There are great areas in NYC for you to consider. I am a New York native & I will be happy to show them to you. Please contact me directly and we can discuss your needs.
All the best,
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First of all...ask for a written marketing plan that outlines specifically all they will do to market the property. Interview several Realtors, but only let in those with a written marketing plan.
If you don't like someone, don't hire them...you will have to work closely with them and will need a relationship that is built on trust.
Compare the marketing analyses they provide for you (make sure they include written copies of the recently sold comps).
See how knowledgeable they seem...do they explain the market to you? Do they explain about mortgage contingency clauses and how they will affect the appraisal and ultimately the mortgage commitment of the buyer?
You can also ask Realtors outside of Manhattan if they have knowledge of anyone they would be willing to refer...referrals put a big onus on the listing agent to perform at top notch...or expect not to get any future referrals.... more
Depending on your budget, check out Brooklyn - Park Slope, Brooklyn Heights and areas along Court Street - all a quick shot into lower Manhattan. On the Jersey side, Hoboken or Jersey City. If you've got the money, there is nothing like Manhattan - and so many choices, depending on budget (most of all) and lifestyle.
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jeffrey, I am getting prices from 600 to 1000 per sq foot. It depends when the bldg was built, what the bldg has to offer , is it a tax abated bldg? and many other factors to be able to give you a good answer . Also hard to get financing if a building is not 70% sold, I would need more specifics to give you a " good buy and price per sq foot". Good Luck Carol Friedman Nest Seekers International... more
Are you sure it's a co-op? There are 5 residential buildings on Nassau St. that are not rental. Three are co-op and two are condo. I am thinking you are talking about 150 Nassau, because 65 doesn't have active listings, 71 doesn't have any of this size, 140 and 145 Nassau don't have any active sales, but 150 has several active ones that are large. However, 150 is a condo not a co-op. When you buy in a condo, you don't need board approval. The board has what is called the right of first refusal. They have a right to have you do an application and provide info, but they can't turn you down because if they were to turn you down they would have to purchase it. What you are looking for rather than board acceptance is a waiver of the right of first refusal.
I would recommend you have a professional agent represent you and present your offer and negotiate for you. Many deals are falling through these days for all sorts of reasons, so best to have a pro on your side. Which building is it? I can give you more information on it if you want to let me know which one it is.
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The Financial District is the southern most point of Manhattan. I personally have lived there and I think the place is amazing, Many news papers have dubed the Financial District (FiDi) the new 5th Ave. Post 911 the FIDI was desolate and many people got out of FiDi. Now it is the total exact opposite. You have so many high end designer buildings popping up everywhere. The FiDi is no longer "coming along"... It has arrived........ more
I have never heard the term LOA. I am assuming it is Letter of Acceptance. If I have a customer who is making an offer, we submit the LOI first. We negotiate terms and then it goes straight to contract. If you are doing a Letter of Acceptance, it would come after LOI and negotiations.... more
I would most strongly recommend that you contact Michael Rossi at firstname.lastname@example.org. His cell is 914-954-1695. We don't do work in Manhattan, however if we did, I would only go to Michael. He really knows the market from an investment view point.
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Good luck and please tell Michael to give you a great deal and he can share the referral check with you!
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There are 179 new developements in Lower manhattan, 19 in the Financial district area. An average price per square foot in the downtown area is $1,259.00 but the financial district's prices are higher. It's difficult to give you an exact number because when a developement just starts selling, prices are different then when they have sold already more then half. I checked some 6 developments and my average was around $1550 per square foot.
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This is really the kind of thing you'd get a local agent to do for you. As an NYC agent, my database shows me historical rental prices downtown, but I have no idea if you're interested in the price of a one-bedroom or of a four-bedroom.
I also have no idea if you're renter or a landlord (or landlady). If you're a landlord, any agent will be happy to tell you what your place should rent for in exchange for the ability to show the apartment, because that agent can then charge a fee and make some money on the deal.
If you're a renter and want to make sure you're not being overcharged, start with a full-service doorman building in the area such as 2 Gold -- where one-bedrooms are going for from $3,200 to $3,400 a month -- and then compare what you're looking at in terms of size, amenities, etc. I'm sorry I can't be more specific, but since the inventory ranges from old-style lofts with video intercom security to new doorman condos, I can't price it without telling what building and unit you're talking about.
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Oh man, what a question. The easy answer is the 50th floor of a luxury condo in Manhattan. But if I had to give recommendations there are 2 great options for downtown Manhattan commuters: Staten Island and Brooklyn - Brooklyn being the head and shoulders preferred pick.
Brooklyn gives you the best of city living: Restaurants, Culture, Safety, 24 hour conveniences and xcelent public transport.... more