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It's been a year since the folks at The Apple Peeled last compiled a list of NYC's FHA-approved buildings, so it's time for an update. FHA loans themselves are more expensive, but for those who are still hoping for 3.5 percent down payments, there are more FHA-approved buildings this time around in all boroughs. Manhattan's list includes 58 condos, up from 32; Brooklyn has 179, up from 105. But now a building loses its FHA loan eligibility when 30 percent of its loans have been FHA, so a few are about to hit the max. [TAP]