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Todd, Renter in 10003

Do you really have apartments for 1,300 3 bedromm???

Asked by Todd, 10003 Mon Nov 25, 2013

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$1300 for a 3 bedroom is not a reality in New York City, nor most of the other boroughs.
Even for a one bedroom is't unlikely you find a one bedroom or studio apartment.
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 25, 2013
yes, i agree so be very careful who you will trust with
Flag Mon Dec 2, 2013
Please contact me so that we can discuss apartments in your price range. My name is John and I can be reached at 516-864-6633. Thank you and good luck.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 12, 2013
Todd,
For the most part, a 3 bed for 1300$ does not exist in NYC. The average Manhattan rental price last month was $5,331, 2 beds $4,046, 1 Beds $2,842 and studios $2,039. Of course this does vary, especially neighborhood wise. Be aware the further up Manhattan you look, such as the Heights, parts of Harlem, and Inwood, you will find larger spaces for less due to the location and transportation to the rest of the island. I have rented studios in Harlem for under $1000, two beds (gorgeous ones) for $1900 in the Heights, and so forth. This is rare, though and the lack of inventory of this price range is due to the season in which rentals are in currently. More inventory comes up towards te Summer months. Good luck

Eric Rohe
Citi Habitats
400 E 84 St
New York, NY 10028
201-328-2758
Erohe@citihabitats.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 25, 2013
Hi Todd,

I am not sure I completely understand your question, however I believe you are asking if $1,300 is a realistic price point for a 3BR rental apartment. In Manhattan, this is not a realistic price point in the current market. That being said, sometimes agents list apartments with the expected roommate share of the rent posted instead of the actual rent of the apartment. I believe this is disingenuous and misleading, but it certainly does happen. I'd recommend following the adage, "if it seems/sounds/looks to good to be true, it probably is".

For an accurate idea of Manhattan rental statistics, I'd recommend checking http://www.MillerSamuel.com.

Best,

Christopher Clowdus
Licensed R.E. Salesperson
Cooper & Cooper Real Estate
Residential Sales & Rentals
341 West 38th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10018
P: 212.864.4555 | C: 646.544.5529
Christopher.Clowdus@CooperCooper.com
http://www.CooperCooper.com/ChristopherClowdus
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 25, 2013
No but call me maybe I can help find something ..in your pricw range
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