Teri Karush Rogers is the founder and editorial director ofBrickUnderground.com, the online survival guide to finding a New York City apartment and living through the aftermath.
BrickUnderground was born out of her experience as a contributor to The New York Times real estate section, where she wrote more than 60 real-estate section cover stories exploring New York City real estate trends and apartment-dweller issues.
She launched BrickUnderground in May 2009 from her Upper West Side co-op. Nearly 2,000 posts later, the site has grown into New York City's richest repository of practical real estate advice and firsthand experience, touching on everything from how to find a good real estate agent, to how much to tip the building staff, how to banish bed bugs, and how to survive a co-op board interview.
Teri is frequently featured as an authority on New York City real estate and apartment-living issues in publications including The New York Times, The Daily News, New York Magazine, and amNY, and on news broadcasts including the NBC Nightly News, Fox 5, and NY1.
She holds a law degree and a B.A. in journalism from New York University and lives in Manhattan with her husband and daughter.