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I lived here from the ages of 8 to 18 and my mother still lives here. The property is beautiful! ...

The price of living almost dropped off a star, but the neighborhood is just too good to pass up. Astoria ...

This is one of my favorite buildings. It's in a great location, Columbia students can walk to school, bus stop ...

This High-rise Coop is full service and is one of Greenwhich Village's desirable coop residences. The building is characterized by ...

I have been in the building a couple of tkmes. This is a beautiful prewar, elevator rental building just adjacent ...

221 East 33rd Street is between Third and Second Avenues. It borders Manhattan’s Murray Hill and Kips Bay Neighborhoods. Built ...

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We started GoHomeNY after having our ups and downs with living in NYC buildings. Everyone who has lived in NYC or is thinking about living in the city has experienced the same. We found an apartment in a small building in a trendy neighborhood and thought we had found the perfect place: great layout, low carrying costs, small boutique-y feel. After we moved in, we found out there was no insulation, under-powered heat and cooling, and worst of all a leaking roof. Thousands of dollars in assessments later we decided we did not want to go through this experience again, and wanted others to have a resource to find out all the positives and negatives about a building before making a rental or purchasing commitment. As a result, we started GoHomeNY.com.

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What is the State of the Market?

Written by: Robert Varvara at The Corcoran Group One question we get asked frequently as Real Estateprofessionals is, “what is the state of the market”? The truth is we are in reset mode, where buyers and sellers aretrying to discover what value really is. The downturn has hit every facet ofthe market from $500,000 Co-ops to $10,000,000 Condos and it ...

Repairs in NYC: A Run-Down

During the course of your residency in any NYC apartment, the time will probably come when something breaks, and needs to be repaired or replaced. Asking the landlord to do apartment maintenance is one of those facts of life of renting in New York. Usually, landlords will make reasonable repairs upon request, and everybody can go on with business as ...

Air Conditioning 101: What NYC Renters Need to Know

Malory Wood, with The Missing Ink As the seasons change and we enter spring, temperatures are on the rise. It is time to put away the heaters and pull out the air conditioners. New York City is famed for its historic buildings, and air conditioning units are the main way NYC tenants stay cool. We’ve devised an air conditioning guide ...

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