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Whether you are about to purchase your first apartment, have just started your career as a real estate agent, have recently been rejected by a co-op board or are just curious about the co-op approval process, this informative (and at times hilarious) book is an invaluable addition to your toolkit. Passing the Co-op Interview contains practical advice from the author's experience as a real estate broker, as well as the experiences of other knowledgeable individuals, including co-op owners, board members, attorneys, and other real estate agents. This book will increase your odds of passing the board and will make the whole co-op purchasing experience tolerable, if not enjoyable.
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"This is absolutely excellent. My law partner and I will definitely advise our co-op purchasing clients to read this - and memorize it!"Erica Bell, Weiss, Buell, and Bell
"Jim is a true advocate for his clients and we cannot imagine a better broker. We would gladly recommend his services to our family and friends and strongly encourage you to hire him to sell your home."Susan Nakamura, Brooklyn home seller
"Jim gave us excellent advice, worked well with our co-op board, and best of all, he was effective. He never stopped working for us until he closed the deal!"Court Harson, Brooklyn co-op seller
"Your book was extremely helpful to me during the due diligence phase. Especially with looking into co-op board rules and getting an early jump on preparing my reference letters."Dave Marcus, film editor, co-op buyer
Jim Winters is the publisher and primary writer for the website, fromthestoop.com. He started the blog to share his real estate experience, give advice, and, at times, air his frustrations about parking in New York City. Jim currently works as a licensed associate real estate broker in Brooklyn. His clients know him as a straight shooter, who tells it like it is. His combination of honesty, integrity, and grit is rare in the real estate business. As one customer put it, “Jim’s approach to working as a real estate broker is absolutely novel by New York standards.” For 25 years now, Jim has called Brooklyn his home and currently resides in Crown Heights with his wife Julia, their two children and two dogs. He can be reached by e-mail through the website fromthestoop.com or you might find him in the morning along Eastern Parkway walking some combination of children and dogs.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1490416765