Imus slashes price on Conn. property, a look at the Beatrice … and more

January 07, 2011 07:32AM

1. What happens when mortgage lock rates expire [NYT]
2. Three firms buy office portion of 15 East 26th Street for $33 million [Crain’s]
3. Scott Rechler, CEO of RXR Realty, talks about his portfolio [NYT]
4. A glimpse into the mind and work of real estate photographer Evan Joseph [NYDN]
5. Queens tenant takes building manager to court over sewage backup [NY1]
6. Kips Bay residents want city to restart development of Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital [DNAinfo]
7. Cities hit by housing crisis may not fully recover for years [WSJ]
8. A look at the Beatrice rental property, atop the Eventi hotel on Sixth Avenue [NYDN]
9. Proprietary loan modifications drop 10 percent in November [National Mortgage News]
10. Greenpoint’s Glass House condo hopes to almost double prices [Curbed]
11. Radio host Don Imus slashes price by 17 percent, to $25 million, for Westport, Conn. compound [WSJ]
12. Slew of new establishments open on Hillside Avenue in Queens, but not all are welcome [WSJ]
13. Wells Fargo was top residential mortgage lender for fourth consecutive quarter, closing half a million loans in third quarter [Truth about Mortgage]
14. Rents rose from 2009 levels in 10 Brooklyn neighborhoods known for Brownstones [Crain’s]