Yes Southridge/ Northridge are strict but that keeps the Coops in really good condition. You just need a certain income depending on Coop and a steady job. Please call me at 917-696-1839 I can show you a great 2 bedroom 1 1/2 baths that are great for kids. Or even a 3 bedroom ! Regards, Caroline Quintana.
The financial qualification approximately range from 8 times the maintenance (for one person) and 9 x maintenance for 2 people, plus 1 year monthly mortgage (See Commitment letter) in most cases. If cash, or fixed income they also accept. In most buildings they have different qualification standards.
Those buildings are elite in the area since they cover all expenses and utilities with the exception of AC, parking and intercom (if it applies). Very conformable area, near shops, schools and transportation. Very attractive area for NYC buyers.
If you wish to get more information, please contact me. I'm an agent in the area and know how these building work. I have a listing in Southridge. 2 Bedroom.
Please email me if you are not working with any agents at the moment. I will be glad to help you.
Hope to hear from you soon.
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these apartments are apart of a very stable cooperative community.
there are so many for sale because this is a naturally occuring retirement community.
many people, live very long lives ( my neighbor is 103) and then die.
I have lived here for only a few years and several of my older neighbors have since died.
make no mistake, this is no frills living. no grand lobby or beautiful details you will find at the western end of jackson heights. but what you will find is one of the last true native ny/ assimilated immigrant working class communities in NYC. Downpayments are high. some boards are more intrusive than others. no subletting. and of course there is the flip tax which turns many people off. i dont care b/c i plan on dying here too and in exchange for the fip tax -- i pay no, yes I said NO, utilities.