Opponents of home resale fee head to Congress … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2010 05:00 PM

Landlords at city-subsidized housing centers may have illegally increased rents without Bloomberg oversight team catching wise [WSJ]
2. Man offers bedbugs for sale to thwart one’s enemies [Gothamist]
3. Luxury condominiums swirl through the Lower East Side [WSJ]
4. Community groups to discuss possible expansion of the Mount Morris Park Historic District [Harlem + Bespoke]
5. A peek inside a duplex apartment inside a former bank building [NY Mag]
6. Home resale fee opponents head to Congress [WSJ]
7. Robo-signers may be scaring off potential buyers from foreclosures [Inman]
8. Wealthiest home sellers in the nation say they’re unlikely to lower their prices, despite dearth of buyers [WSJ]
9. Midtown’s Pop-Tart pop-up shop to shutter [Eater]
10. New luncheonette-style eatery to open in West Village [Village Voice]
11. How brokers can disguise unattractive ground-floor views [Curbed]
12. A list of the best — and worst — places for real estate investors to buy [WSJ]
13. Noted Hamptons restaurant blogger Bruce Buschel to open new restaurant in Bridgehampton [Eater]
14. Greenwich, Conn. mansion hits the market for $42.5 million [WSJ]

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