Sunday, July 26, 2015

NYC LUXURY SPECIALIST: Antifragility; Confidential Private Sale; Developm...

NYC LUXURY SPECIALIST: Antifragility; Confidential Private Sale; Developm...: Antifragility; Confidential Private Sale; Development Property Or Land If you are seeking to consolidate your commercial property investmen...

Antifragility; Confidential Private Sale; Development Property Or Land (NYC)

Antifragility; Confidential Private Sale; Development Property Or Land
If you are seeking to consolidate your commercial property investment(s) or Land assets. We can make this happen for you. I developed a solid relationship with real estate investment funds. We are only making this opportunity available to high net worth real estate owners such as: Building Owners, Private Equity Investors, Real Estate Developers, & Hedge Funds looking to divest some of their real estate assets in New York, NY who we believe are of the highest quality and integrity.

Remember, antifragility is a must for every commercial property owner and another crucial advantage to IRR is a viable alliance. If I have piqued your interest call today.
To learn more about the type of investment properties our real estate funds are interested in, reply with your contact information (name, email phone, etc.)









Jamie Knuckles
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Commercial Sales & Leasing
BOND New York Properties, LLC
1776 Broadway 19th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
Office: 646-666-2253
Mobile: 347-386-6386
Fax: 646-666-2390
Email: jknuckles@bondnewyork.com

Friday, July 10, 2015

Real Estate Investing $ ROI $ Why Invest in Manhattan Real Estate

Real Estate Investing $ ROI $ Why Invest in Manhattan Real Estate

Living in Manhattan is about more than tapping into one of the world's
cultural and financial centers... It's also proven to be a smart
investment. Owning a slice of the Big Apple is a great way to...

Financial Security
Manhattan real estate is a safe place to put your money. It seems no
matter what happens to the world economy, Manhattan real estate stands
strong. Resilient. Steady.

ROI
Demand for Manhattan real estate is higher than supply. And this will
be true for a long time, thanks to Manhattan Island's boundaries and
the city's strict zoning laws. Plus, New York City's population is
growing rapidly. It has been for years. Everybody wants to live in
Manhattan, which ups the value of your investment.

Diversified Portfolio
Manhattan real estate offers unmatched variety, whether we're talking
neighborhoods, home types, demographics... There's somewhere for
everyone, and there's somewhere for you to invest your money. Let me
help you find it.

I Want to Invest in Manhattan... So What's My Next Move?
Contact me, of course... I'll walk you through it all. I know what you
need to know about Manhattan. Whether you're from in town or out of
town. Let me make you a feasibility report, based on your goals,
interests, and questions.
The most basic question might be... Which is a better investment for
you: brand-new property or a re-sale?
Investing in new buildings is often less expensive. Smaller down
payments, fewer restrictions on buying and selling, lower property
taxes... I have the resources to help you find ways to invest in new
buildings.

The re-sale market also offers variety and value. Re-sales are more
popular than ever. If a re-sale might be your best bet, I'll help you
maximize your investment by taking a look at... Building upkeep and
features, Location, Neighborhood safety, Property quality.


I can be reached at the office: 646-666-2253 Cell: 347-386-6386 

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Booming Gallery Spaces! Bowery Locations Creative, High Traffic!

Booming Gallery Spaces! Bowery Locations Creative, High Traffic!

Seeking a prime Gallery location? We can make this happen for you. The Bowery NYC has some prime Gallery locations available with you and your creative genius in mind. This is a very limited opportunity to get in on this upswing of gallery manifestations in a very artsy and creative surrounding environment.
If this interest you and you want to sell your property asset, please call or email me as soon as possible. I would love the opportunity to position you in your next creative space. Call to schedule a preview of the Bowery Spaces.

Contact: Jamie Knuckles
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Commercial Sales & Leasing
BOND New York Properties, LLC
1776 Broadway 19th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
Office: 646-666-2253
Mobile: 347-386-6386

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

PRIME WEST VILLAGE APARTMENTS PRICED RIGHT! CALL TODAY

PRIME WEST VILLAGE  APARTMENTS PRICED RIGHT! CALL TODAY

APARTMENT FOR RENT 
West Village      
5 Morton Street  
Apt 4A      
1 Bed/ 1Bath
$2,650.00
PETS ARE OK!

This is a brand new renovated one bedroom, 3 flights up, on Morton Street between Bleecker and Bedford St in the West Village!  The apartment features high ceilings, oak floors, crown moulding, recessed lighting, bedroom is dark but quiet and can fit a queen sized bed and furniture, living room is very sunny and quiet.  Beautiful renovation.  Call me for appt.  The apt is vacant.
   
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APARTMENT FOR RENT 
West Village      
50 Carmine Street  
Apt 9      
1 Bed/ 1Bath
$2,795.00

This is a brand new renovated one bedroom, 3 flights up, on Carmine Street between Bleecker and Bedford St in the West Village!! The apartment features high ceilings, oak floors, black granite counters, marble windowed bath, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, exposed brick,2 large closets, the bedroom can fit a queen sized bed. Available for July 1 or 15.  See the pictures on Streeteasy.  Call me for an appointment.      
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APARTMENT FOR RENT 
West Village      
128 Charles Street  
Apt 6    
1 Bed/ 1Bath
$2,650.00
PETS ARE OK!

