Category: Community Living

Buying & Selling
1995 Oct Deciding on a Broker

Unlike most places in America, Manhattan does not have a multiple listing service, a directory that outlines all the properties currently for sale in a given region. Instead, New Yorkers rely on real estate brokers to get the word out that …

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Buying & Selling
1995 Oct How Low Can You Go?

In June 1992, the board of directors of a 160-unit co-op in Port Chester, New York made the same decision that countless boards have made before and since: They rejected the proposed sale of an apartment within their property. However, in…

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Buying & Selling
1995 Jul/Aug Buying an Apartment the '90s Way

The electronic age has reached the New York real estate market, bringing new ways of buying and selling apartments. Instead of spending weekends and evenings visiting real estate brokers and traipsing through neighborhoods looking for the…

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Buying & Selling
1995 Feb Get That Mortgage!

Despite today's relatively low interest rates, it's not always easy to get financing. Lenders are more cautious because of the problems they incurred in the '80s, and banks and other institutions are more stringent than ever about the qua…

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Buying & Selling
1995 Dec/Jan Look Before You Leap

If you've been apartment shopping, you may think you know everything there is to know about the unit you've got your eye on. The price is right, the space is in excellent shape and there's room to spare. Generally, you get a good feeling …

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