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Sat Sep 28, 2013
Jolie Muss answered:
Hello Richard! The link you supplied did not go to the address you posted- There are 3 properties for sale in this condo ranging from just under $4 million for a 3 bdrm 4.5 bath to $1,250,000 for a 2 bdrm 1.5 bath- Please let me know when you’d like to see these homes or if I can show you anything else!
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Thu Jun 6, 2013
Melissa Goss answered:
You're asking a bunch of agents where to find a place without having to pay them?

That's like flopping a carcass into shark infested waters...and not expecting to get bit in the rear. Use an AGENT... pay the fee, and avoid being scammed. ... more
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Mon May 13, 2013
John Peitler answered:
I have some nice properties in that area if you are interested. Please contact me. My name is Tanuja and I can be reached at 347-882-0353. Thank you and good luck.
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
John Peitler answered:
I have nice properties in midtown. Please contact me. My name is Marinel and I can be reached at 212-714-1027 ext 15. Thenk you and good luck.
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Mon Jan 24, 2011
Joseph Hastings answered:
Hi Terry. Mr. Feeney has the solid answer here. I'll elaborate a bit. Yoru contract of sale should specify that the apartment be vacant and broom swept prior to the closing and preferably before your 24hr walk-through. If the tenant is a holdover, you become an instant landlord and that could be a problem for more than a few reasons.

One problem with a holdover is you now have to make sure you get the info as to what Bank is holding their security deposit. You'll have to return it as you are now the owner. You may also run afoul of the Coop board as they will have proceedures for a sharholder to rent the apartment. They most likely require at least a one year (could be more) tenancy before you can rent. There is much more as well.

In short, don't get caught here and be driven nuts because you bought a place with a tenant in it. Good luck.
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