Time for the NYC jaw dropper!!! The unit is going for only $995!!
Feel free to call, text, or email me anytime with housing questions or to set up a private showing.
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Gold Star Properties
27 Cliff Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Timing is essential. If you commence your search too early it will be hard finding apartments that match your move in date. Besides by the time you are ready to move the apartments you would have seen would more than likely be rented out already. Waiting too late is another ball game. Many people become desperate for a place to move to- especially if it is mandatory that they vacate their current niche by the move date, that they grasp at anything that comes along and deal with the inconvenience for twelve months until the lease expires. The best time to search for an apartment is 30 days prior to your move date. This way you have enough time to breathe and see as many apartments as you want until you find, "thee one" and you match all of the first of the month move in dates.
The rental market doesn't open up that much in advance, with a few exceptions of an anxious landlord, of course.
Also, searching in advance helps you narrow your search and get familiar with the area you want to move to. It gives time for preparation. But to my original statement, searching now gives you a higher chance at finding what you want and seeing apartments that will be ready by the time you are ready to move in.
You can reach out to brokers and landlords any time between now and two weeks before you move. If you start now, there will not be as many apartments available, since there are not a lot of August availabilites yet. However, as you get closer and closer to August, there will be more August availabilities.
If you have any questions about what's out there and what you get for your money, please ask! Call me at 347.344.8307 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good luck with your search!