Key New York Real Estate Corp

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Call Key New York Real Estate Agency in NYC. We are founded on being the best not the biggest- (917) 382-2175
  • 39 W 14th St Ste 305

    New York, NY 10011

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  • 212-929-4040

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Honestly, finding an apartment in NYC when you are not FROM NYC is exceedingly *intimidating.* I did the usual "hey I am in my 20s, think I know everything, and can use google + craigslist to take over the world" thing and first tried to find an apartment for my roommate and I online... HA, mistake. It is completely overwhelming... there are a zillion listings and I really couldn't tell what areas, what types of buildings, etc. would work for me (not to mention the fact that I didn't understand what a lot of the listings were talking about in terms of strange fees and what not).

I tried sorting things based on price... by looking at pictures... etc., but after I ended up with a list of well over 50 apartments in my "maybe" bookmarks folder after just a few days of searching, I realized, "wow, I'm getting no where." That's when I decided to give in and go the "old fashion" route by having a "professional" help me. It was a good call.

I got in touch with Key New York and setup an appointment to meet with them in their 303 5th Ave office to go over my requirements, and narrow down my search from 50+ maybes to a handful. I spoke with a guy named Stuart Moss in the office who was very helpful. He cut through a lot of the BS I was seeing on craigslist and what not and help me come up with a realistic list of apartments to go check out. Then I went out to look at my options with a very friendly and helpful agent name Jennifer Friedman. She was super easy-going, knowledgeable about the city, and was totally ok with me playing the "I'm going to ask you a billion questions" game. I'd definitely be comfortable recommending either of them to my friends and family. They were on point and helped make an overwhelming process very straightforward and EASY.

Lesson learned: There is no reason to try and do something as important as finding your new apartment/home on your own; Google is cool... getting real, timely, help from people who actually knew what they were doing is even better ;)

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Honestly, finding an apartment in NYC when you are not FROM NYC is exceedingly *intimidating.* I did the usual "hey I am in my 20s, think I know everything, and can use google + craigslist to take over the world" thing and first tried to find an apartment for my roommate and I online... HA, mistake. It is completely overwhelming... there are a zillion listings and I really couldn't tell what areas, what types of buildings, etc. would work for me (not to mention the fact that I didn't understand what a lot of the listings were talking about in terms of strange fees and what not).

I tried sorting things based on price... by looking at pictures... etc., but after I ended up with a list of well over 50 apartments in my "maybe" bookmarks folder after just a few days of searching, I realized, "wow, I'm getting no where." That's when I decided to give in and go the "old fashion" route by having a "professional" help me. It was a good call.

I got in touch with Key New York and setup an appointment to meet with them in their 303 5th Ave office to go over my requirements, and narrow down my search from 50+ maybes to a handful. I spoke with a guy named Stuart Moss in the office who was very helpful. He cut through a lot of the BS I was seeing on craigslist and what not and help me come up with a realistic list of apartments to go check out. Then I went out to look at my options with a very friendly and helpful agent name Jennifer Friedman. She was super easy-going, knowledgeable about the city, and was totally ok with me playing the "I'm going to ask you a billion questions" game. I'd definitely be comfortable recommending either of them to my friends and family. They were on point and helped make an overwhelming process very straightforward and EASY.

Lesson learned: There is no reason to try and do something as important as finding your new apartment/home on your own; Google is cool... getting real, timely, help from people who actually knew what they were doing is even better ;)

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