750SF TOWNHOUSE 1 BED WITH PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE AVAIL 9/1 SHOWING TOMORROW 750sf $2375!!!!

Prime Fort Greene, Clinton Hill Price!!!
Adelphi between Greene & Fulton

LEASE BREAK DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS RARE DEAL!!!
This lovely townhouse 1 br is a great deal in the heart of Fort Greene.
It features hardwood floors. high ceilings and a private deck for your enjoyment.
But best of all it’s just a few blocks to Atlantic Center Mall, Barclays arena, Fort Greene Park and BAM.
As well as numerous options for fine dining and entertainment .
Call Now it won’t last long!

Peter-Charles
petercharles@kwnyc.com
347 873 0616

Best of Bushwick! Single Family Townhouse 3 bed (CONV 4) 2 bath. Totally renovated $3662! NO FEE!!!

NO FEE + 1 MONTH FREE!!!

Stunning Single Family Townhouse

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Gorgeous 3 bedroom (convertible 4) / 2 bathroom
50 Eldert Street

Beautiful brand new renovation

Condo like finishes throughout; high ceilings, oak hard wood floors, original fireplace mantles, ceiling moldings, modern lighting detail

4 potential bedrooms; large, spacious, amazing natural light.

Enormous closet space

50 Eldert Street

Bathrooms feature: deep soaking tubs, glass encased showers, double vanities

Kitchen features: Italian marble, stainless steel appliances, white gloss cabinetry, stainless steel trim

50 Eldert Street

Private garden / deck / outdoor space; perfect for grilling, chilling and entertaining

Washer / Dryer / Dishwasher

Pet friendly

Ability to pay your rent via credit card

Quiet tree lined block

J train is 2 blocks away (20 minutes from Manhattan)

1 MONTH FREE.  Net effective monthly rent = $3,662. Gross Rent = $3,995

CONTACT PETER-CHARLES
347 873 0616

What do you want? An unlikely real estate lesson from a Fantasy Football Sports Journalist.

X521Once you run your criteria the market shrinks immensely.
Falling in love with something out of your budget is potentially damning.
Not everybody is motivated purely by financial gain.

 

“I know the price. That’s not what I’m asking. What does he want?

It was a few years ago and, newly engaged, my soon-to-be wife and I were looking for a new home. Having bought (and then sold) two different houses in Los Angeles, I knew one thing for certain: It takes forever. Days upon days of driving around neighborhoods; silently judging potential neighbors; going through strangers’ homes and saying things like, “Well, we’d have to gut the bathroom” or “Come on honey, that big giant moose head is cool”; having potential neighbors silently judging you back … it’s a seemingly endless process that qualifies somewhere between “brutal” and “soul-crushing.”

I was prepared for the worst.

Our realtor, however, quickly shrugged off our concerns. It’ll take an hour. An hour? Yes, he said, an hour. As he pointed out, we had pretty specific parameters: we had my three soon-to-be stepsons to think about, so we needed a house that not only had room for them, but was near their father and didn’t require them to change school systems.

“How many homes do you think are in this city? There’s fewer than 19,000 houses in town, no one is selling because of the economy … there are exactly five, count ‘em, five houses that meet your criteria and price range,” he’d told us.

Could it be that easy? I am the questioning sort, always have been, so I did what I always do (and somehow have managed to make a living doing): I went to my computer and started researching.

He was right. There were five.

But then there was this sixth house that met all of our criteria but had no price listed. And even better, it had been on the market for two years. Maybe they were lowering the price? I asked my realtor about it and he said, yeah … that house is way out of your price range. With three kids, a wife and potentially more kids on the way, price range was very important to us. We have a lot of college to pay for. But I said, “Let’s look at it anyway. You never know.”
…..

When buying a house, the most common question is “What’s the price?” And, if it’s been on the market for a while, it’s “what’s wrong with it?” Those weren’t the questions I asked, because those weren’t the right questions.

Thanks JJP for sending me the article.
Click below for a link to the complete article.

aptcetera phone number

 

 

Yorkville Studio, UES, $1895

Do Not Miss This — Excellent Price and Opportunity!!! Located on one of the most beautiful blocks on the Upper East Side, this exquisite studio is spacious and charming with exposed brick, high ceilings, large windows, a marble bath, hardwood floors throughout and good closet space. Overlooking trees in the courtyard, the apartment is very quiet and receives a lot of light. The brownstone’s exterior is attractive, and the building is immaculately maintained. There are lovely boutiques and restaurants along the block. Call today for a viewing of this incredible apartment!!

Peter-Charles
petercharles@kwnyc.com
347 873 0616

Chelsea Apts for sale FROM 64k!!! NYC and its secrets. PENN SOUTH Lottery.

Penn South is the common name for the Mutual Redevelopment Houses, a limited-equity housing cooperative development located between Eighth and Ninth Avenues and West 23rd and 29th Streets, in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City

Studios start at $64,000 at Penn South — which spans from West 23rd Street to West 29th Street, from Eighth Avenue to Ninth Avenue — while one-bedrooms go for $85,100 to $97,300 and two-bedrooms cost $109,500 to $133,800.

Studios are open to people making up to $82,100, one-bedrooms are open to people making up to $109,500 and two-bedrooms are open to people making up to $150,500. Those who make 50 percent above the income limit are eligible to apply as well, but they will have to pay an additional monthly carrying fee.

After buying the below-market-rate apartment, residents of the co-op only have to pay monthly carrying charges, which range from $459 to $1,010 per month depending on apartment size. You can’t make a profit from selling the apartment, but you get back the money you originally paid to buy it.

MORE INFO HERE!

https://www.pennsouth.coop

Thanks MJ!

How to Keep your Rent-Stabilized Apartment

Far too many people seem to think that a landlord can just kick you out of your rent stabilized apartment because they want more money.  When you are rent controlled (unlikely) or rent stabilized (possible), you have a legal right to a rent that is either frozen (rent control) or subject to a city wide fixed increase determined every year.

The NYC Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) is mandated to establish rent adjustments for the approximately one million dwelling units subject to the Rent Stabilization Law in New York City. The Board holds an annual series of public meetings and hearings to consider research from staff, and testimony from owners, tenants, advocacy groups and industry experts.

But for those of you who may have a greedy landlord, or have a relative who is uninformed, scared, or simply prone to impulsive decision making, please read this article.

http://dnainfo.com/new-york/20140722/chelsea/how-keep-your-rent-stabilized-apartment