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northzax Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-13-07 02:00 PM
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12. a large percentage of those condos
are being bought by foreigners. Sure, prices keep going up, but if you get paid in Pounds, New York is a hell of a lot cheaper than London.
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  -Manhattan Ave. Rent: $2,000 a Month, for a Studio Herman Munster  Jul-13-07 01:43 PM   #0 
  - Everyone I know in the Big Apple lives ...  JacquesMolay   Jul-13-07 01:43 PM   #1 
  - I do too.......  OneMoreDemocrat   Jul-13-07 01:53 PM   #6 
  - And the rich get richer and the poor...  Ron_Green   Jul-13-07 01:45 PM   #2 
  - And very few of those thousands who are relocating to Manhattan can actually afford it.  BurtWorm   Jul-13-07 01:45 PM   #3 
  - wonder where all the pieces will land when the bubble bursts?  wildhorses   Jul-13-07 01:48 PM   #4 
  - a large percentage of those condos  northzax   Jul-13-07 02:00 PM   #12 
     - You're right about that.  BurtWorm   Jul-13-07 02:22 PM   #21 
  - This makes me glad I have a mortgage  demnan   Jul-13-07 01:49 PM   #5 
  - Even if you can afford the rent  ben_meyers   Jul-13-07 01:53 PM   #7 
  - Yikes!  CottonBear   Jul-13-07 01:55 PM   #8 
  - I live in a studio in Manhattan and my rent is $1000 a month  Zensea   Jul-13-07 01:55 PM   #9 
  - Rent-controlled?  BlooInBloo   Jul-13-07 01:57 PM   #11 
  - Nope  Zensea   Jul-13-07 02:02 PM   #13 
     - And stabilized goes up every one or two years depending on lease.  aquart   Jul-13-07 02:09 PM   #14 
     - Ah. Rent-stabilized.  BlooInBloo   Jul-13-07 02:09 PM   #15 
     - I'm not saying it's a cake walk though!!  Zensea   Jul-13-07 02:19 PM   #17 
     - My Mom's rent in Chelsea was $400 a month in 1993  HockeyMom   Jul-13-07 02:20 PM   #18 
     - The good old days ...  frazzled   Jul-13-07 02:22 PM   #20 
  - No parking tickets, no street cleaning hustle, no having to dig it  Warpy   Jul-13-07 02:17 PM   #16 
  - Not sure if that's better or worse than Palo Alto.  BlooInBloo   Jul-13-07 01:56 PM   #10 
  - That sucks, but you gotta understand two things...  TreasonousBastard   Jul-13-07 02:21 PM   #19 
  - I wonder what the rent would be for  Catchawave   Jul-13-07 02:36 PM   #22 
  - Wow - I hope utilities are included! nt  Vinca   Jul-13-07 02:45 PM   #23 
 

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