Condo Posts

Tomorrow is the big day !!!!

Dear Ambassadors, family and friends,

Tomorrow is the big day launching my book, “HOW TO BUY A CONDO IN NYC” on Amazon. It is already up on the site.

It is very important to be ranked well (and seen by others). In order to do that I need to have as many visits ordering the book within a short period of time after the launch.

The book is free for the next 3 days. Please visit the site and get your copy and tell everyone you know to go onto Amazon and get it while they can at no cost.

It is also very important to have many honest reviews as possible. Attached are step by step instructions on how to visit the site and leave a review.

I thank you all for your support and enthusiasm!!!!

Sincerely,

Phil Lavender

How to leave a kindle review- How to buy a condo in NYC

 

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Another stupid meme and some info . . . .


We are expecting the book to be finalized in the next day or so and will be sending out copies shortly. If you wish to receive a free copy and have not already done so, please go to www.gocondo.nyc and sign up (providing us with your email). I really appreciate everyone’s support.-Thanks, Phil

Another stupid meme . . .

Go to gocondo.nyc for a free copy of my book in exchange for an honest review on Amazaon. -Thanks

 

Another stupid meme . . . .

Go to http://www.gocondo.nyc to sign up for a free copy of my book, “How to buy a condo in NYC” in exchange for an honest review on Amazon.

WE ARE TARGETING A NOVEMBER 1ST LAUNCH DATE!

Another stupid meme . . .

go to http://www.gocondo.nyc for a free copy of my book, “How to buy a condo in NYC” in exchange for an honest review on Amazon.

Long Island’s new urban condo wave on the upswing — The Real Deal New YorkHome Page – The Real Deal New York

Watchcase in Sag Harbor From the Long Island Market Report: Older homeowners downsizing and younger couples moving from the city have fueled a recent surge in the number of Long Island condominium projects and their trend toward city-style designs and amenities, according to developers and brokers. An analysis of attorney general filings for condo projects…

via Long Island’s new urban condo wave on the upswing — The Real Deal New YorkHome Page – The Real Deal New York

Should you forego inspections when buying a condo unit or coop apartment ?

home inspection check list for ceiling and wallsIt depends on your comfort level. The reason why you get an inspector when purchasing a coop or a condo is to try to determine, not only the current physical condition of the unit but also the general condition of the building’s structure, mechanical systems and common area. Problems with any of which, could potentially lead to future increases in monthly common charges/maintenance or assessments. These issues may not come up when reviewing the minutes of the board (if a cooperative) and may not be in the offering plan if not the initial offering from the building’s sponsor. Even then, you never know. If you decide to forego an inspection, assume a worst case scenario when contemplating to buy a unit. Even then, you can never anticipate everything.

Roll of the dice