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MEHMET REALT…, Real Estate Pro in 11378
MEHMET REALTOR answered:
67-30 Darmouth building in Rego Park/FH area
KATHY,
The best thing for you to have is a buyers agent when you buy a home.
Your Buyer Agent should work for your best interest, not for the seller.
ONE OF THE SERVICES WILL GET Ce ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 13, 2010 Home Buying in Forest Hills
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Voices Member answered:
I am looking to buy a coop in the area of rego park/forest hills, 2bd or Jr 4 . My salary is in the low 60s and I have 30K in the bank and 25K in
Hi Kathy,

With your salary, you shouldn't have too much problem qualifying for a mortgage given you don't have other massive debts that take a chunk out of your net. I see ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Oct 11, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Terry Koraha…, Real Estate Pro in Queens, NY
Terry Korahais answered:
Do co-op board look at fully vested 401K and IRA accounts in considering reserve requirements after closing?
Hi Apt buyer, most of them will. Most boards will look into your reserves- I have not found one that hasn't yet. If you want to be sure- call the management office of the coop y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 20, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Joseph C. Ha…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Joseph C. Hastings answered:
What is the current price range for a junior 1 bedroom?
I thought you were a private seller, but no. You don't give any critical information here. What is the square footage? what floor is it on, is it renovated, amenities, etc. You're the p ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 18, 2013 Market Conditions in Forest Hills
Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743
Gail Gladstone answered:
I'm 22 years old and interested in buying a 1BR Co-op in Forest Hills. I make about 55K a year and have about
Jennazoid...you need to have this discussion with a mortgage broker who can tell you exactly where you stand financially. I highly recommend contacting Brian Tom who can be reached by ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 24, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Marco LaPadu…, Real Estate Pro in 11040
Marco LaPadura and David Lau answered:
I'm 22 years old and interested in buying a 1BR Co-op in Forest Hills. I make about 55K a year and have about
You can probably only afford a co-op that costs about $150K or so. As an agent in Forest Hills, I know that the majority of the co-ops here require a 20% down payment (which pretty much ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 2, 2009 Financing in Forest Hills
Anna Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Nassau County, NY
Anna Brocco answered:
I have a one bedroom coop on austin and ascan - teh commute on the E train gets worse by the day, home prices
The decision is yours and yours alone, how badly are the renovations needed, if you plan on selling the best thing you can do is remove all clutter and have it neat and sparkling clean- ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Aug 9, 2010 Home Selling in Forest Hills
Christina, Home Buyer in Forest Hills, Queens,...
Christina answered:
What are the names of some of the newer (post-war) coops in forest hills near the express line?
There is the Austin Gardens, which are two separate post-war co-op buildings on Austin Street and 73rd Road. They are a block away from the 75th Ave F/E stop.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 5, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Riley Master…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Riley Masterson answered:
How much will my closing cost be for a co-op I purchase for 189k?
Matthew,

Closing costs vary from one state to the next and even from one title company to another. Chose a title company to want to close with and contact them. They should be able ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 30, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Pascual Paul…, Both Buyer and Seller in Bronx, NY
Pascual Paul Tarrats answered:
we put an offer on a coop based on info I found on ACRIS. The RE agent said they have proof of a sale last
Sorry Pearl, Do not understand your question. Please make clearer.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Aug 14, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Henry Cunala…, Real Estate Pro in Bayside, Queens, NY
Henry Cunalata answered:
Look to buy a co-op in Forest Hills. Does anyone have information on the Fairview or Nebraska co-op?
Hi there, how are you?

There are 11 properties in those 2 developments.
email or text me if you want to look at them

Henry
917-497-0729
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 6, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743
Gail Gladstone answered:
Can I afford a co-op in Forest Hills?
There are two sources of information that will help you; a mortgage broker (contact me off line for a good referral) and information from the Charter of the co-op. The Boards usually d ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 27, 2009 Financing in Forest Hills
Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743
Gail Gladstone answered:
I am a first time homebuyer looking at co-ops in Forest Hills. I am excited and anxious to buy my first place
The prices have all but bottomed out and mortgage rates are at an alltime low. Now is the best time!
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 6, 2009 Home Buying in Forest Hills
Vernalie, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Vernalie answered:
Can a full time student rent a coop apartment?
Anything is possible, since no one offers to prepay-it could be to your advantage.Seems you've calculated ~1000per month.You would most likely get a studio/share at that price.Have you ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 30, 2007 Quality of Life in Forest Hills, Queens, NY
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