Looking for a relatively new condo in the 300-400k range in western queens... where is a good place to look?

Asked by Romo, Sunnyside, Queens, NY Wed Jun 25, 2008

I've looked as far as Flushing and Forest Hills, but I think I want to stay around Astoria/LIC/Sunnyside.. any good leads?

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Henry Cunala…, , Bayside, Queens, NY
Thu Jun 26, 2008
Hi Romo, please provide me your email address and I will send you the information you are seeking.

Web Reference:  http://www.HenryCunalata.com
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Manoj Tewari, , 10022
Thu Jun 26, 2008
My friend is thinking of selling his 2 bedroom co-op. he is expecting $350,000- 325,000 for it...It's in a building complex know as Park City Estates (ask people who know Rego Park). If you have any interest. I can put you directly in touch with him.
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Cynthia Cros…, , Manhasset Hills, NY
Thu Jun 26, 2008
Propert Auction dates are posted in the newspaper, and should be posted on RealtyTrac if you are a paid subscription member. Another source of information is http://www.propertryshark.com. Realtors typically represent the seller during lis pendence (pre foreclosure) and if the home doesn't sell at the auction and the bank takes the home back. The the home becomes a REO, or Real Estate Owned. The best price is at the auction. If you want the home and it has not been slated for auction, find the owner or agent. As with any auction, it goes to the highest bidder or the bank keeps it providing the minimum number set by the bank isn't met akin to ebay.
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Gail Gladsto…, Agent, 11743, NY
Wed Jun 25, 2008
Email me off line at Gail@GailGladstone.com and I will set you up with a complimentary account at Listingbook.com and you can see EVERYTHING that is on the market and control the search yourself. It's a great tool and won't cost you a penny.
Web Reference:  http://GailGladstone.com
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