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Detroit fixer-uppers starting at $1,000, buying a vacation home with friends, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | July 29, 2019 - 11:00AM 

A climate scientist explains how residential development along NYC’s waterfront is making street flooding worse

Buyers who have a lot of debt will have more trouble getting home loans under a new Trump administration proposal (The Real Deal)

Ridgewood, Jackson Heights, Corona, Elmhurst, Middle Village, and Rego Park are getting protected bike lanes (qns.com)

NYCHA spent millions on roof maintenance that should have been under warranties, according to a report from Comptroller Scott Stringer (Curbed)

How to buy a vacation house with friends—and stay friends (The New York Times)

Detroit fixer-uppers are being sold at auction starting at $1,000 (Business Insider)

 

 

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