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
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!
Visit 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. – Thanks
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.
I am now at the point where I am asking all of my friends and family for some assistance (no I have not lost my wallet in another country).
I am looking to assemble a group of people who are willing to get a free copy of my book, read it and post an honest review on Amazon prior to the official launch of the book. The reason why that is so important is that the more reviews I get on Amazon, the more visible my book will be once the launch takes place in approximately 30 days. Of course feel free to spread the word to other people.
To be part of my street team, go to http://gocondo.nyc/ and sign in on my email list. Once it is finished (finally!), everyone will get a free copy of the enhanced version of the book accompanied with the a check list which will be integrated with the book. Each Ambassador will also be entitled to take part in a group Q&A session monitored by me.
Many of my clients are purchasers of condominiums in New York City. These clients have a lot questions and concerns about what to expect and what needs to be done during the process. These unknowns can turn what should be a very exciting and joyous process into a stressful and nerve wracking experience.
In an attempt to alleviate the overwhelm, I have written a pretty comprehensive guide to purchasing a condominium in NYC. This book explains what purchasers should expect and look for during the process with a detailed check list.
Not having done this before, I am told that the correct book cover is very very important. I need everyone’s help in choosing a cover for the book before the official launch.
PLEASE LOOK AT THE NUMBERED SAMPLE BOOK COVERS AND LET ME KNOW WHICH ONE YOU LIKE AND IF THERE IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD CHANGE ABOUT IT.
It 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.