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Friday, 18 March 2011 14:19

No Fee Apartment rentals can cost more

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Looking for an apartment at an affordable price with decent quality in Manhattan can be a time consuming and laborious task. On top of that, landlords may require two months security and the first months rent. Also, landlords in Manhattan who cover part of the brokers fees on their apartments can end up raising the monthly rent to account for the discount.

When a landlord gives an owner paid concession he's going to offset that with with the rent so at days end he receives the same net in his pocket. Owner paid concessions become more common in a soft economy and realize that covering brokers fees is more cost effective than letting apartments sit on the market, therefore renters who are more reluctant to pay a lump sum to a Glossary Link broker may not realize that the fee is spread out over the term of the Glossary Link lease. Also, in this current tight rental market, why possibly spend so much of your free time and energy?

Friday, 18 March 2011 12:13

Tips On Apartment Hunting

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1. Timing is Crucial

The housing market is very competitive, especially for those hard-to-find affordable apartments. Be prepared to make decisions quickly since it is not unusual for units to turnover in a single day. Start your search no earlier than four weeks before your desired move-in date and be flexible by a week or two with your plans. Make apartment hunting your life for two or three weeks - that should be enough time to get familiar with the market and what you are looking for.

Tuesday, 13 November 2007 11:00

When will the Real Estate Bubble Burst?

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News of a bursting bubble and increasing Glossary Link foreclosure rates is daily fare in reports of the American real Glossary Link estate market - unless it's New York City's market that's being discussed.

Then the picture seems oddly stable; some would even say sunny for the foreseeable future. The average sale price for a home in the city climbed to $782,000 in the third quarter of 2007, an increase of 20 percent from the same period in 2006, according to figures released yesterday by the Real Estate Board of New York.

New York City is still considered a cool place to be, and everybody wants a part of it. "Unless banks stops lending we [the local real estate market) is not going to fall. There are a number of factors contributing to the city's seeming immunity fro Nm the national real estate crisis.