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Rental Basics in Bronx : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 11, 2013
George Stroud answered:
Straight from the horse's mouth

http://www.housingnyc.com/html/resources/faq/rentstab.html#difference
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Ar-Raheem Glover answered:
Hello,

There are apartments made available to clients that meet 'low income' requirements. I would check local print media (penny pincher, etc.) and online classified ads.
My office has access to apartments in several areas of the Bronx that meet the needs of low income households.

Feel free to call me for further information.
Have a great day.


Ar-Raheem M. Glover
Licensed Real Estate Professional
Exit Realty Search
3928 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, New York 10465
646-246-6459 - Mobile
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
David Rodriguez answered:
Hi Mr. Patel,

I believe that we may have a 1-bedroom for you. Please give me a call at your convenience, 718.451.6859 so we may discuss the matter further. Thanks for your question.

David Rodriguez
david.rodriguez@pantigagroup,.com
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Thu Aug 29, 2013
Shirley Phillips answered:
I have a 2 bedroom, no living room but full kitchen and dining area. rooms are small but separate and the price is $1150. Its a start until you build up your credit. Available immediately. ... more
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Thu Oct 30, 2014
Antonio Sanchez answered:
Hello,

Looking for an apartment in the Bronx is very hard, sometimes you cannot get in contact with a particular property or the agent involved. It is best that you call our office at 347-320-0673. We have a fantastic rental staff and we have over 60 agents that have many rental listings all over the Bronx. I will be more than happy to even help you myself so feel free to give me a call anytime. My contact info is below.

Sincerely, 
Antonio Sanchez
Exit Realty Search
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
3928 E. Tremont Avenue
CELL: 347-320-0673
FAX:    347-202-4966

SANCHEZEANTONIO@GMAIL.COM

WWW.EXITREALTYSEARCH.COM
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider working with an agent of your own; also check local print media for by owner rentals, always verify ownership before exchanging any money; word of mouth, etc. Be prepared to be uipfront regarding your credit, provide proof of employment/pay stubs, possibly have some reference letters handy, possibly consider a guarantor... ... more
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Antonio Sanchez answered:
Hello,

Looking for an apartment in the Bronx is very hard, sometimes you cannot get in contact with a particular property or the agent involved. It is best that you call our office at 347-320-0673. We have a fantastic rental staff and we have over 60 agents that have many rental listings all over the Bronx. I will be more than happy to even help you myself so feel free to give me a call anytime. My contact info is below.

Sincerely, 
Antonio Sanchez
Exit Realty Search
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
3928 E. Tremont Avenue
CELL: 347-320-0673
FAX:    347-202-4966

SANCHEZEANTONIO@GMAIL.COM

WWW.EXITREALTYSEARCH.COM
... more
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Thu Jul 11, 2013
Antonio Sanchez answered:
Hello,

Looking for an apartment in the Bronx is very hard, sometimes you cannot get in contact with a particular property or the agent involved. It is best that you call our office at 347-320-0673. We have a fantastic rental staff and we have over 60 agents that have many rental listings all over the Bronx. I will be more than happy to even help you myself so feel free to give me a call anytime. Remember an agent will be able to sometimes negotiate a better rental term if the agent is a good professional. My contact info is below if you would like to call me direct and ask any questions.

Sincerely, 
Antonio Sanchez
Exit Realty Search
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
3928 E. Tremont Avenue
CELL: 347-320-0673
FAX:    347-202-4966

SANCHEZEANTONIO@GMAIL.COM

WWW.EXITREALTYSEARCH.COM
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Tue Mar 6, 2012
Trulia asked:
What are some things to be aware of? What are some tips when negotiating a lease?
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
Antonio Sanchez answered:
Hello,

Looking for an apartment in the Bronx is very hard, sometimes you cannot get in contact with a particular property or the agent involved. It is best that you call our office at 347-320-0673. We have a fantastic rental staff and we have over 60 agents that have many rental listings all over the Bronx. I will be more than happy to even help you myself so feel free to give me a call anytime. Remember an agent will be able to sometimes negotiate a better rental term if the agent is a good professional. My contact info is below if you would like to call me direct and ask any questions.

The rent in Hunts Point usually goes anywhere for a 1-2 bedroom between 1000 and 1400 a month.

Sincerely, 
Antonio Sanchez
Exit Realty Search
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
3928 E. Tremont Avenue
CELL: 347-320-0673
FAX:    347-202-4966

SANCHEZEANTONIO@GMAIL.COM

WWW.EXITREALTYSEARCH.COM
... more
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
Not sure what issues you're expecting--most landlords will require a credit check, proof of employment, references, etc.
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Daryl & Briget Urban answered:
Much can happen in two years, you may want to consider the 1 year lease reguardless of trying to lock in a price. Rent prices may drop in 2 years, if they do then you are locked in paying too much. ... more
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Thu Apr 16, 2009
Sdun answered:
A lot depends on who your landlord is. If its a private owner, who you have a good relationship. He may be willing to let you break it, especially if the apartment is rent stabilized and the rent is lower than other apartments. If not think about sub-letting it for the duration of the lease. The landlord cannot turn down a sub-lease provided you can show that the lesee can pay the rent, or for other good reason (like criminal record). You also may not charge more than the cost of rent and utilities. And once the lease is up, you no longer have rights to a rent stabilized apartment because it would not be your primary residence. ... more
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Sat Jun 6, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
How can an apartment be illegal? Unconfirmed of what that statement makes. You can sue anyone if they breached contract need to become very familiar with executed contract and law. Defendant can counter sue you with potential of loss to you. ... more
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