Did you know that over 100 renters contacted me for my co-op rental listing at 317 East 3rd Street? While only one group ended up with the apartment, the other 99 are still possibly looking.
The spring rental market is crazy, especially in the under $3,000 price point for a two bedroom. Many renters think there is no value to a rental broker. I hope I can change your mind in a few bullet points.
IN SUMMARY: If you could find ONE agent you trust who will show you EVERYTHING on the market in your price-point would you choose that over going on a wild goose chase?
A dedicated rental agent will do all the chasing and make sure you see the maximum number of places that fit your requirements. To me its a no-brainer which is why I was so compelled to email you!
All real estate agents are 100% commission. Therefore they are incentivized to show you the maximum number of places and help you find an apartment that fits your needs.
The majority of my business is focused on sales (helping buyers find their dream home and sellers maximize their sales value) but I am happy to take you out and show you everything in your price point if you:
Also, if you plan on living in new york for more than 3 years, and your parents could help you with a down payment, I would also consider buying. There are very cute properties in Brooklyn Heights (prime brooklyn) and Upper East/Upper West that are under $400,000.
Hope to hear from you, even if its to say hi!
Danielle Nazinitsky - NYC's First Socially Responsible Real Estate Agent