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Home Buying in Tribeca : Real Estate Advice

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Sat May 3, 2014
Krystyna Rachtan answered:
There are many new expensive luxury high rise buildings in Manhattan.

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Mon Sep 3, 2012
Jacob Leon answered:
I am an San Francisco citizen interested in purchasing in the Power supply Playground place, but have been discouraged by the leasehold qualities and big monthly installments to BPC Power. Just thinking if the same relates to qualities in the Tribeca place.

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Tue May 22, 2012
Dom Pascual answered:
Coops tend not to be as good as condos. Coop come with restrictions but lower prices. Condos generally tend to be without as many restrictions but there are always exceptions to the rules such as Condops. Higher downpayment will get you the best loans if you can afford it.

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Sun Dec 11, 2011
Jenet Levy answered:
In general, when comparing condos to co-ops, condos are generally higer in purchase price and a little lower in monthly costs. Co-ops are less expensive, but higher in monthly costs. You are asking on the basis of price per square foot. With condos, we know the price per square foot, because it is in the offering plan. In co-ops, we usually do not know the accurate square footage, because what is in the offering plan is the number of shares in the corporation associated with the unit, not square footage. In many cases where it is listed, it is very inaccurate. Furthermore the way square footage is measured in condos is a different methodology than co-ops.
What is important is to work with an experienced agent and get pre-qualified. You may or may not meet guidelines for most co-ops. It is easier to qualify for a condo for several reasons. Once you know where you stand from that perspective, start looking with your agent and find the place that feels right for you.

Jenet Levy
Halstead Property, LLC
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