This is a renovated nice sized 1 bedroom on Charles St and Greenwich St in the West Village!  The apartment is two flights up and features high ceilings, oak floors, exposed brick, small fireplace, two good size closets, both rooms are sunny and face the street.  The bedroom will fit a full sized bed and dresser.  1 or 2 year lease offered at the same rent. Vacant. Great deal!
   
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APARTMENT FOR RENT 
Greenwich Village      
26 West 10th Street  
Apt 3A    
Studio/Loft
$3,750.00

This is a unique beautiful studio/loft in an owner occupied townhouse on West 10th Street between 5th and 6th Ave in Greenwich Village!!  The apartment features high ceilings, parquet oak floors, large windows, architecturally designed kitchen and bath(see pics), huge closets, decorative fireplace and much more. 2 year lease preferred but not required. Available for July 1 move in. NO DOGS OR SMOKERS.  Call me for access.

Jamie Knuckles
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
BOND New York Properties, LLC
1776 Broadway 19th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
Office: 646-666-2253
Mobile: 347-386-6386
Fax: 646-666-2390
   

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Manhattan Buyer's Guide Nuances

 Manhattan Buyer's Guide Nuances

I'm Ready to Buy a Manhattan Apartment... How Much Time Will It Take?
Short answer: anywhere from a month to a year. But I'll break it down into ten steps...

1. Get Mortgage Pre-approval (by Your Bank or Broker)
How long does this take? A day or three...
Know your budget... most condos require at least 10% down. Most co-ops require at least 20%. Budget your down payment and monthly expenses (common charges, real estate taxes, mortgage, repairs, utilities, and so on).
A pre-qualification letter shows how willing your bank is to work with you. It also shows sellers how committed you are to buying a Manhattan home.
Also, it's time to pick a New York City real estate attorney. They'll help with the haggling, plus writing up a contract. They're around to look out for you, so take advantage.

2. Find Your Home

How long does this take? A few months... unless you believe in love at first sight!
The average buyer looks at more than fifteen apartments before finding the right one. Good things take time!
Prioritize... What matters most? Community? Space? Aesthetics? Safety? The view? Amenities? Investment? Building Features? Apartment features? Bathroom features? Kitchen features?
Consider the schools, transportation, entertainment, etc. in your preferred neighborhoods. Look at amenities and rules (Have a washer & dryer? What about pets? Need storage?).
The best way to search is obvious... do legwork. If that's not best for you, we're available to help you search.

3. Negotiate with Owners
How long does this take? A few days (or weeks)
Assessments, fixtures, floors, appliances, fireplaces, washers & dryers, and so on... it's all on the table. Make an oral offer for purchase, followed by a written offer (which formalizes your intention to buy). Your seller might counter-offer. Your turn again!
Remember, we are here to help negotiate.

4. Sign Your Contract
How long does this take? A few weeks
The seller's attorney sends the contract of sale to the buyer's attorney. After due diligence, the buyers sign and forward the contract, plus deposit. The sellers are ready to execute the contract.
Issues to monitor: financing, board approval, and closing date.

5. Apply for Your Mortgage
How long does this take? A month or two
If you're financing, the board will ask for a commitment letter from your lender.
This letter is usually the final piece in a board package or condo application.

6. Prepare Your Condo Application or Co-op Board Package
How long does this take? Anywhere from three to nine weeks
After the contract has been executed, condos ask for an application.
Co-op's expect extra information. Most boards request full financial disclosure (and supporting documentation), employment history, current salary, personal and business references, three years of tax returns, credit history... good thing you've got a checklist.
It might sound like a lot -- remember, we're here to help!

7. Submit Your Condo Application or Co-op Board Package
How long does this take? Under one month
After completion, we'll submit your app to the building's management. They'll review it for completion. Next, it goes to the condo's Board of Directors. After they take a look, they decide if they'd like to meet you.

8. Interview with Co-op Board & Get Approval
How long does this take? Scheduling might take a couple days, but interviews are only an hour or two. Co-op boards meet about once a month. Meetings are usually on weeknights. Board interviews don't necessarily equal approval. We'll make sure you're prepared for your interview... we've done this before.

9. Schedule Your Closing
How long does this take? Almost there! Just a week or so!
Everyone involved agrees on your closing date, time, and location.
This is when final documents are signed... and ownership is transferred.

10. Move In!

It's an involved process. Keep your eyes on the prize... owning Manhattan real estate is a lucrative investment.

Consult with me about your next real estate investment:
Jamie Knuckles
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
BOND New York Properties, LLC
1776 Broadway 19th Fl.
New York, NY 10019
Office: 646-666-2253
Mobile: 347-386-6386
Fax: 646-666-2390