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Tue Aug 29, 2017
Shebrelle Hunter-Green asked:
trying to print listing information. but it comes out unprofessional
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Tue Dec 27, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
When you placed your email did you receive a confirmation?
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Sat Oct 18, 2014
Jules Borbely answered:
There are multiple Trulia applications, please check if you have the right one.
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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Christine Gordon answered:
Hi Fiona,

How are you? I hope all is well.

If you're interested in getting an apartment in this building or others in the Inwood area, I would be glad to assist.

Looking forward,

Christine Gordon
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Gorick Realty, Inc.
Cell: 917.881.2924
Fax: 347.328.9352
View listings at www.gorickrealty.com
"Home is where the heart is."
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Martina Ryan answered:
Have you tried using pictures from your phone while giving a description of the property. Just pick one or 2 & make an appointment with them to discuss the others when you have had time to decipher exactly what they are looking for. ... more
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Thu Jul 14, 2011
Merritt Noel answered:
While I am not a real estate agent/broker my guess is they are using Microsoft Outlook and syncing that their phones. In the office, I use Outlook to manage my daily schedule whether it is meeting new clients to sign loan disclosures or having lunch with a realtor. Luckily we use Microsoft exchange and I am able to sync my Outlook calendar with my awesome myTouch 4g Android phone.

In the past year I have also discovered the full potential of Microsoft Outlook and its ability to just manage my contacts and calendar.
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Sat May 21, 2011
nkwown Jones answered:
If they are claiming to be broker.check at the link below
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Mon Aug 2, 2010
Steve Figueroa answered:
Having had worked for apple for 5 years, I would say the Iphone however doug is right take a look at the new android its a great device i fiddled with a friends and its pretty impressive. Mitchell is right the new camera is amazing on the iphone the video is pretty much HD. Another alternative is to keep what ever phone you have now and go for an ipad if you want the same functionality of the iphone but on a larger device. I have one and have to say i cant live with out my ipad.

hope this helps
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Sat Jul 24, 2010
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Blogger / Wordpress / Typepad / Technorati / Delicious are good places to start with.

Good luck.

Perry
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Sat Feb 27, 2010
Monica K Pindle answered:
Hi, Dave!
Thank you for your inquiry., but apologize for not understanding your statement or question.

Are you looking to rent an apartment in New York City or do you desire to know how the rents are varying within the city limits?

I hope you locate the information you seek. If you need any further assistance, please feel free to contact me.
Thank you, again.
Monica

Monica K Pindle
Licensed Real Estate Professional
917.674.7487
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Wed Feb 10, 2010
Joseph Hastings answered:
Hi Francis. Someone said it below. Check propertyshark.com. You'll have to create a free account and they'll limit the amount of info unless you upgrade but you can check the bldg and what has sold for sure.

Keep in mind that the sold data usually goes no further back than 2004. Still, this will be a good tool to try to establish value. It's not the only criteria but a good start anyway. Try to stay within a 6 month time frame going backward.

If you require help with anything else, feel free to contact me directly.

Regards,

Joseph C. Hastings
Prudential Douglas Elliman R.E.
Cell: 917-579-1502
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Sat Jun 14, 2008
Joseph Ferrara, Esq. answered:
Use a lawyer. This is not a standard sublease. Subtenants must also be responsible to abide the terms of your proprietary lease-- that requires special language in the rider. Also, you need co-op approval to sublet and a lawyer will help you with that too (some co-ops don't even allow it). Also, many co-ops require your sublease contain certain provisions for their benefit. Use a lawyer. ... more
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Thu Mar 20, 2008
Kathleen Steed answered:
Owner: 160-172 EAST 85TH STREET LLC (Company/Corporation)

Mailing Address: C/O CEDAR MANAGEMENT LLC, 20 VESEY ST, NEW YORK, NY 10007-2913

Property Address: 160 E 85TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10028

From New York State property records (in the public domain). Check also the Department of Finance or ACRIS at NYC.gov
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Wed Feb 13, 2008
Diary Of A Real Estate Rookie answered:
You can try to search ACRIS (the New York City tax site -- google ACRIS) but it's going to be tough.

For one thing, you're talking about a lot of properties -- there are currently around 500 listings in Manhattan that are at or above that price on the market now.

If you have more specific criteria -- say you want to know what sold at that price point in your neighborhood, so you know how to value your home -- you can contact me and I'll run a search for you.

Alison Rogers
author, "Diary of a Real Estate Rookie"
Insider Real Estate Tips with a Twist of Humor: http://tinyurl.com/2ag28z
www.dgneary.com
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Sat Dec 15, 2007
Diary Of A Real Estate Rookie answered:
I don't know how to answer the Trulia-technical part of that question, but I can tell you John Varnedoe of Elliman just listed a studio in that building for $399K.

If you are looking to move across the country let me know, I work with buyers in lots of downtown areas, including the Village.

If you are simply shopping for a second home be aware that that co-op board does not allow pied-à-terres, and you should look elsewhere.

Alison Rogers
author, "Diary of a Real Estate Rookie"
Insider Real Estate Tips with a Twist of Humor: http://tinyurl.com/2ag28z
ali [at] dgneary [dot] com
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Wed Nov 7, 2007
Mitchell Hall answered:
Hi Hugo, I was wrong. I just googled your question and found a NY Times article from June 3, 2007.
Jonathan J. Miller, the president of Miller Samuel Inc., a Manhattan appraisal company is quoted " Driven by escalating costs of fuel, insurance and property taxes, maintenance fees have risen an average of 24.1 percent over the last five years, compared with 10.2 percent in the preceding five years" ... more
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Tue Oct 16, 2007
Deborah Madey answered:
You can try new homes magazines, or a Realtor who knows the new construction markets. I am not familiar w/ a comprehensive site for new homes, only sites that promote a few select advertisers. ... more
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Sun Jun 3, 2007
Michael Trinchitella answered:
As others have said, most brokers do not charge a fee to search for properties for buyers.
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Wed May 16, 2007
Mitchell Hall answered:
Classic: in a pre-war building, an apartment which has a formal dining room, and, in a larger apartment, one or two maids' rooms. A "classic 6", for example, is a six-room apartment in a pre-war building that has a living room, formal dining room, two bedrooms, kitchen, maid's room, and 1, 2, or 3 baths. ... more
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