1) Does one have better future saleability based on development in the neighboring areas?
2) Are there other locations that might me similar in expense and have better resale potential (Kew Gardens Hills for example) that you may want to consider as public transportation is better. You may not need it, but your future buyer may.
3) How well managed are the co-ops that you are looking at?
4) In looking at your future, which area will be better as your life/life style changes/needs change?
I am certain that there are more questions to ask to you, but it would be much better in a conversation!
Licensed Associate Broker - Charles Rutenberg - Manhattan and Brooklyn
Licensed Real Estate Broker - Kelly NYC - Queens