I have a coop in Willoughby Walk apartments across from Pratt Institute that was just reduced to $225,000. Call my office at 718-624-9500 to discuss further.
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Are you looking specifically in Clinton Hill only?
I have currently an awesome Co-op studio in Brooklyn Heights, Asking $195K mtn is $540. Studio has plenty of windows, closets, amazing rooftop view, lots of lights, doorman, parking, allow pets, easy board, you can rent out, etc.
The building is next to the Brooklyn Bridge, gym, storage etc. Very convenient to everywhere.
Let me know if interested, thanks,
cell: 203 906 8133
You might have to venture pass the Clinton Hill area for that price range. You can give me a call at 888-360-5757 x86 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can assist you with finding you an coop or condo of your choice.
If you are looking to purchase a property the first person you should talk to is a mortgage professional. They can run your numbers look at your credit and give you an idea of what you will be looking at. But if you are not ready to buy within 90 try not to have your credit pulled.
Once you get an idea of how much home you can afford you should get in contact with an real estate agent so they can start to take you around to look at some properties. When your able to go out and view properties after you are done. You will be able to sit down and have a talk with yourself and see if you want to take that leap. If you still want to continue.
You should then talk to your mortgage professional and have then start working on your pre qualify letter. So when you find that perfect property you can submit an offer. If you have any questions feel free to contact me. Have a wonderful night.
You could follow up by talking to a mortgage broker. The broker will review your financial situation and pre-qualify you, or let you know how big of a loan for which you are likely to be approved. This will help you decide on your exact budget. I hope this helps!