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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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Go Home NY: Who We Are

Finding a place to live in New York can sometimes feel like a shot in the dark. Obviously, you can view an apartment, and hear the shpiel from the broker or the landlord, but how do you know you’re getting the real story? How many times do you find yourself thinking, “Wow, I wish I would have known this before ...

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