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  1. After Stealing Cab, Considerate Drunk Woman Arrested While Stopping to Puke Who said manners were dead? 
  2. A Housing Double Dip in New York?Everything you wanted to know about Case-Shiller but were afraid to ask.
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    ‘Affordable’ Sales Dominate Hamptons Real EstateDepending on the meaning of “affordable.”
  4. Manhattan Real Estate Finds EquilibriumThe “R” word is “rebound,” not “recovery.”
  5. Brooklyn and Queens Real Estate StabilizesThe market is no longer on the edge of a cliff.
  6. Linda Stein’s Family Suing Douglas Elliman Over Assistant HiringHad her firm properly checked out Natavia Lowery, Stein would still be alive, her daughters claim.
  7. Third-Quarter Market Reports: Good News, Kind Of, Sort OfA release of “pent-up demand” and a slower rate of decline bolstered the real-estate market in the third quarter, but there are caveats galore.
  8. Market Reports: Sales Are Down Over 50 Percent Since Last Year in Brooklyn and QueensBut at the end of the quarter, there was a promising uptick.
  9. We Love Jared Seligman Even More When He TalksThe 22-year-old real-estate wunderkind opens up to the ‘Observer.’
  10. Manhattan Housing Market Is Feeling the PainSales of Manhattan homes have plunged, according to reports released today.
  11. Tinsley Mortimer Already Looking ‘Exhausted’ From New JobSlogging away in the Greatest Depression real-estate market may be draining her!
  12. Brokerage-Market Reports: Apartment Sales Down, Inventory Up!The rich are still buying, though — there just might not be enough trophy apartments to go around.
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  14. This Just In: Manhattan Still Expensive!Some of the city’s biggest brokerage firms released their fourth-quarter reports on the Manhattan real-estate market this week. And the news? Holdouts hoping for a slump won’t get their reward quite yet. The breakdown: • While other cities sink into subprime hell, the borough remains stubbornly bullish, buoyed in part by tight inventory, especially in co-ops. If you’re still looking to buy, an apartment in the borough will set you back an average of nearly $1.44 million, 18 percent more than what you would’ve paid the year before. (That’s according to valuations guru Jonathan Miller’s Prudential Douglas Elliman survey; Halstead and Brown Harris Stevens’ numbers come in slightly under at $1.43 million.) • Prices were up pretty much across the board, with large spaces being the most in demand. (No surprise, they saw the most gains; according to Miller, three-bedrooms spiked an impressive 39.8 percent in value over the same period the previous year.)
  15. Cops Begin Interviews in Linda Stein MysteryMurdered broker to the stars Linda Stein had made sets of keys for several friends and co-workers, including her former aide Raul Diaz Bernal. Police are hoping to speak to all of them as they investigate who might have accessed her apartment and bludgeoned Stein to death. They interviewed Bernal, 49, last night. He was fired by Stein a few months ago from the brokerage firm Prudential Douglas Elliman, reports the Post, after a fight over a commission. Her friends, who used to call Bernal “The Cuban,” say he was the only one of her close colleagues who didn’t call with condolences after her death. Cops also interviewed her 62-year-old former Italian lover, Francisco Arena, says the Daily News. They’re next hoping to track down Stein’s high-end pot dealers (she used the drug to help combat the pain from her bouts with cancer), who friends say regularly accessed the apartment. Since surveillance videos have turned up no leads yet, police hope these interviews will shed new light on the gruesome case. Slay Sleuths Eye Axed Aide [NYP] Ex-lover, pot dealer on list of people eyed in Linda Stein slay [NYDN] Earlier: Remembering Linda Stein