This Brick Roslyn Heights Hi-Ranch features 4 Spacious Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Living Room, Formal Dining Room and Eat in Kitchen. This Home Includes Full, Finished Basement with Playroom, Office and Laundry Room! Visit CarolloRealEstate.com for more information
This Detached Cape In Whitestone Needs TLC But Has Great Potential. Home Features 2 Br, 1 Full Bath, Lr, Fdr, Eik, A Full Finished Basement, Attached Garage And Private Driveway All On An Oversized 40X135 Lot!!! Visit CarolloRealEstate.com for more information
This Detached Frame 2 family Colonial in Whitestone features TWO Bright and Sunny apartments! On the first floor a beautiful 3 BR apt with full bath LR, DR and EIK while the second floor boasts a 2 BR apt with full bath LR DR and EIK. This home also features a f.f. basement with sep entrance and a 2 car det garage all sitting on a 91x63 lot! Visit CarolloRealEstate.com for more information
The NYTimes.com recently featured an interesting article: Dead Co-op Issue Gets a Second Life, which discusses the issue of holders of unsold shares. According to the state court decision in 2005, holders of unsold shares had been designated and identified, however those who enjoy holder status are bound to be limited and in some cases denied that status if the ruling is overturned. The issue is extremely important because holders of unsold shares enjoy certain priviledges, such as, not paying flip tax or sublet fees, or selling or subleting without board approval.
According to the real estate feature World's Most Overpriced Real Estate Markets on Forbes.com real estate markets around the world have become more unaffordable and overpriced and outside the reach of most buyers. This article determines the affordability of real estate property throughout the world by calculating the "annualized rate of return on a property based on annual cash flows derived from renting and adjusted for capital gains tax, transaction fees, operating costs and maintenance, appreciation and inflation." Among the most overpriced markets are Monaco, Rome and for North America: Los Angeles and Vancouver.
According to the real estate article: Manhattan’s Real Estate Slump That Wasn’t featured on NYTimes.com, Manhattanites are waiting for the reversal in real estate that will never come. Despite falling prices throughout the country, the Manhattan real estate has stayed strong. In the second half of 2006, buyers swarmped the market. By this June, it is evident that their is an enormous gap between the rest of the country and the Manhattan market.
According to the real estate feature Best And Worst U.S. Housing Markets on Forbes.com national housing prices have continued to slide since last quarter, dropping over 1.5% over last year, according to the latest report submited by the National Association of Realtors. However, there is good news, nearly two-thirds of the country's largest cities: median house sale prices have risen. Furthermore, economists attribute the cities' slumping numbers to the country's mortgage crisis. They argue that the most vulnerable to the risk loans faulted last quarter which posted the price improvements that could be responsible for boosting their markets.
A True One of a Kind! This MUST SEE Tudor Style Duplex Co-op in North Flushing features 2 BR, 2 Full Bath, a Spacious LR with fireplace, Kitchen with W/D, & DW, W/W Carpeting and Plenty of Street Parking! Unit is also Pet Friendly and features a Maintenance of $680 which includes heat and hot water!