Just to add on to the other answers, a coop will have more restrictions in terms of what you can do (renovation, subleasing etc...) A condo will give you more freedom to do a ... more
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If you are looking for long-term cash flow, then you might be willing
Unfortunately, based on the information you have provided in your query, you would not be qualified for mortgage financing at this time.
First, you must ... more
I actually did end up using a buyer's agent who responded to this post.
Are you renting or buying? If you are renting or buying a co-op you can get basic renters insurance for about $360.00 per year (or more if you take out additional ride ... more
First things first: when making an offer, focus on what your monthly payment will be for the mortgage financing, including taxes and insurance. If that payment is w ... more
If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck has feathers like a duck -
Traditional financing may be more expensive - but it is a known ent ... more