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Rental Basics in Lower East Side : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
No, but it is advised as it cuts out any possible erros or pointing of the finger.
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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Abigail Bacani answered:
When one's income or credit rating do not meet a landlords requirements (in Manhattan income qualification typically 40-50x the rent), a landlord may opt to take the applicant if he/she has a guarantor. If one is also a new hire, a landlord may request one as well. Guarantor financial requirements are more demanding with standards 80-100x the rent. Excellent credit is a must. Since landlord dictate their own preferences, some only take NY residents, and some Tri-state (NY/NJ/CT) ... more
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Wed May 29, 2013
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Lana Parker answered:
Hi, if you invest in a condo, it can be done very quickly with no board approval. If you are going to invest downtown in a condo, it can be done extremely quickly if you have financing already set up. It all depends on which building you are looking to purchase. Do you have a place in mind? You can call me at anytime. 917-254-9769 ... more
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