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Ready to Buy a Co-op in NYC?

Here's part two of a three-part series on tips and advice from real estate agent and expert Renée Fishman. 

So you've worked out your numbers and figures and know what you want to spend. Now you're ready to look for the perfect place that works for you. The chart above gives a quick overview of the buying process. Every stage of buying a co-op is fairly involved (and more detailed than what's shown above), so make sure you're communicating with your real estate broker through the entire process.

If you're looking, good luck with your search!

See the rest of the series: part one and part three.

INFO: Renée Fishman | Vice President Halstead Property, LLC | 212.381.2392 | email

Renée Photo Credit: Nico Arellano

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