I am interested in buying a condo in a new high rise development in downtown Brooklyn. I am concerned

Asked by K, New York, NY Fri Oct 24, 2008

because the building has a total of 250 units, but only 10 units in contract after several months of the apts being on the market. Is it a dangerous investment in this economic climate to buy a condo in a building that has the potential of going rental if enough units are not sold?

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Brian Moore, Agent, New York, NY
Sun Jul 10, 2011
Are they over-priced? It appears you have an opportunity to invest at a stage which usually means better prices. There are reasons they are not selling & many factors play a role in that. They will all eventually sell & the fewer there are the more expensive they become. I've seen places converted to rentals but they are also still marketing them to sell. I say go for it especially if you plan on living there. Good Luck and feel free to contact me if you have any questions, be glad to help.

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Annette Levi…, , New York, NY
Sun Jul 10, 2011
Another concern you should have K is who is going to give you a mortgage? Unless the association got FHA approval, the builder must arrange financing.
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