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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Coskun_minkcoat asked:
Tue Mar 14, 2017
Diana Perez answered:
Its going into foreclosure. Owner defaulted on mortgage and owe around 4,746,905
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Mon Feb 29, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
I guess buying a forclosure home is the same as buying a non for closure, you will need to choose and process some needs , comply requirements to win the home.
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Fri Apr 10, 2015
globalses answered:
being a foreigner without residency ( green card) or citizenship, No one has said anything about the tax implications if they are buying for investment or rental types. These can be substantial, If not planned accordingly. Yes anyone can purchase, Just beware of what reason to purchase. ... more
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Nardeen Billan answered:
Hello,

Yes one can. Contact me for further detail. nbillan@citihabitats.com
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Thu Feb 26, 2015
Steve Riddle answered:
This is my associates listing. How may I be of help?
You may contact me by clicking on my picture, Ill try to answer your questions in a more private fashion
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Thu Oct 9, 2014
Thomas Moser answered:
She probably found the subway already since her question is over a year old.
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Tue Aug 19, 2014
arisoszel answered:
Loves be in NY WESTSIDE Crossover.
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Sun Aug 17, 2014
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Chelsea and Tribeca are neighborhoods IN Manhattan!

Manhattan is one of the 5 "boroughs" that make up NYC.

There are a number of other wonderful options/neighborhoods for you...........but it all may come down to your price range!

I think you really need to speak with a Manhattan agent in order to understand where the neighborhoods are, and what they offer............

Oh, just saw you asked this in July - hope you found something by now!
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
Nardeen Billan answered:
Hey Mike! I think you forgot to include the location/link. Send me the info and I will look it up for you on our verified database and we can check it out if it is still on the market.


Cheers!
Nardeen Billan
Licensed Real Estate Agent | RA Partners NY
3 Columbus Circle, 15th FL |New York, NY 10019
O. 212-520-1830 |M. 917-792-1999|F. 646-329-9717
www.rapartnersny.com

Member of REBNY and 1% for the Planet
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Alex Aberle answered:
Public transportation in Chelsea is exceptional! Most apartments in Chelsea are just a few minutes away from the ACE, NQR, & 123 trains, as well as crosstown buses. Hopstop is a great website/smartphone app that allows you to get free directions for public transportation anywhere in the city! ... more
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Hector De La Cruz answered:
HI Subhash,
Chelsea is a vibrant area with a lot to offer and if your still interested please give me a call so I can show you around. I look forward hearing from you.
Best,


Hector De La Cruz
Realtor Associate NY and NJ
Nest Seekers INTERNATIONAL
Manhattan • LIC • Brooklyn • Miami • Hamptons • International
415 Madison Avenue
Ny, Ny 10017
O + 212.252.8772
C + 973.986.3903
F + 212.252.9347
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Michael Kirschner answered:
Retiring to NY/ My parents did that and they are loving life. They rented for a year to make sure that they were going to be ok. After that year I found them a great apartment just a stone through away from central park. Let me know when you are ready and I will do my best to assist you. ... more
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
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Sat Aug 3, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
No link is visible, is the property a condo or co-op; in a co-op taxes are included in the monthly maintenance, whereas in a condo they are paid separately....
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Wed May 29, 2013
Joseph Hastings answered:
Hello sir. while your budget will not allow the best selection, it is possible to find one bedroom Coop apartment on the higher end of your price scale. A Condominium will out-price your budget. There are a number of things to be aware of. The downpayment, application fees, maintenance proration, Attorney, work history, post-closing liquid assets, etc.

I strongly suggest you work with a broker. I would be glad to set up an appointment to discuss the purchase process at your convenience in my office. Feel free to contact me through Trulia. All the best.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
David Del Rio answered:
2 bedroom apartments for $1,000 & under? Tales - depends on who is telling the tale. There aren't any current market value prices near that and even for popular boroughs like brooklyn and queens is tough if you want closer to manhattan. Research the market before you start looking at ads.

Thanks,

David Del Rio
www.aclawrence.com/1487
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Joseph Chaplin answered:
Hi Matthew,

I live in that area so very familiar with all the buildings/inventory and work for the largest real estate company in NYC (Prudential Douglas Elliman). Feel free to give me a call to discuss options.

Regards,

Joseph Chaplin | Certified Real Estate Advisor

Prudential Douglas Elliman
212-891-7178
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Ann Zemaitis answered:
While many people have given great answers, there are some factors I hope you consider and if you need help researching I'll be happy to help you.

What affects price:
First, a one bedroom can be anywhere from small to large.
Second, the type of building and services it has (or doesn't have) in it also varies-- think walk up, what floor, elevator, and/or doorman building.
Third, proximity to subway(s), or stores like Whole Foods, can also affect price. In other words, Chelsea can be considered 16th St. and 9th Ave. (which is almost Meat-Market) or 28th St. and 10th Ave. The desirability of one location over the other can be argued.
Fourth, whether it is a co-op or condo and its maintenance or cc (carrying charges)/ RET (Real Estate taxes) monthly affects your payment monthly and it can vary a lot.
Fifth, are there assessments coming up for any major repairs in the building (or existing) and how is the reserve fund (cash on hand for repairs).

In other words, if you pick a small walk-up one bedroom on a high floor far away from a subway it will cost you a lot less than a large one bedroom or loft style one bedroom (in say, the O'Neill building) in elevator, full service relatively new condo.

All of that said, in any given building, in my opinion the best way to figure current pricing and value is by looking at recent comparable sales. I have access to closed sales in a building if you find any in particular that you like. Just email me and I'll send you the data of what's sold, when, and what's on the market.

And, for first time buyers I rebate 10% of my commission at closing. In other words, if you bought a $600,000 place, your rebate (paid out of my commission which is paid by seller) ranges from about $1500-$1800 depending on the listing commission. I primarily specialize in Downtown.

Best of luck. I'm here if you need me,


Ann Zemaitis
Licensed Real Estate Sales Agent
Charles Rutenberg Realty
917-676-1950
azemaitis@CRRNYC.com
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