I'm looking for an Oct. 1st roommate share in Brooklyn, and so far I'm coming across shockingly few places listed on Craigslist. Is there another list I'm not aware of? I already put word out to my network.
-- I've lived in BK for six years (Crown Heights + Park Slope), and have never had trouble finding a place before.
--Budget is $1100 and under.
--Looking to stay for 6 months or longer
--I'm searching under "rooms & shares" AND "sublets & temporary"
posted by jessca84
on Sep 20, 2013 -
Moving to New York from Florida to take a job at the beginning of January, and i'm having some trouble finding a good place to live, mostly that I don't really know how to find good places that aren't on craigslist/padmapper. The friend i'm going to live with works in Greenpoint, so we're leaning heavily on that neighborhood, just off the Greenpoint or Nassau stops, so only one of us has to take the subway to work. [more inside]
posted by The Esteemed Doctor Bunsen Honeydew
on Nov 29, 2011 -
I moved into a new apartment in July, and this week I found out that the building doesn't have a certificate of occupancy. How freaked out should I be? (Special snowflake details ahead) [more inside]
posted by WStraub
on Sep 1, 2011 -
Brooklyn apartment filter: I'm looking for a 1 bedroom apartment in Borough Park/Kensington. I'm checking the regular places: Craigslist, classified ads, etc. Where else should I check? Are there any good brokers in the area? Is there anyone or any place that I should definitely avoid? [more inside]
posted by wiskunde
on Jul 21, 2010 -
I am headed to law school in Brooklyn with a full ride and a great housing offer-- subsidized housing for 3 years. My partner and I can pick between two apartments, but we can't decide which we should take. [more inside]
posted by sondrialiac
on May 30, 2008 -