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Property Q&A in 10010 : Real Estate Advice

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Alyse Landers, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Wed Feb 17, 2016
Alyse Landers asked:
Joseph Hasti…, Real Estate Pro in Bayside, NY
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Joseph Hastings answered:
Probably the biggest disadvantage to studying at home is that you can be distracted at a moments notice. For me, it would be that there is no interaction with the instructor or the other students. It's always good to have someone to ask questions of or hear a different opinion. You might get very little of that online but who knows? Unlike someone else's opinion, you will use what you learn there or go down wondering what you did wrong. Good luck. ... more
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Joseph Hasti…, Real Estate Pro in Bayside, NY
Thu Jun 27, 2013
Joseph Hastings answered:
Hi Sam. It probably wouldn't be worth your time in the headaches it will no doubt produce. I agree, the best place to look would be your "house rules," which you may have separately or they are within the Offering Plan.

Tha board can make it difficult for you by imposing a monthly fee as an inducement (punishment) for going against the rules. It's a Coop. You should follow the rules.

Lastly, the New York market is thriving but inventory is low. If you've ever thought about selling, now might be just the right time to so. Need some comps? Perhaps a 1031 exchange? Touch base with me. Good luck.
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