hood residents protest opening of concrete plant [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Downturn hitting even most established neighborhoods [NY Mag]
13. Long Island students struggle to find off-campus housing [NYT]
14. Banks regaining appetite for risk one year after crisis, but otherwise little has changed [AP] and [NYT]
15. Seven rules for the first-time homebuyer [NYT]
16. Software programs help potential homeowners calculate mortgage payments [NYT]
17. Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says the U.S. financial system is in worse shape than it was a year ago [Post]