Real-Estate Blog-Roll: Toil and Trouble Edition

I almost thought of calling these things “The Walk-Through.” Guess not.

Jonathan Miller on the Times’ front page story on housing costs. And on the SmartMoney “Don’t Buy the Bubble Talk” article, he has this to say: “Are we sure that there has to be an extreme conclusion to all of this, or does it simply make for better reading?”

More bubble-reading, via The Walk-Through, in this study of the real-estate market. Thesis: Ceci n’est pas un bubble.

– Real-estate blogosphere apoplectic over Brownstoner‘s Talk of the Town debut yesterday. (We loved it over here.)

Curbed reports that coop shareholders at Castle Village–the complex perched above the West Side Highway retaining wall that collapsed in the Spring–are beiung made to come up with anywhere from $12,000 to about $20,000 each in clean-up costs.

– Meanwhile, Real Estate Journal jumps on the Suze Orman bandwagon. Cheap mortgages suck!

– And: Slow progress on Harlem Park, the mixed-use megalith planned for a 2006 opening near the 125th Street Metro North station.

– Tom McGeveran Real-Estate Blog-Roll: Toil and Trouble Edition