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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Douglas Cobb answered:
Rodrigo
Contact me I have tons of apts that fit your needs. 646.812.7164.
Douglas Cobb
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Sat Dec 22, 2012
Michael Liew answered:
Tom,

What are you looking for specifically and what areas? What is your budget and are you financing this with a mortgage? Do you need a positive cash flow from this?
Please let me know when you have a chance.
Thanks
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Sat Dec 22, 2012
Jenet Levy answered:
Kathy,
I have just looked in the agent database and there is no such property listed. I would suggest you use an experienced agent to help you. We have access to the agent database, which is the most legitimate and up to date. We can also help you through all the steps of buying. The listing agent works for the seller, not you. You should have someone working on your behalf to protect your interests.

Best,
Jenet Levy
Halstead Property, LLC
jlevy@halstead.com
212 381-4268
http://jenetlevy.halstead.com
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Sun Jun 17, 2012
Jackson- Lieblein Team answered:
what is your budget? in what are in NYC?
I do have some furnished rental
let me know
wendyj@nestseekers.com
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Mon Sep 9, 2013
Aileen-Manhattan-NYC answered:
Wed Mar 19, 2008
Jesse C. Turnquist answered:
Debbie,
You will probably have to pay your broker the difference in lock period...typically .125% of the loan amount but can vary depending on the investor where they sent the loan. You should talk to them about your concerns. Feel free to contact me if you are having difficulty communicating clearly with your broker. ... more
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Sat Dec 22, 2012
Aileen-Manhattan-NYC answered:
Rachel,

Yes, it is. Coop boards hold great discretion in whom they select to be their neighbors. Not only are the financial viability of the applicants considered, but the relative close proximity and interaction each neighbor has with each other is taken into consideration. I've heard rumors of applicants being turned down for having large pets, for social reasons, because the applicant is purchasing for investment only, or because the applicants gave the impression that they'll be difficult or have horrible personalities. Each board is different in their standards, but the interview process is "par for the course". Condos are an attractive alternative for many first-time home buyers, buyers with a sketchy credit history or buyers that don't want the intrusion into their personal and financial lives. The benefit of coops are that that a buyer tends to (generally) get more square footage for their money and the coop community is stable and financially viable. ... more
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