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Mitchell Hall – New York, NY
A native New Yorker, I gained appreciation and knowledge of Manhattan’s different neighborhoods, buildings, architecture, culture and diversity at an early age. My knowledge of each neighborhood’s unique personality is what makes me adept at matching people with properties.
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Check out some recent conversations taking place on Propertyqube. More and more active buyers and sellers are joining Propertyqube every week. Now’s your chance to stand out from the crowd by giving advice!
Question: When buying a new home, what upgrades should I go for? What holds the most value?
Answered by Steve Belt and Mitchell Hall
First Answer: View, square footage, room count, outdoor space and a fireplace add value. High floor without a view doesn’t add value. Appliances can be replaced.
Many of the luxury new construction projects in Manhattan are selling a lifestyle. Unique designs and high end finishes is what distinguishes one building from another in their marketing. [read more]
Question: I made an offer on a house lower than what they were asking my agent said there was no counter offer but i know there was
Answered by Steve Belt and Gene Dexter
First Answer: I would call your agent and tell him/her what you found out. Perhaps the fax was lost, or didn’t make it through. Request your agent to call the listing agent and have the counter offer refaxed over so you can see it. Should be a simple thing if everyone is on the up and up. [read more]