Hamptons mansions see rise in burglaries of scrap metal, pricey listings hit the market in Liberty Tower … and more

April 05, 2010 08:22AM

1. Hamptons mansions see rise in burglaries — of scrap metal [Post]
2. Days on the market count often inaccurate for on-again, off-again listings [NYT]

3. A “Selling New York” recap and reality check [CBS Money Watch]
4. With Liberty Tower’s $5M facade repair complete, pricey listings hit the market [NYT]
5. Q & A with Sam Chandan of Real Capital Analytics [A Student Of the Real Estate Game]
6. In Country Club section of the Bronx, homes sell through word of mouth [NYT]
7. Private equity fails to deliver for public pension funds [NYT]

8. In homes straddling Queens and Long Island, questions of schools, taxes [NYDN]
9. Upstate ShopRite-anchored shopping center portfolio on sale for $40.7M [Citybiz]
10. When design details make or break a sale [NYT]

11. High ceilings preserved despite home builders’ recession cost-cutting [NYT]


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