Stuy town residents react to yesterday’s ruling, Brooklyn flea market coming to Manhattan for the holidays … and more

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Oct.October 23, 2009 08:02 AM

1. Stuy Town residents react to yesterday’s rent deregulation ruling [NYT] 
2. How to foresee the next real estate collapse: special servicers, big projects, regional banks [Fortune via CNN]
3. Brooklyn flea market coming to Manhattan for the holidays [Brownstoner]
4. Long Island lender accused of falsely certifying mortgage docs [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
5. Agents, brokers were less optimistic in September [Inman News]
6. Business and commercial real estate losses may calm, says Fifth Third Bancorp [WSJ]
7. WTC arts building move looks unlikely [Downtown Express]
8. A history of development at Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal[NYT]
9. Ridgewood landmark holding fundraiser for $200K in roof repairs [NYDN]
10. Home builders and older buyers are not on the same page [Inman News]
11. Former Bronx housing cop charged with assault [Post]
12. Community Board chairman says Fulton Mall sidewalks need more sparkle [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Economists predict tax credit deadline will have caused September jump in housing sales [Bloomberg]
14. Regulators fight to maintain secrecy pacts by former Freddie Mac employees in court [NYT]
15. Thousands of suspicious claims submitted for first-time homebuyer tax credit [WSJ]
16. Thompson promises community alternative sanitation garage in Hudson Square if elected [Downtown Express]
17. Employees at Queens mortgage company charged with fraud scheme involving five NYC properties [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
18. Tribeca neighbors complain about fluorescent New York Law School building [Downtown Express]
19. East Village borders depend on who you talk to, residents say [Villager]
20. Affordable housing plan stalled in Greenwich, Conn.[Greenwich Time]


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