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It's just about that time of year when we all put together a laundry list of New Years resolutions. And when you live in New York City, some of those are probably real estate-related.
Below, some realistic and less-than-realistic NYC real-estate resolutions:
Realistic: Limit your real estate porn consumption to two hours per week. Not-so-realistic: Quit looking up the price of your friends' apartments (and your kid's friends' apartments) on StreetEasy.
Realistic: Use your kitchen at least five times a month. Not-so-realistic: Deactivate your Seamless account.
Realistic: Stop bitching to every person you meet about how tiny your apartment is. Not-so-realistic: Get a bigger apartment.
Realistic: To clean up the air on your floor, buy a vaporizer for your weed-loving neighbor. Not-so-realistic: Get your neighbor to stop smoking pot.
Realistic: Finally settle on that less-than-perfect two-bedroom because your family is literally bursting out of your one-bedroom. Not-so-realistic: Find an affordable two-bedroom you all love.
Realistic: Swap out the toilet in your bathroom. Not-so-realistic: Gut renovate your apartment for less than the price of a college education.
Realistic: Go to the Container Store in January to get things in order. Not-so-realistic: Keep things in order past Valentine's Day.
Realistic: Find a broker who's negotiable on the fee. Not-so-realistic: Get your broker's license to avoid paying a fee.
Realistic: Get permission from your landlord to pay your rent a month early when you go on vacation. Not-so-realistic: Get your landlord to upgrade your ancient kitchen appliances, soundproof your windows, and deal with the mouse problem once and for all.
Realistic: Join the co-op board or the house committee. Not-so-realistic: Remember that you're trying to serve the building, not add to the city's homicide rate.