The information that is posted on sites is only as good as the one who put it there. Not everyone selling Real Estate takes the time to add every single detail to make the property attractive to potential buyers.
Why not contact a Local Realtor that can help you find exactly what you are looking for. It won't cost you a dime to speak with them.... more
You may contact me by clicking on my picture, Ill try to answer your questions in a more private fashion. There are several avenues of opportune might benefit your market approach method of listing the unit.... more
There is no truly accurate time frame by which you can transition from the sale of your Coop and into a newly purchased house. The Coop will take between 3 to 4 months to close and there are always delays. If you need the entire proceeds from one sale to finance the new purchase your best bet is contract language that will allow, if needed, for you to lease back the coop for any time needed after closing before you can close on the new home. The only other option would be obtaining a loan committment for the new purchase and closing on the new purchase prior to closing the sale of your Coop. I wish you good luck. I've not seen anyone make a smooth transition without a few bumps in the road. Perhaps you'll be the first!... more
Square footage is a tricky area as landlords measure it in different ways. I suggest you have the management measure the floor and explain where the missing 400 feet are. If you need an experienced attorney to assist you, I recommend: Michael Moshan 212-254-1444.... more