FHFA eases up on refinancing, Central Harlem’s former Lotto building is going condo, again … and more

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1. FHFA will ease up on refinancing regulations, giving much needed help for up to one million homeowners [MSNBC]

2. Central Harlem’s former Lotto building going condo, again [Harlem + Bespoke]

3. Stalled Red Hook warehouse conversion 160 Imlay Street may be going rental [Brownstoner]

4. Prince Street’s famous Ray’s Pizza will serve its last pies on Sunday [NYT]

5. A seven-bedroom, Georgia home for less than $200,000 [Today Show]

6. Donald Trump talks Iran and Iraq [YouTube]

7. Cold campers violating Brookfield Properties’ regulations for the Zuccotti Park protest [CBS]

8. Top REIT Avalon Bay hires Lincoln Property exec as new senior vice president [Crain’s]

9. Terminally stalled East River Park reconstruction project makes slow progress [Low Down]

10. British-born SpareRoom.com launches in New York [Curbed]