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Unique. Modern. Airy. Bright.
These are all words we want to be able to use when describing our home. Often we think that if we find a co-op for sale in Queens with all of those attributes, we won’t be able to use the words “affordable” or “convenient.”
Well in the case of this amazing Forest Hills co-op for sale, we’d be wrong. You CAN use all of those words, and more, to describe a co-op that you won’t believe until you see it with your own eyes!
You’ll find this dream come true at 100-11 67th Rd, Forest Hills, NY 11375. The building itself is bright and clean, with a lush lobby.
This one of a kind co-op for sale in Forest Hills has an abundance of sunlight. Spacious and with a clean, modern aesthetic, it also offers a private changing area as well as three large closets.
The kitchen is bright and roomy with gorgeous countertops and a tile floor. Enjoy your morning coffee basking in the warmth of the sun beside either of the 2 windows. Plenty of cabinet space!
The bathroom is cheerful with an adorable vanity.
The building laundry facilities are enormous, modern, and brightly lit.
This exquisite studio co-op for sale in Forest Hills is mere steps from the train. Gorgeous and affordable, you will not believe your eyes! Make an appointment today because this gem will be snatched up quickly!
Quiet Forest Hills boasts safe streets and some of the best schools in the City. Convenient to both the LIRR and the E & F Express lines, you’re never far from Manhattan. Yet, you may never find reason to go there! Trendy Austin Street boasts some of the best boutique shopping in Queens. You could spend a day strolling through the shops.
China Daily recently posted this article about the influence of feng shui on property buying decisions made by Chinese buyers. The article cited a high end Manhattan condominium building that brought in an interior designer specifically to incorporate feng shui elements in a bid to woo buyers from China.
The move was a success, with almost all of the available condominiums selling after the feng shui elements were in place. Several respected real estate business professionals are quoted in the article discussing the influence of feng shui in the Chinese community, and how it affects real estate purchases.
Exit Kingdom Realty’s own agent Susan Wu is one of the respected professionals quoted. Susan stated "I definitely believe that the feng shui aspects matter in deals.” She went on to add "That's a typical question I ask my clients, and 8 out of 10 Chinese or Asian-Americans care. Even if some of them don't, their parents who help with the purchase will, which ultimately affects the purchasing process."
EXIT Kingdom Realty is an independently owned and family operated business. We specialize in homes and apartments for sale and rent throughout Brooklyn and Queens. We have two convenient locations – EXIT Realty Landmark in the Flatiron District of Manhattan and EXIT Kingdom Realty in Forest Hills, Queens.
Contact us today and allow us to welcome you home!
What is a walk-through? What is its purpose? Is it important or just a formality? Can it be used to re-negotiate the terms of the contract at the last minute? Let's look.
Typically the buyer just before settlement conducts a final walk-through. The idea is to be sure the seller is delivering the home to the buyer in the condition they agreed to under the terms of their contract. Therefore it includes checking on anything the contract says about the condition of the property.
One requirement often seen in contracts about the condition of the home at time of settlement and possession by the new owner is that it will be "in substantially the same condition" as on the date of the contract. Another frequent requirement is that it will be "broom clean." Still another is that all the working parts of the home (such as heating and cooling systems, plumbing, appliances that convey, electrical systems, etc.) be "in normal working order."
Sometimes contracts and addenda to them require things like new carpeting to be installed, gutters to be cleaned out, and HVAC systems to be "professionally serviced and filters changed."
Read Your Contract
It's a good idea for both buyer and seller to review their contract paying attention to what is said about the condition in which the home will be delivered. Those are the things that should get attention at the walk-through.
While walk-throughs are a formality of closing or settlement, they are not something you should take lightly. This is your chance to get any problems straightened out.
EXIT Kingdom Realty is an award winning brokerage that has been serving Queens County for 25 years. With over 120 agents and associate brokers we have one of the most diverse and productive brokerages in the region. Contact us today, we’d love to help.