If you need help in searching an apartment, you can check out my website and I will be glad to help you.
David Del Rio
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How are you? I hope you're doing well. The NYS Attorney General advises renter never to provide brokers with your identification prior to meeting in person. Here's a link to an article from last week about rental scams http://therealdeal.com/blog/2012/03/21/ag-issues-alert-again Hope this is helpful to you.
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
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"Home is where the heart is."
Bottom line, NEVER pay up front. I was going to say this smells like a scam but now it just stinks! Tread carefully and contact a broker in the area you are looking to move into. Good luck.
You can call me to further discuss your real estate needs and help you find a home. You can also check out our website.
Licensed Real Estate Associate
If your looking for a place in manhattan I suggest using a realator, we have the access to REAL properties, and will work FOR you to find the best out there!
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* let me guess - the rent sounds too good to be true (really low)?
* they can't meet you to show you the apartment?
* they are out of the area, out of state, out of the country??
* they will send you the keys once you wire money?
All the above are warning signs this is a scam!
Yes this is most likely a scam. If you like, we can discuss your search criteria and I can assist you in your search, while avoiding situations like this.
Senior Vice President
RES Sales and Marketing Corp.
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New York, NY 10018