Your NYC buying, selling, and ownership questions
Is it a red flag if a developer has failed multiple building inspections as you go to close on your apartment? What if there's no Certificate of Occupancy? What are you signaling as a buyer if you offer the asking price on a place right now? What does it mean when brokers talk about "price discovery"? Here at Brick Underground, we love answering your New York City real estate questions and in this episode of the podcast we do just that.
As the vaccine rollout proves successful and the city’s revival gets underway, many buyers are feeling a real sense of urgency to take advantage of the current market. In this episode of the podcast host Emily Myers is joined by Allison Chiaramonte, an agent at Warburg Realty, and attorney Shaun Pappas, a partner at Starr Associates, to help answer some of your most pressing questions on buying, selling, and owning in NYC right now.
The discussion considers questions on bidding wars, pricing strategies, new development deals and whether or not a commercial space in a residential building should be considered a liability, based on the year we have just been through.
As always, the podcast explores your housing issues so you can better navigate the market, find a deal, make sense of the legal jargon, and stay one step ahead of the competition whether you’re renting or buying.
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