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Home Buying in Murray Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jan 21, 2014
Alexblack59 answered:
The area is nice. A lot of the people that live on the block have been there for 30 to 40 years. There are 3 other properties on that street that are being fix up. There is a big shopping center around the corner with a lot place to eat and shop. ... more
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Mon Jan 20, 2014
Iris Shorin answered:
You can start with researching closed properties-expecially on Trulia-to familiarize yourself with prices in the area. The Managing Agent and the Board usually send out a list of closed properties in the building.

If you know your neighbors, you may want to ask them if they know recent sales prices in the building.

The NYTimes offers information regarding sale prices as does Street Easy. A good real estate search engine is quite helpful.

If you need assistance, feel free to call upon me-there is no charge for my services.
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Sat Nov 23, 2013
James Sapounakis answered:
I used to own on East 36th bet 2nd and 3rd - LOVE MURRAY HILL it's a nice quiet understand area with not much outsider intrusion. I would say young to middle age professionals and lots of single people who are heterosexual 30's to late 40's in age I would surmize. ... more
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Sun Jul 21, 2013
Joseph Hastings answered:
The info you ask about is on the listing link you yourself provided. Physician, heal thyself.
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Fri Jul 27, 2012
Youandme answered:
this building is 149 years old , it is mold infested and plumbing is shot . Owner is Mr Mark Heller , he is a lawyer and he represented the serial killer David Berkowits. Not a good person at all. hope this helps. ... more
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